@anotherperformer Actually, I've been playing the same spot for about 10 years. While I can be heard on the other side of the street, "2 blocks away" is an exaggeration. My singing is well below the ordinance. Between city gov and cultural affairs, plenty of people acknowledge the positive effect (and feedback) from the tourists and locals.
And I'm curious to know how you got "run off". What's your instrument? How many years have you been renewing your paperwork.
Are you REALLY "anotherperformer"?
Help get buskers back on OUR streets! Send emails to:
Mayor Riley RileyJ@charleston-sc.gov
Scott Watson, Director of Cultural Affairs WatsonS@charleston-sc.gov
Brian Sheehan, Ombudsman SheehanB@charleston-sc.gov
And sign the petition by LIKING the Facebook page Glenn The Busker
Like the FaceBook page Glenn The Busker and help bring music back to Market Street!!
I wish the lazy "journalists" at the City Paper would stop saying that Chopsticks House was FORCED to move. Chopsticks had been seriously behind in their rent for an unreasonable amount of time. When the lease was up for renewal, the landlord went with a tennant who could pay.
It's called "business", kids.
Powered by Foundation
© Copyright 2017,
Charleston City Paper