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The LitKicks Poetry Karaoke Team met up at the Bowery Poetry Club in New York City on Feb 17th  to compete in the KPF series, a wild-and-crazy, long-running event hosted by poets Daniel Nester and Regie Cabico. Each participant read one poem and sang one song and had a lot of fun doing both.

We were up against some strong competition: the Painted Bride Quarterly from New Jersey.   Unfortunately, despite our valiant efforts, we were narrowly edged out by the PBQ crew.   But we will be back and better than ever to avenge this loss.   So stay tuned for your opportunity to join us again at Karaoke + Poetry = Fun, or as Levi Asher so eloquently stated:  Karaoke = Life.   Amen, brother Asher.

If you're ever in NYC on a Tuesday night and want to witness the wildest poetry + karaoke scene on earth, find more info here: KPF AT THE BOWERY!

Check out our pictures from the event and follow the links for more eyewitness accounts...

 

KPF Host Daniel Nester, kicking things off

 

Daniel Nester Announcing the Contestants

 

LitKicks' own Levi Asher, naming the hours

 

 

Levi Asher, LIVE at Gesthemane

 

I think this was the most powerful performance of the evening...

 

GHC, Looking on in amazement..

 

firecracker, with a garfunkel lament

 

fc... when will this poem ever end?

 

Everybody sing it now!  Wake me up, before you go-go...

 

PLUS dance moves.

 

A happy KPF Crowd at the Bowery

 

Matt Longabuco, associate editor of PBQ

 

GHC

 

Lucy as an impromptu Britney

 

Marion Wrenn, PBQ editor in chief

Cheer up, sleepy Jean!

 

the dynamic duo

 

Aaron "mindbum" Howard

 

Aaron giving us a taste of his poetry

 

firecracker and KPF Host Regie Cabico, causing trouble.

 

Ida "Danya" Wright, in full regalia

 

Ms. Wright offers us a sincere look at the anthems of the 70s and 80s.

 

Don't Cry Out Loud!

 

More Happy KPF Folks...

 

Brian "karmacoupe" Hassett

 

 

Brian, just before launching into his rendition of Alice Cooper's "Dead Babies"

 

Read more about the evening here and here.


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