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Busketeers // Live at The B&R

Friday, November 18

The Busketeers formed on the streets of Plymouth, Devon, UK. The band is made up of four artists in their own right, Ken Williams, Luke Engel, Matthew G Price and Olly Parker.

The four all have different backgrounds and unique styles but what really makes these guys stand out is their ability to swap instruments, all sing in their own style and of course their harmonies and create that raw-diverse sound. The band labels itself as a “Progressive Busking” act.

“Blown away by their performance on stage at BBC Takeover at UPSU. I love how they captured their fun live energy in their recordings. They always post really great videos. You would’ve seen them around Plymouth, and the south west – They are brilliant.” – BBC Introducing South West

“A multi instrumental group of talented individuals… they really capture that live energy” – BBC Introducing

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