Olomouc was the first place I played in Czechia and it was a very pleasant experience, the first impression was that there was not much sense of trying cause the town seemed almost empty but I decided to give it a try anyway and I’m glad I did. I settled on the main square by the Holy Trinity Column and began playing even though there was nobody around, but as soon as I started people started coming over, sitting next to me and on the ground around enjoying the music.
At the beginning of April, we bought a van and converted it into a living space, now it’s possible for us to move around and stay wherever we please without much more planning than pointing a finger at the map. Freedom of movement is a very important thing for us and it means I’m constantly on tour.
I spent two months in Sarajevo. It was winter and let me tell you it was cold, but the atmosphere in the city is amazing. There are lots of people walking around really taking time to stop and listen for a moment. Continue reading “Sarajevo, almost a buskers paradise.”
After three months in Zagreb, it was time to head to Serbia’s capital, it’s a big city but there are not many busking spots, biggest one is Knez Mihailova Street though you really need to have a very strong voice (or an amp) to compete with the noise made by the hundreds-strong crowd. Continue reading “Busking in Belgrade”
Zagreb is one of my favourite cities if not THE favourite city, there is something about it that hugs you and makes you feel welcome. This is also where I first started busking and was figuring out the basics. Continue reading “Busking in Zagreb”
On the 2nd of June 2017, Lisa and I boarded the plane from London to Málaga, Spain. This was the beginning of full-time travelling for me, even though I had no idea what it was going to be like I knew I had to do it. This was by no means rushed decision, I’d been planning that move for almost two years, still, there was a tiny bit of fear in me, but it was time to go. Continue reading “How it all started”
So, this is something new that I want to try, I’m planning on using the blog as my journal and a photo gallery recording my travels, happy moments and struggles as a musician roaming around the world. I hope my experiences might help and/or inspire you wonderful people to pursue your dreams. Continue reading “Welcome to my world”