Inner City Cultural Center II

Gil Scott-Heron Bluesology

Date & Time

Sun, Jun 16 2024 5:00 pm to 5:45 pm

(UTC timezone)

Venue

The Hudson Theatres, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038, United States, Hollywood
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Event Details

Gil Scott-Heron Bluesology Presented by Poets Jazz House 

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!! Inner City Cultural Center II and Tuesday Conner are proud to present "Gil Scott-Heron Bluesology" starring Gil Scott-Herons daughter Gia Scott-Heron.


Join us for an evening that will spark your soul and shake your emotions when Poets Jazz House spoken word artists ignite the flames of a legend in Gil Scott-Heron Bluesology...it's FIRE its YESTERDAY IT'S TODAY IT'S NOW!!!


The timeless and classic words of Gil Scott-Heron an American icon are still prevalent today. Scott-Heron is considered the GODFATHER OF RAP because his music reflects the turbulence uncertainty and increasing pessimism of the times with a satirical edge told in the tradition of oral poetry and storytelling.

Catch the fire June 8th 16th 23rd 26th & 28th.


Gia Scott-Heron and a powerhouse band of spoken word artists will captivate the audience spitting the powerful intensity of truth with messages from a visionary and the thought provoking rhythms that made Gil Scott-Heron an influential figure in the World.


Poets Jazz House is a Spoken Word & Music Lounge where spilling your heart is an art and searching your soul is mandatory to get in the door. Located in a quaint little Playhouse in the park we're bringing you Poetry After Dark. The ensemble cast includes: Conney Williams | Lorenzo Frank | Clent Bowers | Yawo Watts Art.us Mansoir | Tuesday Conner and the ORACLE aka Denise Lyles-Cook. Directed by Lynne Conner.


Poets Jazz House pays tribute to legends past and present as they document the history of Inner City Cultural Center for the future C. Bernard Jackson Library.


Tickets: $20-$35 which includes a Pre-Show Meet & Greet.

Information: iccc2.wootick.com - 818-510-8788

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Inner City Cultural Center II

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