Video: Jeremy Deller collaborates with London busker
Wednesday 14 March 2012
Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller has released a record in collaboration with a London busker to coincide with his Joy in People show at the Hayward Gallery.
The Vinyl Factory release features performances by Chuck, a musician who often plays near to the South Bank. Deller invited him to a recording studio in west London, where they recorded recorded a version of Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues and Harry Belafonte's Island in the Sun live.
Deller produced the record and photographed Chuck for the front cover. In the above video the pair discuss their collaboration.
The Vinyl Factory Jeremy Deller release is available now here.
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