The Poetry Of Regie Gibson Meets The Saxophone Of Stan Strickland

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Last month, Radio Boston broadcast live from the TEDxBoston conference at Faneuil Hall, where we heard the Boston-based slam poet Regie Gibson, who brought the audience to its feet with his performance of an original poem called "Cry Havoc, To Thine Own Self Be Hip: A Response to Hamlet's Existential Question for Men Who Have Considered Suicide."

Now, Regie Gibson joins us with saxophonist Stan Strickland.

They will be performing together with the Mystic Chorale Saturday and Sunday at Tremont Temple.


Regie Gibson, poet, teacher and former National Poetry Slam champion.

Stan Strickland, saxophonist, singer, flutist and associate professor at Berklee College of Music.


This article was originally published on November 21, 2014.

This segment aired on November 21, 2014.


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