Thursday, August 1, 2013

Scene in Easton: Earl Ball Plays the Accordion

The city's Centre Square is often the site of live music, but it seems this week Easton's prime meeting spot has inspired more than the usual share of impromptu performances.

West Ward Easton resident Earl Ball is frequently seen around the city playing gigs he's been engaged to play for, including the Easton Farmers' Market. But that he's a true lover of the instrument and of entertaining was evident yesterday, when, upon noticing Weyerbacher Wednesday at the EFM was lacking even recorded music prior to the scheduled band's later performance, he decided to rectify the situation.

Ball strolled the market, serenading shoppers for about an hour or so, until The Mosey Beet took the stage and treated the crowd to some groovy guitar riffs and funky jazz progressions.

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