Busk Break: 37 Plays “Gnarley N’awlins”

Chicago-based busker “37” performed an early-ish set in front of Malaprop’s earlier this week. She doesn’t have a website, so this may just be your only chance to hear her original tune “Gnarley N’awlins.”

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4 thoughts on “Busk Break: 37 Plays “Gnarley N’awlins”

  1. Dionysis

    I tried to listen to the whole 1:55 seconds, but gave up at 1:00. I truly hope she has another source of income.

  2. boatrocker

    C’mon people, you’re being way too hard on her. This is what every singer-songwriter who moves to Asheville sounds like before she suckers every local picker into joining her band and going on tour playing every coffee house from here to Spokane for peanuts. Mark my words.

    Steve S. is the Alan Lomax of the digital age and will someday receive a posthumous ethnomusicology degree from AB Tech.

  3. [b]Steve S. is the Alan Lomax of the digital age and will someday receive a posthumous ethnomusicology degree from AB Tech.[/b]

    I can dream. I can dream.

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