Saffron Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) closed on Saturday with a mixed media presentation of music, poetry, screen play reading, and art presented by an eclectic mix of young artists. The venue was the new bookstore on Hope Road, Bookophilia which opened recently (and is really worth a visit-more on
Dub Poets in Concert Part II takes place tonight at Red Bones Jazz and Blues Cafe. See YardEdge archives for review and photos from last show.
Charlie Bobus, Inspirator International Part 2 YardEdge: How have you developed your skill? Charlie Bobus: I have developed my skill through my long experience in the performing arts, having started writing and performing on stage from an early age. I have developed my skill through years of self education, online
“Motivating the masses with a positive message” Charlie Bobus, Inspirator International, professional dub poet
Part 1 Charlie Bobus and fellow dub poets at Red Bones Jazz and Blues Cafe YardEdge: How did you first become a dub poet? Charlie Bobus: I first became a dub poet through the writing of poems while attending Wolmers High, especially after starting English Language and English Literature classes.
Cherry Natural Red Bones Blues Cafe showcased some of Jamaica’s finest dub poets on Wednesday, April 9. The show featured a talented cast of dub poets, including Charlie Bobus, Cherry Natural, Poppy Seed, Ganja, Takura, Lloyd Laing, Empress Natty, Mojiba, Iya, Mystic Guerilla, and the Akwaba Drummers, Supersad and Ras
it was twilight. and her nerves had seemed to get the best of her once again. they wouldn’t hold up against the social standing of the nights progressions…..no…her stomach was in all kinds of knots. the ones they teach u to tie on ships and when u go camping. knots