Monday, October 22, 2007

Coco and Lafe

Who the heck needs MBTA radio? Really, it's true, there are too many really good musicians busking out there that give this city so much soul.

Out in Irish Famine Memorial Park outside Borders near Downtown Crossing Coco and Lafe from the Republic of Vermont were playing their playful, earthy songs today at noon.

Lafe started while I was sitting, and he was playing nice picking songs with open chords. When Coco stepped up to the mike and joined in, the crowd formed.

From "Coco and Lafe have a vocal chemistry that pays off in friendly, cohesive warmth." They sing original acoustic music, as well as covers by Bob Dylan, John Prine, Lyle Lovett and others.

They'll be at the farmer's market on Copley Square on 10.23, and back at the Irish Famine Park on Wednesday 10.24. Check them out. Request Let's Get Away.

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