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The Best of Busking (So Far): Eisley, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Melissa Polinar and More

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In August, DC9 at Night joined with Globe Trek Productions to create a series of videos of musicians (almost all North Texans) busking in the businesses and streets of Dallas. So far, we've featured 19 musicians, and we have plenty more in the pipeline. But before we head into a 2014 where we hope to bring the series to new heights, we wanted to spotlight a few of our favorite installments thus far. Enjoy.

Vaden Todd Lewis of the Toadies at Klyde Warren Park

Air Review in Deep Ellum

The O's in McKinney

Ray Wylie Hubbard at the Belmont

Melissa Polinar at the Truck Yard

The Effinays at the Dallas Observer Music Showcase

Eisley at Panther Island Pavilion

BONUS: Sons of Fathers at the Granada We never had a chance to feature this one on DC9 at Night, but it's a good 'un nonetheless.

See also: -The 100 Best Texas Songs: The Complete List -The Ten Most Badass Band Names in DFW -The Best Bands in DFW: 2012 Edition -Photo Essay: The Tattoos of Dallas' Nightlife Scene

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