"I was wondering if anyone can help me. Many years ago (1997-1999), I used to travel to South Kensington station a lot. I remember a woman busker who played a guitar and and really haunting music that echoed all the way down the tunnel. Does anyone know her name?
I did approach her once and wrote her name down, but I've lost the piece of paper a while back now. She told me I could get her music on CD, and now I'm quite desperate to find out what her name is so I can begin to look for it!
Please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know who I am talking about! Cheers, Sai"
The South Ken tube interchange used to be one of the most popular spots for buskers as the acoustics is incredible (I think it's even featured in Babara Vine's crime tube novel - King Solomon's Carpet), plus you get loads of people visiting London's major museums on the Cromwell Road there.