Event Archive - the CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS LITKICKIN' COMBO: T.Paul Ste. Marie, Geoff Berner, , , , , Rick Keating,
Sun. December 19th 2004 @ Cafe Montmartre (All Ages)
8PM - Midnight
Free Free - hat passed
the CHRISTMAS/NEW YEARS LITKICKIN'COMBO
We are combining the celebrations of CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS in ONE EXTRAVAGANZA OF A SHOW! As CAFE MONTMARTRE WILL BE CLOSED from DEC. 20 2004 TO JAN. 9 2005, this will be the last TWH of the year!!!
Some of Vancouver's finest musicians and spoken word artists will be gracing us with their holiday-oriented sounds, including the SVELT MS. SPELT'S rendition of THE GRINCH WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS. International accordion phenomenon GEOFF BERNER will surely have some ironic stocking stuffers for our eager ears, and host/emcee T.PAUL STE. MARIE will be gifting the audience with DOOR PRIZES, GIFTS, a 50/50 DRAW AND MORE!!!
The special guests, FERNANDO RAGUERO, GEOFF BERNER, the SVELT MS. SPELT, DANIEL SYPYVINSKI, DJ KEROUAC and CASSIDY, and RICK KEATING will be followed by the TWH OPEN MIC, so if you're a musician or poet or stand-up comedian, c'mon out and celebrate with us!!!
THUNDERING WORD HEARD
is vancouver’s only spoken word/music fusion open mic series
*3 time winner of the WestEnder's best in the west award for BEST
OPEN MIC – 2001-03*
WHEN: Every Sunday – artist sign-up 8PM – show 9PM
WHERE: Café Montmartre, 4362 main St., Vancouver, BC (@ Main & 28th)
ADMISSION: Free – hat passed
WITH: your host T.PAUL
KEROUAC & CASSIDY
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T.Paul Ste. Marie (T.PAUL STE. MARIE * emcee, host, performer)
R.I.P. Artist, emcee, Spoken word artist, poet, storyteller, side show performer, actor, producer T.Paul Ste. Marie a.k.a. SwankHipster is regarded as one of Vancouver's most prolific facilitators of the spoken word art form. T.Paul has produced spoken word/music stages and events, as well as performed and hosted for the likes of the 25th ANNI... more info
Geoff Berner (Klezmer Punk)
Geoff Berner writes peculiar, witty, sometimes heartbreaking songs with way too much insight into human nature. When he sings them, he stands alone on stage, playing his accordion, Estella. The music is a unique mix of folk, punk, and klezmer. The effect can be at times haunting, confrontational, or just absurd. Sometimes all three at the same t... more info[Upload Show Photos] // [Add Video] // [Add Review] // [Upload Poster]