I’d seen a few headlines on various websites regarding a brilliant classical musician (who I’d honestly never heard of) disguised as a street musician playing in a Washington DC train station, but I hadn’t stopped to read them. Today, I saw a link to the article again, and stopped to read it… and I’m glad.
You should read it too.
i think that is interesting. and to be honest, I would probably notice him and might even drop a dollar in. but i probably wouldn’t stop long.
I’d like to think that I’d stop, but really it would depend on how late I’m running. And since I’m usually running late, I probably wouldn’t stop long.
I don’t think I would have noticed. I watched the videos, and the music really didn’t appeal to me. Now, if he had busted out some Charlie Daniels…
Blasted firewall’s kept me from watching the videos. But I’m a sucker for a violin, so I’m relatively sure I’ll like it.
where the eggs local? and by local i mean from the vicinity near the faboo radiactive materials?
i miss the edit button.
You can’t edit your comments? Hrm. This makes me want to experiment.
hmm. i seem to have posted in the wrong spot. weird.
Jaim-o what are you doing?
still trying to figure out this blasted web 2 point 0 thing-a-ma-jig. its difficult for us old timers.
Unless you’re one of those hippies that think blogs are web 2.0 by default ;)
i really enjoyed that article. and …i’d like to think i would stop. infact. i’m pretty sure i would stop. especially since he was so good. i have a hard time understanding how so many people just walked right by him. but i guess people who have a great appreciation for that type of music are in the minority. the article brought up some really good points though. :)