Monday, March 3, 2008

Another New York Moment

As I was getting off the train, getting ready to transfer to another line, I heard two distinctly different type of music being performed live in the station. One was an older gentleman singing reggae music a capella. And just around the bend was a younger fellow playing the bagpipes.

I am not kidding.

And there was a point where sounds of the two mixed perfectly and sounds like they were in concert with each other.

So cool.

3 comments:

  1. I have no idea what that meant.

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  2. Was he Scottish or Irish? The bagpipe player?

    I'm a Scot and I am looking forward to wearing my kilt on St. Paddy's day, since apparently the two are kind of interchangable in NYC.

    Rock on, Celtic rules.

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