busk busk  /ˈbəsk/


  • (v) play music in a public place and solicit money for it


  1. During the day, some travel into London to beg, busk or take drugs, while others remain in the airport, scrounging food from sympathetic restaurant workers.
  2. At this family's core are the members of Marjinal, a punk band that has helped over a thousand street kids earn cash by teaching them how to busk.
  3. Kitty Marion offered to busk the promising but innocuous Birth Control Review at Manhattan's busiest corners.



  • "We'll be bringing a twangy old guitar and we will busk in the day and hope a few ex-pats over there might take some pity on us and give us some money," says Anderson.
    on Sep 26, 2008 By: Simon Anderson Source: Stuff.co.nz

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