Band of Poets at AG Marathon, Saturday June 1

May 24, 2013
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For the fourth year in a row, Band of Poets will be performing at the annual Allen Ginsberg Memorial Open Mic Poetry Marathon. The Marathon happens this year Saturday, June 1, 2013, at Spring Street Center, 1101 15th in Seattle. The marathon starts at 8P. BoP’s scheduled to go on at 11P. According to John  Burgess:

BoP

Band of Poets

Poets take turns

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reading poems over improvised jazz, blues, country and percussion. There’s a song or two. Sometimes dance. Expect ballads and hymns, political outrage, Whitman, ghosts of the Beats, edginess and tender Dickinson moments. No promises though – no two shows are alike. We’ve performed at Richard Hugo House in Seattle, the annual Ginsberg Marathon, Rob Schouten Gallery on Whidbey Island, Seattle Bookfest, and the Ballard Public Library in Seattle. Current lineup: John Burgess, Jed Myers, Ted McMahon, Melet Whinston, and Roseanne Olson.

See some past performances of the Band of Poets here: http://www.youtube.com/user/nwbandofpoets See also:

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