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For this street musician, dreams are taking flight

Steven Bacon moved to Boston to follow in the footsteps of famous musicians who launched their careers playing in the street. Steven Bacon moved to Boston to follow in the footsteps of famous musicians who launched their careers playing in the street. (David Kamerman/Globe Staff)
By S.I. Rosenbaum
Globe Correspondent / October 19, 2008

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He had been playing for hours. His hands were cold and cramping on the guitar strings, his voice was hoarse, and he really needed to find a bathroom. But still he stood on the sidewalk in front of the Agganis Arena and sang: "In the rose-covered hill/ grows a dirty yellow pill/ they say it brings you back around/ picks ... (Full article: 1114 words)

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