Arranged and compered by TERENCE HORSLEY
A programme drawn from the gutters of Northern cities, including the Four Buskateers, the Jazz Kings of the open world. A tin whistle, a portable piano and a violin rescued from the pawnshop are featured in street corner medleys
The whole compered by TERENCE HORSLEY so as to give an insight into the lives of the best patronised but the poorest musicians in the land
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