Tag: recollections of a chicago street musician and squatter

PR: Book Release: Busking Blues by Westley Heine

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Novel Relives Chicago During The Great Recession From squatting in a West Side practice space to performing at Blues Fest, the tales of misadventure compiled in Heine’s Busking Blues capture a street musician’s journey and a unique time in Chicago’s recent past. CHICAGO, IL, 9/9/22— Westley Heine’s Busking Blues is about giving …

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REVIEW by a.m. stein: Busking Blues by Westley Heine

Busking Blues: Recollections of a Chicago Street Musician and Squatter by Westly Heine, reviewed by Alex Stein             “When writing what would be considered gritty realism it is important to remember that even gritty realism is as subjective as anything else. It’s a sliding scale. Humans have such different perceptions of reality. This accounts for …

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