An evening of spoken-word performance by Joe Wildermouth accompanied by saxophonist Night Cherokee.
A little about Joe:
"Actor/bike messinger/convict born in New York City grew up in D.C. comming back from a bad coke adiction has apeared at Studio Theater and on film in a movie called 'Stand alone', 39 years old . I dont know how you want to spin it but I will be doing life stories and poems..."
"Spoken word is a style of performance poetry that began in New York City and became popular among blacks in the early nineties. It evolved from the oral tradition of free-style hip hop artists and poets who would perform at local open mics. Unlike previous styles of poetry, spoken word is usually written with the intention of being performed. It emphasizes the tone of the human voice, which adds another layer of meaning for interpretation. While spoken word poems may vary in style, most have a narrative, include some form of social commentary"