Lo Galluccio is a singer and poet whose first professional gig was with the Jazz Passengers, co-writing a song with Roy Nathanson for their "In Love" CD. She formed a band with Dave Tronzo in the mid-1990's in New York City called "Fish Pistol" and then made a solo CD on the Knitting Factory label called, "Being Visited." DJ Vin Scelsa called the record, "By turns, mysterious, seductive, surreal and spacey." She's appeared on John Zorn's label Tzadik with an original cover of the Marc Bolan tune, "Cosmic Dancer" and in 2003 put out a second solo CD in Boston called, "Spell on You" with gospel/jazz pianist Geoffrey Dana Hicks and guitarist Mike Melee. Recent work includes duets with avant-jazz pianist Eric Zinman at the Outpost and Squawk. Her website is www.logalluccio.atspace.com. Myspace = www.lolagalluccio.myspace.com. She will be appearing in a benefit for the Grolier Bookstore above Bloc 11 in Union Square, Somerville on November 6 at 3:30 pm. Lo will perform some of Anne Sexton's poetry as well as sing one of her own poems, "Dream of Life" with Ivan Korn.