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Distinctive songwriters who dig deep among the roots of American music, The Buskers have been performing in roadhouses, opera houses, house concerts, and concert series from Lake Ontario to the New England coast since 1993. The long-time collaborators radiate warmth, wit, and spontaneous musical combustibility at their shows, with inventive arrangements and effortless musicianship on a kitchen sinkful of instruments. Their four albums, THE BUSKERS (1999), RAY'S VACATION (2004), SPANK THAT TAMBOURINE (2009), and EVERY DAY WE PLAY A NEW SONG (2013) showcase the songwriting gifts of Paul Hubert and Craig Jaster, inspired covers from jug band to jazz to roots rock, and Kathy KZ Sommer’s genre-defying, transcendent violin and mandolin.
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