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play music in a public place and solicit money for it

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The multi-instrumentalist busks outside Boots a couple of times a week in between his other work as a private music teacher and member of six bands.
Chloe Castro, who busks in Durham, previously appeared BBC1's The Voice.
Bagpiper Will Daniel, 39, who busks on Union Street, yesterday welcomed the move, saying it would rid the streets of talentless performers.
Carl Barat, formerly of the Libertines, often busks in London for charity.
ONGOING: Norman Evans MBE, above, who busks for charity
PLAY ON: Myra Bennett busks in the underpass at Lime Street station, with community artist Alan Murray
Pecker, who busks at all the big GAA matches including the recent Munster Hurling Final, said he was very upset by the incident.
The Sklorenkos huddled with Flexsteel and decided to tap the Indianapolis area, with the blessing of the Busks, who did not operate that far south.