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The 'Ode to the Sidewalks of New York Jazz & Poetry Reading' at the Bowery Poetry Club hosted by legendary musician, writer, poet David Amram & his Trio on May 15 was a blast!

Along with Dave and the Trio, the New York stories and sounds of Zoe Artemis, Madeline Artenberg, Steve Dalachnisky, John DeWitt, Ekayani, Susan Gerardi, Christine Goodman, Mike McHugh, Frank Messina, Jackie Sheeler, Kevin Twiggs, George Wallace, Robert Wolf and The Free River Press Urban Workshop Writers were revealed as they shared their ongoing love affair with her Royal Highness --- NEW YORK!

At this first 'Ode to the Sidewalks of New York' celebration Photog, Jeremy Hogan was there snapping stills and shooting video. Scroll down to view VidClips of this wonderful Sunday Afternoon of Jazz, World Music and Spoken Word. To view his photos from the May show, Click Here!

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Pull My Daisy

Part I:
Dave Amram tells the story of the movie and the origin of the theme song.

Part II:
Dave freestyles into the tune and the Trio jumps in!

Part III: Dave and the Trio vamp!

Part IV: From vamp to verse, Dave and the Trio take it Downtown!

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Moonlight Becomes Her

Zoe Artemis bathes us in the NYC moonlight!





The Teller of Fortunes

George Wallace
tells a story of
City sooth.

Mike McHugh

The Sidewalks of New York - 2005

Mike McHugh takes the BPC crowd by the hand through his New York.

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Red Tape Dope

Jackie Sheeler wonders who's the Rescued or the Rescuer?


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Psycho Chick

A New York "Love" poem from Frank Messina!

New! Frank Messina with The Dave Amram Trio tell the story of dreams of better days for Juan Gutierrez in "Bicycle."

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Leaving Los Angeles

Susan Gerardi tells why you can "take the tiger out of the jungle but you can't take the jungle out of the tiger."



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As The Poets and The Players make their way from The Heartland to The Cities and Beyond they bring back their Sights, Sounds and Stories from The Road. Click Here for their recounts and Learn Why . . . Travel Is Fatal!

On Sunday, Feburary 20th, Writer, The Gonzo Journalist, Kentuckian and Friend, Hunter S. Thompson headed on from this world to the next. Click Here to read the emotes, reflects, rants and raves coming in to Insomniacathon On-Line!

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On April 9th, Dave Amram attended a final farewell to his old friend Lucien Carr, Read Dave's warm reflect of Lucien and his reverberation of the timeless truth of that living "Now" is always the right time. - Click Here to read, "What is Born of Spirit is Spirit." -

Philip Lamantia, one of the four members of "The Jazz/Poetry Trio" (Lamantia, Jack Kerouac, Howard Hart and David Amram) passed on March 7th. His friend and fellow Trio member, David Amram, looks back fondly with his reflect . . . Click Here to Read. " FOR PHILIP LAMANTIA."

Robert Creeley, one of America's most celebrated poets and a leading figure in the literary avant-garde, passed away on Wednesday in Odessa, Texas. He was 78. Click Here for more.

On Thursday, Feburary 10th, Playwright, Arthur Miller passed on. Click Here to read his friend, David Amram's, reflect.

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