Tuesday, February 4, 2014

His name is Ho Ssy....!



You just never know who you might be lucky enough to come across in Perth right now.. seen in the city on Australia Day this is Japanese musician Ho Ssy, check his music out here. Ho Ssy travels the world playing experimental percussion and recording with Chill Om Records., you might have seen him in your city! We are very lucky to enjoy his unique style before he moves onto his next gig.  Hope your week has started well, take care and stay safe....



32 comments:

  1. A jack of all trades! Good portrait shots, Grace!

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  2. What fun shots for the day, Grace!! I love them! He is indeed a jack of all trades!!
    And I understand that you'll soon be a grandmother!! That's fantastic, I'm so happy for you!! Have a great new week!!

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  3. Hope the dentist visit went well, Grace!

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  4. Is it a didgeridoo? The image is very excellent! Arianna

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  5. Did someone mention the dentist!!!! I'll put that thought straight out of my mind and say how much I am enjoying all the glimpses of entertainment you have been sharing. Really something. Hope you are okay! All good here in Coventry :).

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  6. Good photo of a unique one man band! I'd love to see him over in Flagler on the Pier.

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  7. This would be so fantastic to come across - well, he hasn't hit Princeton yet, alas:) Great portrait of a talented musician - it must take so much coordination to be a 'one man band'!

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  8. His hair has grown on his travels! :-) This always amazes me!

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  9. Great portraits Grace. How wonderful!

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  10. And I'm the proverbial "can't walk and chew gum" kinda guy. He is pretty amazing !

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  11. A very interesting character. More power to him!

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  12. How fun! Thanks for your comments on my blog and congrats on the new grandchild coming in March. I know you must be excited!

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  13. Fascinating! I think he understands the beat! I was trying to figure out how to pronounce his name but finally gave up. :)

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  14. You never cease to amaze me with what you find in our fair city, Gracie!
    Love it all! xx

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  15. Very talented young man. It has a bit of an Australian vibe with the didjeridu. I have found many buskers to be quite talented, I wonder if they entered some sort of music or talent competition if they would get some sort of recognition.

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  16. Cool! I fancy that I can supplement my income as a (much older) senior by playing my ocarina on the street. . . .


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral

    =^..^= <3

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  17. Okay, we brought home a didgeridoo from our one visit to Australia but it wasn't anything like this exhaust pipe.

    Japanese is based on syllables, not vowels and consonants. I speak a little and I'm pretty sure there is no ssy sound. Still, I hope he makes it to the US. At least Japanese people don't need a visa.

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  18. Like Bob, we also brought back a didgeridoo from one of our trips to Australia. I can play while exhaling, but can't get the knack of playing while inhaling.

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  19. Great shots of the didgeridoos.

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  20. Wow. Ho Ssy looks like he earns his busking dollar. Cheers J.

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  21. Never seen him around here. But what a unic way to play music!

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  22. This is amazing, the man is a band in his own. He should pla in a theater or a club.

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  23. Had I seen this entertainer, I doubt that I would forget him!

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  24. Very different sounds. I can't believe so many people in his video are passing him by, but at least a few are stopping to enjoy his music.

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  25. Nice photos of a very talented guy!

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