My musical life...
It started with writing that turned into a folk duo which became a 6 piece that turned into a new city, Fanshawe College and Creative Electronics which I left for a traveling 4 piece rock band which was replaced by a vocal trio, followed by the solo which became a very popular duo up in Grand Bend ending when I played bass and sang lead in a rock trio out of Toronto that ended with me as a solo again for seven years with stints as a karaoke host and “The Amazing Biff “ a children's entertainer. In 1997 I started Streambabies. We were an eight piece doing my original music. That morphed into a six piece then a solo and a duo with my wife
Wendy, DJ'ing and an Improvisational music group called Stream Team which transformed into the current trio called ART oF STREAMING. We have played the Eric Stach Free Music series, and performed at the Music Club and Museum London.
I, MYSELF am experimenting in instrumentation and styles. I have embraced the new electronic technology and picked up the ukulele.
… and that's just my musical side.
786 Elias Street
London, ON N5W
WHERE: Mykonos Restaurant terrace, 572 Adelaide St. N., London. Cover is by donation. Overflow parking available across the side street and in the large lot one block north, in front of Trad’s Furniture.
LIVE MUSIC: will open the event at 6:30, featuring local musician/vocalist Dennis Siren.
FEATURED POET: At 7:00, the popular and respected local poet David J. Paul will read brom his book, `Trapped Moonlight`(20005,
OPEN MIC: Following the featured poet, there will be about 1.5 hours of open mic, ending at 9:00 pm. Each poet has five minutes (which is about two good pages of poetry - but time yourself at home). Names are selected at random.
RAFFLE PRIZES: Anyone who donates to London Open Mic Poetry Night receives a ticket for a raffle prize, three of which will be picked after the intermission. The prizes consist of poetry books donated by Brick Books. Donations are our only source of income.