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play music in a public place and solicit money for it

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ONE of the country's top tribute bands will be taking to the stage at this year's Busk Idol final in Stockton.
Busk has received widespread support for its aims, which include;
Effective immediately, Doug Busk has been promoted to manager of CIMStudio.
Busk admitted he didn't know what to expect as a full-time Red Cross worker.
Neil Scales, chief executive of Merseytravel, said: "The talent performing at Busk Idol was certainly varied.
Busk At The Dock launches this August Bank Holiday weekend and will introduce live music on a regular basis at four designated outdoor busking areas across the dock at the Anchor Courtyard, Gower Street, Hartley Bridge and the bus stops near to The Pumphouse, starting at the end of the summer.
And they also get inquiries from as far afield as Hong Kong and Canada for the simple reason that there is no other organisation quite like Busk anywhere in the world - because it was set up by, and for, parents.
The more you busk, the more you are aware of the huge issue of homelessness," says the 28-year-old.
A CANCER patient whose family has been ravaged by the disease is on the hunt for musicians and performers to take part in a record-breaking charity busk.
The cards have been given to the first buskers to register for the permit-style scheme - including Jake Holt, winner of the Busk Idol competition that Stockton Council ran earlier in the year.
Although they wanted a venue which could add a closeness to the audience, it was chosen by the band as they used to busk outside there before they were signed to a major record label.
STUDENTS from the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA) took to the streets of the city centre to busk for shoppers.
I used to busk, too, and have got to know Norman over the years.
There's a little alley I used to busk, near a lot of homeless people, and sometimes I woke them up.