NPR Wants Your Vote for Favorite Subway Performer

A few days ago, we blogged about the Music Underground Program and the video that the NY Times posted.

Now, NPR is taking the idea in another direction.  They chose their favorite four musicians (out of 50) and posted clips on their site.  Now, they want you to go vote for your favorite.  The mini contest is part of the Bryant Park Project.

Go check them out and vote.  Maybe you’ll see them sometime during your commute this summer.

One thought on “NPR Wants Your Vote for Favorite Subway Performer

  1. […] Last week, Music Under New York — the MTA arm responsible for many subway performers — held their annual auditions. (I wrote more about MUNY last year.) The auditions were a rousing success, and now one lucky performer will hit the NPR airwaves, just not, ironically, in New York. The Bryant Park Project is holding a vote: Pick your favorite MUNY audition tape. The winner will get to play a set live on the airwaves on a show WNYC has opted not to carry in New York. [The Bryant Park Project via SubwayBlogger] […]


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