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Amazing busker at Elephant & Castle

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Wednesday 25 April 2018 8.12pm
Anybody have any idea who the amazing lady busker was in front of Elephant & Castle shopping centre tonight (weds) at around 6pm? She was dressed in an old camel rain mac with the hood up but holy cow was she breathtaking. A big crowd stopped to see her and I think she had a sign out in front of her but I couldn't get through to read it. Someone tell us who she is. I'd pay good money to see her sing again somewhere.
Friday 27 April 2018 11.01am
It's sad that nobody has identified someone of such talent for us to look out for our own listening pleasure.
Perhaps she performs there regularly because if she draws an enthusiastic audience it must be worth her while and you REM will be able to get her details for us.
Friday 27 April 2018 6.54pm
I had a look on twitter and instagram, and couldn't find anything.
Sunday 29 April 2018 1.54pm
I think you mean Sherika Sherard. I saw her a couple of times singing near the station.You can check her out on youtube!
Tuesday 26 June 2018 7.06am
Is she a singer? I wish there were more street pianos..as there used to be or bring back pub pianos as Winnie Atwell Charlie Kunz. Russ Conway Richard Clayderman etc

Cotswolds 12
Thursday 12 September 2019 8.07am
Paramount wrote:
Is she a singer? I wish there were more street pianos..as there used to be or bring back pub pianos as Winnie Atwell Charlie Kunz. Russ Conway Richard Clayderman etc

The Royal Oak have a pianist playing requests on a Friday Night :)

Life's too short live it!!!

D x
Friday 13 September 2019 10.31am
DVJJ,

I'll keep an eye out for her, we always welcome new musicians here!

James,
The Royal Oak

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