In 1957, Jack Kerouac penned a letter to Marlon Brando asking the famed actor to recreate his novel, On the Road, into a movie. The letter was written on Jack's typewriter from his small bungalow at 1418 1/2 Clouser Avenue in the College Park section of Orlando, Florida, now known as the Kerouac House. Recorded live at the first annual Kerouac Project Benefit at the Cornelia Street Cafe, New York City, on 9/29/13.
David Amram, piano; Rene Hart, bass; Kevin Twigg, drums; Elliott Pepper, bongos; Robert Winterhawk De Loney, congas.
Videography by Joe Nardelli.
Learn more about the Kerouac Project of Orlando at: KerouacProject.org