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Singer Bean in AT&T Plaza: A Globe Trek Productions and Dallas Observer Busking Video [Update]

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Update, 8/19: In addition to the pop medley we published Friday, we now also have Bean performing one of her original songs, "Cops and Robbers." The video is below.

Original post follows.

Globe Trek Productions, a video production company based in Dallas, has been making videos of musicians busking in the city since the spring. You may remember episodes one and two, which featured The Relatives and A.Dd+, respectively. Since then, they've created clips for Sons of Fathers, The King Bucks and The O's. You can watch them all on the company's YouTube page. We at the Dallas Observer will be working with Globe Trek to present these videos in the future. Our goal will be to showcase the music happening in this city in unique ways, and you'll be able to find each video's premiere here on DC9 at Night.

Up first is Episode Six of the series, which Globe Trek shot in AT&T Plaza, outside the American Airlines Center. The video features Dallas singer Bean singing popular music.

And here's part two, featuring one of the singer's original songs, "Cops & Robbers."

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