Afro Latin Soul Tonight @ Club Lambi

NYC - MTL

And yes, I know all my posts since I've been back have been to promote Climbing Poetree.

I hereby pledge to start posting lengthier articles soon.

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Friday, September 4th, 2009
elizita's picture

STEVO!!!

You are the best... thanks so much for that post! This is great. We really look forward to that event. It is going to just be OUT OF THIS WORLD. Montréal... brace yourself... as you are just about to be hit with yet another wave of bliss, talent, creativity to the max and awakening!

SHOW UP EARLY as maaaaaaanyyyy planned this in their agenda... its a night NOT to be MISSED AT ALL! (some are even driving/flying in from accross the country for this!) SERIOUSLY... be good to your soul... and take your feet and bootie to the LAMBI for this one night only!

Climbing PoeTree... that good really? nope... EVEN BETTER.. here is the proof:

http://nochesdepoesia.com/audio

a) FREE PODCAST interview + Jam (with Abstract Random, Elaine Ryan & Nika Cantabile in Montréal, sept 3 2009 LIvE in www.choq.fm studios)

b) Entire POESIA LIBRE show dedicated to their interview and live performances (in Spanish) Live recording in www.radiocentreville.com Studio Sept 2nd 2009
http://www.nochesdepoesia.com/fr/podcast/2009/sep/03/poesia_libre_2_septiembre_2009_climbing_poetree

c) Podcast of Jeffrey Mackie's interview on Tuesday Morning After at www.ckut.ca
with live performances and interview on September 1 2009

Still not convinced? Cannot make it to Montréal? Then be sure to join their mailing list at : love (at)climbingpoetre (dot) com
and and check their Hurricane Season Tour dates in USA
http://hurricaneseasontour.com/html/itinerary.php

BlesSings from yet another converted CP fan (thanks to u Stevo.. merci de faire passer le mot)

ONE LOVE to our home crew NOMADIC MASSIVE http://nomadicmassive.com http://www.myspace.com/nomadicmassive

Saturday, September 5th, 2009
elizita's picture

Just in... seriously... one of the best nights this summer! (for me)

Comments from others:
Véronique Bégin : Seriously one of the best night of my life... The show was absolutely awesome and I've met a whole bunch of really cool people mixed with already dear friends ;) I will never regret this to be my first Nomadic Massive experience! Afro Latin Soul, a great concept, keep up the good work. Can't wait to see the pictures of tonight...

Benjamin Von Wong : Who knew poetry could be so fun?!

We all look forward forward to your (and Ben Wong's) photos,

BlesSings,
Éliz xxx

Sunday, September 6th, 2009
elizita's picture

Hi again,

We are still on such a high... some performers have already moved on next show but the most of us are still here and poping on other stage or showing the extended family some luv! (http://myspace.com/InWord at Bobards last night + www.kalmunity.com at Diese Onze -4115a St-Denis- tonight!!!

Many comments keep piling in about Friday Afro Latin Soul and I wanted to publicly ask that you send them directly to LOU PIENSA (& cc me) http://www.myspace.com/loupiensa

About Lou
Active in the international Hip Hop scene for over 10 years, Lou Piensa has been involved in many aspects of the movement including radio, music production, performance and events organisation. He has shared the stage with such artists as Common, Dead Prez, Tony Touch, K'Naan, Jean Grey, Foreign Beggars and more. Since the year 2000,he has been living in the Cote-des-Neiges neigborhood of Montreal, Canada. A trilingual MC (English, French and Spanish), Lou also has a decade long tie with the Cuban Hip Hop scene, particularely with the pioneering duo Obsesion (myspace.com/obsesioncuba). In 2004, he helped initiate the creation of Nomadic Massive, a multilingual and eclectic live Hip Hop crew (myspace.com/nomadicmassive) with whom he has been making noise both as an MC and producer. His nomadic childhood (Lou was born in France and grew up in Ecuador, Algeria, Canada and Cuba) has given him an ability to adapt with ease and it has fueled his international vision of Hip Hop culture. His production reflects an eclectic musical upbringing, finding inspiration in the rythms from the world over. When he is not teaching English to high school kids, he can be found cooking, making beats, learning portuguese and writing rhymes in preparation for travelling the world with music. Ahi na'ma'!

Also make sure to follow them in New York in October for the AFRO LATIN SOUL Pt.2 http://myspace.com/afrolatinsoulmusicseries

If you liked what you saw with those collective... be sure to follow their solo carreers as well (non exhaustive list)
http://myspace.com/buttatao
http://myspace.com/voxsambou
http://myspace.com/loupiensa
http://www.myspace.com/wyzah

Another note worthy cause "Adult Literacy in Canada" a cause I've supported for many years and will again partake as Montréal/Québec rep for the 6th National RANDOM ACTS OF POETRY, please support one local AMAZING project that deals with Youth Literacy through Hip Hop.
http://www.myspace.com/lthhmtl

BlesSings and... THANKS for your support,

Élizabeth
http://myspace.com/elizrobert
Founder of www.nochesdepoesia.com
National Editor www.youngpoets.ca/forum

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