The Subway Diaries

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Heidi leads you on a guided tour through a subterranean world peopled by creative artists and sidewalk visionaries. Down winding tunnels and across gritty subway platforms, through her writing, both gritty and raw, she introduces you to an underground world and unforgettable cast of characters, a world that millions pass through, but few know well.A world where the music is the heartbeat of NYC.

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About Heidi Kole

Heidi, originally from DC, often described as a Renaissance woman, is a singer/songwriter, actress, dancer, voiceover artist, stunt person for film/tv and author. Her songwriting credits to date include songs that hold both opening and closing credit spots in a number of films. Heidi, an eternal absorber of life, lives in New York City where she writes and performs her music both above and underground in and around NYC, the US and the globe.

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Jnana Hodson reviewed on June 7, 2019

I'm surprised there aren't more stories told from the underground rails, considering the millions of people who ride them daily. It's a perfect place for peoplewatching – as Heidi Kole remarks, all the while being watched yourself.
Here's a delightful example of a slice of that life seen by a singer-songwriter who took to busking in the depths of Manhattan from 2005 through 2008. It's a detailed account of her growing fondness for the gritty platforms and passageways even in bitter cold or steamy seasons, for her fellow artists who bring touches of comfort to people on the run, for the differing natures of the neighborhoods overhead, and for unexpected touches of kindness and encounters with eccentric individuals while dodging wandering cops too willing to hassle and haul off struggling musicians.
Her chance introductions lead to a colorful cast over time.
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