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Event Archive - THUNDERING WORD HEARD'S 3 year anniversary extravaganza & fundraiser!!!: Melanie & Marc, Shane Koyczan, Mike McGee, Overload, Monica Lee, DJ DutchBoy, DJ DutchBoy, DJ DutchBoy

Sun. January 18th 2004 THUNDERING WORD HEARD (All Ages)
8PM - 1AM
Presented by: T. PAUL STE. MARIE

current international Slam Champ





DJ DutchBoy

freestyle humorist DANIEL PACKARD

and many, many more fine folks!

For this line up, youd expect to pay at least $20 a ticket (if you know the value of these phenoms of the stage!)

but we are askig a mere
$7 to $10
sliding scale at the door, based on your income status. The monies raised will be going into the TWH coffer, so come on out, enjoy the night and support the finest open mic in town!

t h u n d e r i n g w o r d h e a r d
Is a spoken word/music fusion open mic series
*2 time winner of the WestEnders best in the west award for BEST OPEN MIC 2001-02*

EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT AT 9PM- Artists performing sign up at 8PM - ADMISSION FREE (hat will be passed)
4362 MAIN ST. (MAIN & 28th) VANCOUVER, B.C.
Hosted by T.Paul


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Shane Koyczan (Spoken Word)

Shane Koyczan is the first international performer to win the highly coveted Individual Championship title at the National Poetry Slam 2000. He has also been a national finalists 4 times placing in the top 6 of north america every year he has competed. Shane bested over 250 competing poets from all over North America at the world's largest perfo... more info

Mike McGee (Spoken Word)

Mike McGee was once heckled by his mother's kidney while performing in the womb. Then five years later, he gave up a career in break dancing after a horse racing accident, turning his focus onto the arts. At six years old, Mike began writing short stories to pass the time. It wasn't until he realized that people seemed to enjoy what he wrote, t... more info

Monica Lee (gypsy blues folk adult contemporary)

Monica Lee was running in the rain when it all fell apart. So she sang until the pain told the story. Caffeine shaking and cold she picks up the guitar she got a lifetime ago on her 16th birthday and the ghost of Johnny Cash comforts her to song. Sometimes Carole King whispers major 7th chords in her ear and her upright grand fills the jerry c... more info
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