The Busketeers

The Busketeers

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“A band like no other, The Busketeers are four singer-songwriting, multi-instrumentalists, providing a raw, energetic, diverse show. Their ability to swap instruments, harmonise and sing a wide range of genres, will captivate any audience.” – BBC Introducing The group will be releasing their highly anticipated self titled album in 2023 – with a mix of folk, indie rock, pop, americano and their own stye ‘Progressive Busking’. Alongside the launch will be
festival slots at; Boardmasters, Rock Oyster, Tunes In The Park as well as local festivals.

The Busketeers formed on the streets of Plymouth, Devon, UK in 2015. After months of busking and establishing a name for themselves locally, the band performed a handful of gigs and festivals in the new year, including Looe Music Festival which led to the band expanding their fan base.

From 2016 to 2019, the band performed all over the South West and became characterised by their ever-changing genre, sound and energy within one performance. Audiences started to comment on how unique and diverse the band were. “I’ve never seen a band all switch mid song before”, “I looked up and it was a different singer each time!” After a busy few busy years, Covid hit the music industry and put a halt on the bands momentum. The group took the time to develop their own individual sound and create content for their fans during lockdown. During this period of uncertainty the band sought out a new addition, Kendall Williams. This completed The Busketeers, made up of four artists in their own right; Kendall Williams, Luke Engel (Wild Fenn), Matthew
Gordon Price, and Olly Parker