Year Four of the Revival, Y'all! Let's do this!!
Here's to You, a resolute New Year, and the ongoing account of waking up.
We're at it for our fourth year straight traveling the country, causing revival,
and chargin' the hearts of every audience we can get our words on.
Derrick Brown (The Tonight Show; opener for David Cross; Cold War
Kids), Anis Mojgani (2-time Individual National Poetry Slam Champion;
HBO's Def Poetry Jam), Buddy Wakefield (2-time Individual World Poetry
Slam Champion; released on Ani DiFranco's Righteous Babe Records), and
internationally recognized rotating fourth members bring you our most
impacting celebration of humans and humor yet:
The Night Kite Revival World Tour of America, 2010!
Booking late September through early November.
It's the ultimate uplift spoken word party experience. Tested and
proven from the backrooms of bars and the coffeehouses of colleges,
all the way out to House of Blues New Orleans, CBGB's, Scotland's Oran
Moore, HBO, The Fillmore and even San Quentin State Penitentiary,
members of this Revival continue to make a relevant and lasting mark.
If interested in booking the most energetic, innovative and thoughtful
verbal circus on the planet see www.thepoetryrevival.com
To speak with a real live human and have your questions answered as soon as possible,
feel comfortable contacting me directly, or pointing a helpin' finger in the right direction.
Thank you for your time, energy and consideration.
Please take note that this tour is the bulk of our annual bread and butter, so we're unable
to commit to Slam venues and pass-the-hat readings during this time. This particular announcement
is geared toward poetry venues and organizers who are funded or confident in their organizational efforts
to make the show well worth our travelin' while. Also, we're a full roster and not lookin' to take
any extra folks with us in the van.
Thank you for letting me post this in the forum.
P.S. I've been sending Gabrielle video and voice messages, hoping someone is receiving them and sharing them with her.
If anyone knows the a proper number to use, or if you can confirm that calling her normal cell number is okay, I'd sure be thankful.