Buskerville 2 – Good Tunes, Good Times, Hope for Buskerville 3 by Roy Berger – August 1, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Buskerville 2 – Good Tunes, Good Times, Hope for Buskerville 3 by Roy Berger – August 1, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario
a bare foot Roxanne Delage in Action!

Cornwall ON –  Bongos, guitars and drums were the sound event in downtown Cornwall yesterday. Dozens of Cornwall’s musical artists openly played their unique tunes on Pitt Street.

Small crowds gathered to admire the sidewalk performances.

SD&G Arts & Cultural Partnership

Local pedestrian traffic was obviously higher, restaurants and stores were seeing action. Buskers raised money for charity.

The cards said that Buskerville 3 will be bigger if more people help organize it and that one nasty isn't a part of it.

Some musical entrepreneurs also had a hat on the sidewalk for themselves and that was good too. Local talent plunked strings and banged the skins, welcoming a day of warmth, smiles and being alive. I couldn’t resist saying thank you to all, by making the effort of dropping change into every hat.

Keegan Larose in front of Moustach Joe's

Good to see business being drummed up.

Roy Berger lives in the legendary artist’s community of Cornwall, Ontario where the palm trees bloom in the winter and a cool breeze blows in the summer.

Moustache Joes

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10 Comments on "Buskerville 2 – Good Tunes, Good Times, Hope for Buskerville 3 by Roy Berger – August 1, 2011 – Cornwall Ontario"

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Mike Bedard
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If you visit this event it will make you wonder why we don’t do this every weekend during the summer! Farmer’s Market, Sounds of Buskerville, Headliners at the Bandshell, Beautiful Lamoureux park by the water! Couldn’t hurt downtown busines!

Ian Sharp
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Congrats to Chaz and co. on Buskerville 2011. Last minute hitches aside, things seemed to go very well and was just plain fun to play at. I think Mike is onto something there by expanding down to the bandshell, perhaps as a ‘ wrapup festival’ where everyone who participated gets to play in the park. It could be used as a focal point for ‘ passing the hat’ so to speak , one last time. Don’t forget , this was all about raising money for the local animal shelter. From my view behind the snare drum, it seemed that was… Read more »
Fernand Coleman
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It’s early for now but I would like to set somthing up for next year .
Lots of good musicians and Ideas..
Fernand “Guitar” Coleman .

Chad Coleman
Guest
Well I would like to stop your negative train in its tracks. I did go to City Council . I did fill out the proper paper work. I hand delivered a letter to every single business ( not everyone was there , I put the letter in the mail box). The letter was concerning the event and street closure. By doing so I was granted the street closure. We did not contact you beause we just forgot. That was it that is all. No ego trips. Just a busy schedule. Isnt that enough. But no you have to insult us.… Read more »
Chad Coleman
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The ball is dead!!!!!!!!!!!! No more insults please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have no need to explain myself to your terrible blog.

Reg
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Thank you Chad for clearing up who the rude lady Jamie was talking about. He was trying not to name names but you just couldn’t resist could you.

RP the man the god
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I would be a tad upset too. Chad is right and the rest of you are idiots. You need a better web format and better writers. Haha Free news! There’s a few web pages in Cwall I will eat up in 2012. What a sad town for media reps.

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