“The Sunday Night Busking Show!”

Every Sunday Night from 8:00 – 8:30pm!


Hello, my fellow travelers, and welcome to “The Sunday Busking Show!”
Thanks so much for checking out the premiere episode last Sunday, 8/21/22!

(If you haven’t seen the replay of the 30-minute live stream, you can watch it HERE!)

What is “The Sunday Busking Show!” you ask?

Well, the answer is simple.

I’m a storyteller. It’s what I do. It’s what “I’ve always been training for”!

I also live with Bipolar Disorder and work daily to manage it, like I’m some kind of Bruce Banner or Dr. Jeckell or something.

(Seriously, if you live with bipolar disorder, depression, or any mental illness, then you know what I mean.)

Recently, as I was going through a particularly rough patch, I was compelled to pick up my guitar and start playing and singing again.

I remembered playing and singing have always given me peace and joy, and I felt driven to share that peace and joy with anyone who might drop by.

Please, always feel free to come and go completely as you are!

Pop in for a song or two and then hop on out or stay for the whole thing! The entire idea is to just take a joy break for a half hour on a Sunday evening.

We’ll have a couple of songs and the stories behind how they ended up in my repertoire book.

I hope to see you again THIS SUNDAY evening at 8:00 pm (Eastern time!), and we’ll just visit a while.

If you’d like to support my work by dropping a buck or two into my GUITAR CASE, it would give me so much more time – and the financial resources – to produce a better show each week.

Every donation is very much appreciated!

PAYPAL – paypal.me/scotylang

VENMO – @scottylang or use the QR Code below!


Author: Scott Langdon

Scott Langdon is an actor, writer, and photographer living just outside of Philadelphia in Bristol, Pennsylvania with his wife, Sarah, and their dog, Watson. He can be seen on stages throughout the professional Philadelphia theater community or writing in one of his many favorite local shops in his beloved "Borough", where the only way they could get rid of him was to tell him there was a pandemic. He has a hard time knowing when he's not wanted.

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