The Chairman of Spoken Words Music Inc., presents on Friday October 17, 2014: Friday Night Out Showcase @ Imagine Affair Art Lounge 408-14th Street, Oakland, CA. 94612. Hosts: Comedian Miss K. Kidd & The Chairman-Frank Williams Bringing you Poetry from: Brooklyn Poet, Press Play, Jonathan Siegel, and Spoken Word Artist Khari Toure! Singer: Lalonie "Lae" Yates Music: DJ One Comedians: Tylon T Boogie, Neshima Ford, and Moon Choe. It's Going Down! Get your mind, soul and spirit fed! October 17, 2014...doors open at 7pm...show starts promptly at 8pm...$15 at the door, online $10 dollars and listen to KBLX for specials........We're Back FNOS!
In conjunction with the Curvy and Confident Facebook page, the first Curvy and Confident Rocks the Runway fashion show is debuting in Oakland, CA. featuring plus-size curvy models. Where: Venue Ballroom in historic Uptown Oakland Time: Doors open at 7 PM, fashion show begins at 8 PM Hostess: Marie Denee of The Curvy Fashionista MC: Rick and Russ Show! Special performance: Khari Toure´, spoken word artist Charity: A portion of net proceeds will benefit the Women's Drop in Center in Berkeley CA. Door Prizes: Bring your business card to the show to be entered for door prizes!
Sounds Like: Kem, Common, Gil Scott-Heron, NAS
Label: Purely Poetic LLC
Bio: Khari exploded onto the Spoken word poetry scene during the summer of 2006 after performing at Mouth Off (a spoken word poetry venue held at Oakland's Air Lounge every Wednesday). He also began participating in the local poetry slam scene in 2006. Now, three years later, he's published a best sel...See Full Bio
“If you can appreciate Neo-Jazz accompanied with words of passion, pleasure and an overall positive flow. Khari’s goes above and beyond satisfying his listeners and fans. Immediately I felt a kinship and familiarity when partaking in his ‘Soul Food’ and love for his family. He also proves that men take care of and love their children as he shares his feelings for his daughters. I’m glad to have found such a talented and vibrant poet to share with my viewing audience.”