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There aren't many spoken-word events that cater to young performers,' says Arianna Flavier, a poet and one of the organizers of SPEAK.
com beginning Thursday afternoon to see video of the musicians, poets and spoken-word artists at the Monroe Street Cafe's forum.
Fellow children's music producer Christopher Cerf also went nearly a quarter century between Grammys when he won the best spoken-word album for his work on ``Marlo Thomas and Friends: Thanks & Giving All Year Long,'' which benefits the children of St.
Maharaj, who had written and staged the hip-hop musical Diss; Diss and Diss Dat for New York's New Federal Theatre in 2003, gathered a group of spoken-word poets for a workshop aimed at exploring cultural and sexual identities--the material generated became source material for the play.
Earlier this year, Audible Studios secured a record 37 nominations for the 2012 Audie Awards, which honor outstanding audiobooks and other spoken-word performances, and took home six awards in 17 applicable categories.
Many spoken-word artists believe their power is in the immediacy of their message.
A: They've said a lot of stuff about having a spoken-word record.
It has the potential to be because the whole spoken-word phrase itself was appropriated and used for commercial reasons that reek of competition and greed.
In 2006 Audible and XM will introduce the first portable, handheld satellite radio devices that are capable of playing both the XM service as well as Audible's spoken-word content, which can be downloaded from the Web into the devices' memory.
Providing books, recorded music and audio books to outlets throughout the country, Tuttle will now offer SoundWorks' spoken-word products.
He also became knowledgeable about the spoken-word audio industry when he oversaw the growth of the Columbia House Audiobook Club from 1994 until its sale in 1998.