Label: SILENT MYNDZ ENTERTAINMENT
Manager: Troy Poet Lewis
Hailing from Newark, NJ but currently making Durham, NC his stomping grounds, P.O.E.T (real name Troy Lewis) explains that the meaning behind the title of his album is that it is the harder and softer side of the revolution.
"We need to show people that revolution is not about color. It's ... See Full BioMore Info
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GEORGE MORGIO: BIOGRAPHY George Morgio started his musical career in the mid 1960's. He was the lead singer and songwriter for N.A.I.F., the North Atlantic Invasion Force, a band he formed in 1964. NAIF achieved success in the Southern Connecticut area, releasing Blue and Green Gown, Sweet Bird of Love, and Elephant in My Tambourine, all of which hit the local charts. During this time, NAIF played clubs, colleges, and concerts, opening for groups such as The Rascals, The Rolling Stones, The McCoys, The Searchers, The Zombies, Vanilla Fudge, and George Carlin. In 1968, their recording of Black on White hit #1 in Southern Connecticut and was on the national music charts. The hit was played on nationally televised American Bandstand and radio stations throughout the country. George pursued a solo career, playing original songs in clubs, colleges, and concerts in the early 1970's. In 1973 he took some time off from music, which turned into a thirty year sabbatical. During this period he was involved in the demands of building up a successful antiques business. "The History of Garage Bands in the 60's: Volume I" was released in 1995. The CD was a retrospective of NAIF, containing 14 original works, including 7 songs previously unreleased. In 2004, George returned to his love and passion, writing and performing original material. His songs are emotional journeys touching on love, the environment, world peace, the homeless, politics, and the human condition. http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/GeorgeMorgio Listen in the Dark George Morgio © Copyright-George Morgio (837101207133) Record Label: George Morgio P.O.E.T Ibrahim Siddiq a.k.a Poet is not your average spoken word artist. P.O.E.T stands for Putting Out Eternal Thought which is exactly what he is trying to do with a whole new style and approach to poetry. The now 23 year old from Westchester, NY started writing at the age of 15 as a way to cope with his father's death. Ever since then he's be writing to try and help ease the pain of those around him. http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/poetbaby Spoken World P.O.E.T © Copyright-Ibrahim Siddiq (884502026108) Record Label: Third Family Entertainment Poet Has Been Featured At The Following Showcases/Venues Manhattan: The Nuyorican Poet’s Café The Bowery Poetry Club Society The Stay Lounge The Alphabet Lounge The Triad Broadway Café The Unknown Collective @ Ole Restaurant Nightengale’s The Pyramid Club HAIRitage Lounge Karma Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) Baton Rouge The Set NYC @ The Time Out NY Lounge Pace University The Spoon Theatre The National Black Theater The Bronx: Lehman College Bronx Community College Acentos @ The Bruckner Bar & Grill Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Lyceum King Solomon’s Porch Medgar Evers College The Food 4 Thought Café NY Perks Queens: The Afrikan Poetry Theatre LaGuardia Community College St. Johns University Upstate NY: Sienna College (Albany) ********* Thank you for all of you who donated school supplies at the last event :0) We will be doing this every month.. Thank you very much for supporting our students and teachers! We need your help There are students in our community who cannot afford basic school supplies. Every day teachers are forced to dip into their own pockets to buy classroom supplies for their neediest students. We will be supporting these teachers and children in need by collecting new school supplies. To help needy children in our community, we will be collecting new school supplies @ POETZ REALM. Suggested basic school supplies include: pencils, colored pencils, washable markers, crayons, blunt edge scissors, glue sticks, school glue, rulers, notebook paper, erasers, and backpacks. Thank you! Poetz Realm Date: 9/9 Time:9pm-1am Place: Bridgeport Innovation Center 955 Connecticut Avenue, Gallery 1212 Bridgeport, CT $5 at the Door, $3 if you Rock the Mic! In addition to the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month, Poetz Realm will soon be hosting our events every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, at Jessie's Tropical Delights located 330 Pequonnock street, Bridgeport, CT. Starting this Thursday 9/3 Hope to see you there! :)
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