These fine people are not playing Wonderwall or acoustic covers of Taylor Swifts Shake It Off.
These fine people are not playing "Wonderwall" or acoustic covers of Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off." Anna Minard

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Calling all talented Seattle musicians who don't mind playing with a subway platform as a stage: Sound Transit is expanding its busker pilot program to six new light rail stations.

Before Monday, light rail buskers could only play at the University of Washington and Capitol Hill stations. Now, they'll be able to play at the Beacon Hill, Mount Baker, Columbia City, Othello, Tukwila International Boulevard, and Angle Lake stations, too.

Buskers can only play at designated steel stars on the station floors, but with the expansion of the program, five performers will now be able to play at the same station instead of just three. First come, first serve, no knives or fire, and for Pete's sake, no "Wonderwall."