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(ancient name—Buzhsk or Bazhs’k), a city (since 1940); administrative center of Busk Raion, L’vov Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Located on the Bug River 5 km from the Krasne railroad station on the Kiev-L’vov highway. Population, 6, 100 (1968). There are food-processing enterprises (a creamery and brewery) in Busk. Building materials are produced there. Busk has been known since 1097.

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The buskers involved in the project were aged between 14-20, including Sam Olyott, Daisy Gill, Katie Johnson and Toby Falla, and together they provided vocals, guitar, keys, cello, beat box and drums.
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Other highlights include fake psychic Ian Montford and glittering line up of comedians, singers and burlesque performers in the Buskers Burlesque show.
A fine performance, too, from Aaron Sidwell as Mickey Block who opens the show brightly with Carla Nella (Claire) in Tiger Feet, and Suzanne Shaw sparkles as Carol, lead singer in the Ealing College band, and the first person to befriend the backto-the-past busker.
The Busker is published by Myriad in paperback and ebook.
For further information on the band please refer to the official Busker website at http://www.
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Buskers dressed as Darth Vader, Batman and King Kong looked on as a giant game of keepie-uppie broke out on the cobbles of the city's historic Dam Square.