Thursday, September 24, 2009

THE UBIQUITOUS GUITARIST ... AT PALISADES PARK


Ladies and Gentlemen, meet the Ubiquitous Guitarist, a French Musician who strums his way up and down Palisades Park every night, playing his guitar for anyone who will listen. Whenever he plays anything fast-paced, his eyes bulge, his tongue lolls from side-to-side and his French accent thickens. Toddlers love his "zany" style and follow him around as if he were the Pied Piper on Acid. Parents are a bit more restrained. I think we should team him up with Flora the Flutist, the Rogue Trombonist and Cool Hand Uke to form a Neighborhood Quartet ...!

6 comments:

emikk said...

does he play "melancholy baby?"

Beth said...

He looks awfully happy! Better music through chemicals?

Dawn said...

Well, at least he seems happy! LOL

be well...

Dawn said...

ps... Marty I meant to say this earlier, actually all my kids like the Sinatra, particularly Hammer the eldest! We try to expose them to all kinds of music! They even like some Patsy Cline! All of them like classical too.

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

He looks more like a loner to me, a quartet could be dangerous.

garnett109 said...

Can he play "tip toe thru the tulips with me"?