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Didgeridoo busking (steet performance) tips

Posted: Friday, March 25, 2011 in Info & Education by Posted by

Have you had any experience busking with a didgeridoo?

What tips or tricks do you have to improve a busking performance?

What makes the crowd stop, turn and watch?

What makes one didgeridoo busker more captivating to the public than another?

We would love to hear from you!

3 Responses to “Didgeridoo busking (steet performance) tips”

  1. I find just carrying my didge around elicits question and stares. Haha I find more up beat rhythms get people interested. In my neck of the woods its a fairly uncommon instrument so its a great conversation starter. Before I even get a spot and sit down people start congregating.

  2. Keep it upbeat, plenty of movement and some comedy always goes down a storm!!

  3. I have an Alistair Black didge that i bought about 15 years ago, it still plays true and has no markings. I practice regularly and love the info I get from your site