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Monday, January 9, 2012: I am pleased to announce the up-alive-and-running webpage: ROBINANDRE.ME (designed by me & photos by me!). It is a simple professional webpage for Robin Andre including his current head shots, his performance resume and links to other online music, videos & more. Please check it out and pass it on:

Sunday, January 8, 2012: ADVENTURES IN JEANNIELAND: This video-blog entry was posted in November, but I only came across it today. “Jeannie” of “Adventures in Jeannieland” included a post on The Robin & The Lady Poet. I came across it last night and it almost brought me to tears. My favorite part is when Jeannie refers to us as a “power couple presenting their light to the world” and when she proclaims: “and love DOES exist.” We have never met you Jeannie, but we love you. Very much. xo WATCH HER VIDEO BLOG ON “The Robin & The Lady Poet” HERE.

The Robin & The Lady Poet LOVES JeannieLand!

Friday, January 6, 2012: The Robin & The Lady Poet performed at the 2-year anniversary show for “The Inspired Word” with a long-list of well-known performers (all amazing members of The Inspired Word family!). If you don’t know The Inspired Word Performance Series (the beautiful project of Michael Geffner) you can visit their website HERE.

Here are a couple pictures from our performance:

After The Inspired Word Robin performed at The Village Underground. Here are a couple shots from his performance and a couple shots from after the show:

Pictured with Robin above is the INCOMPARABLE Amanda Brown. Amanda Brown sings Wednesday, Thursday & Friday with Robin and The Village Underground House Band and she has also done background vocals for and toured with the likes of Gwen Stefani, Alicia Keys, Adele and MORE. You must IMMEDIATELY check out her single “Dreamer” on iTunes and add her FACEBOOK MUSIC page. She is a stunning thing to behold with both your ears and your eyes. Just take a look:

Friday, January 5, 2012: We just released an Exclusive BEHIND THE SCENES Q&A / Talk Back Video with the Puppet-Stars from our new song/video, “Perfect.” Check it out, you may just get some answers to the questions you have been aching to ask: CLICK HERE TO WATCH

 Wednesday, January 4, 2012: Jahaira Hooker, of the blog “Chattering Gem,” wrote a post featuring our new video. It was titled: Muppets Making Love: “Perfect.” Check it out HERE.

Christmas Season 2011 + New Years Eve + Welcome 2012: We have conquered another year and we have openly (with love and many goals, wishes, voodoo dolls and charms) welcomed the arrival of a new one. Here are some updates:

December 20, 2011: Robin & myself performed a show in Harlem with The Jason Murden Band. Here is a picture I took at the show:

December 23, 2011: Here are two shots of Robin performing at The Village Underground just before Christmas:

December 24, 2011: I’ve put some sneak-previews on this blog of the puppet-stars of our newest project (**There’s a picture of them relaxing on the boat on the lake last summer, and there are some pictures from their Halloween adventures in New York City**). On Christmas Eve we released our (finally completed) brand-new video for our song “Perfect.” You can watch the video on YouTube HERE. And here are a few still shots:

December 25, 2011: My dear friend, painter / graphic artist, Ashleigh Caffey (**I wrote a blog post about her work two months ago**) painted this portrait of my grandmother. It is truly remarkable and was perhaps the most amazing gift I have ever given (I gave it to my grandfather). My grandmother passed away almost three years ago at 89 years old. In this portrait she is 48.

December 31, 2011: Here’s a picture we took just minutes after midnight on New Year’s Eve. It is our first “family” portrait of 2012 (Me, Robin  and our beautiful “adopted” daughter, Brindha) :

January 2, 2012: Our first project of 2012 was to take new head shots for Robin. I would like to shamelessly show off Robin’s handsome-ness and my photography skills. So, here they are:

Monday, December 12, 2011: Wyclef Jean put on a high-energy and inspirational show for two nights in NYC at The City Winery. Here are some action shots from the performances: Then, here are some pictures of me, Robin, Wyclef and Marella backstage after the show (which was, incidentally, in a wine cellar!) : My hair was done-up extra fancy for the event by Paul Labreque Salon’s “Elle.” If you want the BEST stylist in NYC make an appointment at Paul Labreque Salon and Spa with “Elle.” She is a wizard. **The photo directly above, to the right, is our darling friend Marella, also-known-as, Poet/Emcee/Model & Actress: Eliza B. Check out her website HERE.

Tuesday, November 25, 2011: I have conquered another year of my life. Now, I am thirty-two. I celebrated this magnificent accomplishment and I also celebrated how lucky I am to have so many extra-extraordinary friends and loved ones in my life. Here are a few birthday highlights:

We had dinner at La Flaca. An excellent New-Mexico-Styled Mexican Bistro/Margarita Bar owned by one of my longest and dearest friends in NYC and in THE WORLD: Bobby Gonzales. Everyone must eat there. Everything is delicious (AND GREAT PRICES!) and there is even VEGETARIAN CHICKEN as an option (But, lots of meats too, if that’s your style). Here’s the “Pretty Lady” La Flaca logo (and a couple BIRTHDAY CAKE pics). And you can visit the website HERE: My beautiful, other-worldly and absolutely incomparable friend, Queen, made me a pair of earrings as a birthday gift. I had to include a picture of them on this blog because they are The Robin & The Lady Poet-One-Of-A-Kind-Edition earrings. (They are shaped like Hummingbirds (to match my tattoo) and Guitars (to symbolize my singing-lover…) Here they are, and also, here is my stunning friend, Queen. Queen is also a multi-talented artist and a magical human being. Please visit her website, immediately: After dinner we went to The Village Underground where Robin played in the 2nd set. Robin called me onstage to sing to me for my birthday and then we danced until they turned the music off. I am endlessly blessed.  Tuesday, November 15, 2011: The company known as “We Make Cool Shit” (located online at has enacted their newest guerrilla operation on the L Subway line. For one work-week only (Nov 14 to Nov 18) there will be intranet that train riders can use from 8am-10am. They can access the web for limited content which will include a chat room, a dating site, current events & newsfeeds and selected POETRY. One of my poems will be featured in the Poetry section. If you ride the L train, please check it out and enjoy. You can read the press release for this project HERE. Here’s the flier to advertise and celebrate this unique and pretty awesome operation:Monday, November 14, 2011: Jennifer Pons of (follow her on twitter @mediamoiselle) did a video feature / interview with me for her website/video blog. Check out my feature and also browse around to see the other excellent artists that she showcases. Watch it on the MediaMoiselle Website HERE or Watch it on YouTube HERE. Sunday, November 6 – Friday November 11, 2011: Robin and myself spent a week in Los Angeles. It was our first trip to the West Coast in over a year. We got so much done and got to catch-up/collaborate with so many beautiful artists and friends. Here are the highlights:

MONDAY: Arianna Basco (aka Lady Basco, follow her on twitter @ladybasco) runs an outrageous open mic called “The LA Speakeasy” at “The Last Bookstore” in downtown Los Angeles. We saw some amazing poets, Robin performed a solo piece and we caught up with our beautiful friends Sunshine and Quetzal Guerrero (Quetzal also performed a new song, follow him on twitter @qviolin). Here’s Arianna and the most handsome audience member: Here’s Robin and Quetzal showing-off Q’s new CD: Not only is Quetzel an amazing singer and multi-instrumentalist, but he is also an outstandingly talented visual artist/painter. Here are just a few of his paintings (*These pictures do not do justice to the experience of seeing the art live and in-person AND they have been cropped by me, not the artist, so you are getting only a taste, not the full representation of the work. **For more on Quetzel also check out his artist feature on HERE.):And here’s a shot of the four of us. I love you all so much and wish we didn’t live on opposite coasts: TUESDAY: Dion Basco (follow him on twitter @DionysioBasco) was in the middle of shooting his feature film “To Get Her” (he is the writer of the film AND the star)-and Robin and myself were featured as Frisbee-Throwers. Look out for the film’s release, it is a hilarious script with a endlessly talented cast. Here’s Robin and Dion on the set: Tuesday night we performed for the second time at the legendary Poetry Lounge (DPL) at the Greenway Court Theater. This is LA’s hottest poetry venue (the line is still down the block two hours before showtime!). It was a spectacular show and a blessing to share the stage with some great artists. Here’s a picture of us performing our newest piece, “Perfect”: WEDNESDAY: We caught up with some of our favorite and most-beloved friends. Here’s a shot of me and my dearest friend Nelson Lee (Nelson was one of my first friends in NYC when I moved here more than thirteen years ago! He is an extraordinary actor/filmmaker) AND here’s a shot of Robin and Dante Basco, who have been friends for DECADES. (Follow Dante on twitter @dantebasco, and also follow his YouTube channel HERE or goto his website: Wednesday night we featured at The Ugly Mug in Orange, California. The powerful and prolific poet, Corinna Bain, also performed. John F. Buckley reviewed the show on his blog. You can read it HERE. Here’s some pics:THURSDAY: We spent the day in Shvona Lavette’s studio writing and recording a new song featuring The Robin & The Lady Poet and the always-stunning Shvona (follow her on twitter @shvonalavette and check out her website: Here are some shots of Robin and Shvona that I took in the studio: We spent our last night in Los Angeles with our host Dante (thanks again Dante!) and his too-beautiful and too-adorable fiance Sammy (**I bought a new camera in LA and so all of these photos are my first try as an amateur photographer**) : FRIDAY: We left California early afternoon on Friday then landed in New York City and got to the car just in time for an 11/11/11 11:11:11 KISS. It is the last time the date and time will be a PALINDROME for 100 YEARS! I insisted we pull the car over to take a record of it. I believe kisses MUST BE good luck.

Monday, October 31, 2011: This is the epitome of vanity. For Halloween Robin & Myself dressed up as “The Robin & The Lady Poet”-Puppet-Version. Both our human-selves and our foam+felt-selves went crazy on the dance floor. These puppets are the stars of our upcoming video for our song, “Perfect” (which is still being edited but will be released SOON.)

Friday, October 28, 2011: Robin was featured on the Mtv Show “When I was 17” with Wyclef Jean. You can watch the 7-minute spot HERE:

Wednesday September 28th, 2011: The Boxcar Poetry Review posted a fabulous review of Dialect of a Skirt. I think it is my favorite review so far because the reviewer referred to my work as “Fashionable Poetry” and it was the first reviewer to praise/comprehend the section titles. Such a blessing! Also included in the issue is a devastating poem by friend/fellow poet/twitterati: Tristan Silverman.  CHECK IT OUT!  AND a big thank you from me to BPR and Joy Sullivan.

Saturday, September 17th, 2011: My dear friend, the extraordinarily talented and extraordinarily beautiful artist, Ashleigh Caffey, gave me a priceless gift almost two years ago. When I published my first book, Dialect of a Skirt, she surprised me at the book-release party by having four paintings that she painted (each one inspired by a different poem in the book!) hanging on the walls at the venue where the party was held. The largest one, an enormous portrait of Marilyn Monroe was set-up as the backdrop of the stage where all of the performances/readings took place. I’ve never had proper photos of the paintings until now, so here they are: (Top to Bottom, Marilyn Monroe, You are a White Elephant, The Smallest Bird on Earth/Blue Hummingbird, Mannequinns at Lunch)

To check out more of Ashleigh Caffey’s work as a painter, graphic designer and video artist goto her blog:

OR, to see some of her fly dance moves you can watch this video of her dance tribute to Michael Jackson (in the video she is wearing one of the limited edition t-shirts made of the Marilyn Monroe painting!)

And, for a taste of one more painting, here is Self Portrait, by Ashleigh Caffey:

Monday, September 12th, 2011: EVEN MORE Video Footage. The  hosoria1022 You Tube Channel posted footage of our entire show on Friday Night at the Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe. You can watch it in order with these links:

1. Robin Andre, “Betty” (Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe, 9-9-11)

2. The Robin & The Lady Poet, “What a Woman Wants” (Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe, 9-9-11)

3. Erica Miriam Fabri, “Love in an Ice Cream Truck” (Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe, 9-9-11)

4. The Robin & The Lady Poet, “Could’ve Been Me” (Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe, 9-9-11)

5. The Robin & The Lady Poet, “Perfect” (Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe, 9-9-11)

Friday, September 9th, 2011: The Robin & The Lady Poet had a featured performance at the famously beautiful Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe. One of my favorite places on Earth. Thank you to the glorious Mahogany Browne and to the most loving audience in New York City (or anywhere). It was a packed house and an inspirational evening. Here’s a photo and a link to two videos from the show:



Friday, August 26th, 2011: Wyclef Jean made a surprise visit to The Village Underground to perform a set with Robin. Here’s a link to the FULL PERFORMANCE or to a shorter version of NO WOMAN NO CRY:

Sunday, August 21st, 2011: We packed-up and drove to the mountains on Sunday for a 4-day film-shoot of the video for our song, “Perfect.” The new video was again shot and directed by our favorite film-maker, Jose Infante, however, Robin and I were not cast in the lead roles for this project. Instead, the stars of the video are puppet versions of The Robin & The Lady Poet (hand-sewn & designed by ME!). Here they are relaxing during a nautical scene:

Thursday, August 18th, 2011: Poet and World-Class-Sweetheart Marcy Alexis hosts a beautiful show at Nicholas Variety in Brooklyn. We had the honor of being the artists she selected this month to feature for an exclusive performance and live interview / Q&A talkback:

Thursday, July 21st, 2011: Here’s a shot of me and Robin at Melky Jean’s birthday party and Haiti Fundraiser:

Friday, June 10th, 2011:The Robin & The Lady Poet were featured on Actor & Poet Dante Basco’s Blog. To read the blog post: CLICK HERE
ALSO: While you’re on Dante Basco’s blog, take a look around. Dante is, hands down, one of the hardest working artists on the West Coast. Maybe you will even want to buy a Rufio t-shirt while you’re there. Robin has one! Here he is wearing it to perform at The Village Underground:

Wednesday,June 1st, 2011: Russell Bittner of Poet’s Corner invited me for an interview that was featured on PoetZine for the month of June. To read the full interview CLICK HERE:

Sunday, May 22, 2011: The bkbooth Photobooth caught us this Sunday at The Brooklyn Bowl:

Wednesday, May 11, 2011: Here are some pictures from a performance we did for the “Behind the Book” Fundraiser with an stunning group of artists including Carlos Andres Gomez, Bonafide Rojas, Rabbi Darkside and more:

Thursday, April 21, 2011: MC IllSpokinn curates a series of tribute shows wherein local artist do a full concert of cover songs by one legendary group. Here’s a shot of Robin performing at the Fugee’s Tribute Show at Sullivan Hall, NYC. AND here’s a LINK to the video footage of his performance:

Thursday, April 14th, 2011: We just released the video for our song “Could’ve Been Me.” It features an ALL STAR GUEST CAST, including Queen Godis, Tahani Salah, Shaun Scheme, Marcy Alexis, Brindha Sithambarnathan, Antonio Rey, MY PARENTS!, MY BROTHER!, Kevin Short, Tonya Short, Kevin Colombo! Directed by Jose Infante! CLICK HERE to watch:

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011: “Dialect of a Skirt” was  a finalist for the Paterson Poetry Prize (1st Place Winner was Elizabeth Alexander–Barack Obama’s inaugural poet!) AND  two new poems were finalists for the Mudfish Magazine Poetry Prize (and will be published in the next issue) PATERSON POETRY PRIZE / MUDFISH MAGAZINE:

Thursday, March 24th, 2011: The Robin & The Lady Poet did a return featured performance for The Inspired Word’s Thursday night series.

Monday, February 21st, 2011: In honor of President’s Day 2011, and also in celebration of Black History Month, we decided it would be perfect timing to release the video for our song, “Imagine,” which is a tribute to the story of the lives of Barack Obama’s parents. CLICK HERE to watch:

Thursday, February 17th, 2011: We performed a brand new song at our favorite performance series, “The Inspired Word.” The show was held in the Lounge at “One & One” in the East Village, NYC. It was such an honor to be in the presence of an energetic and loving crowd; and also to see the outstanding performances of cult-like super-fame poets Regie Cabico and Claudia Aleck.

Saturday, February 5th, 2011: We spent the first weekend in February filming the video for our song:  “Could’ve Been Me.” And, there’s a special treat: MANY surprise guest appearances…Coming soon!

Friday, January 28th, 2011: How beautiful are birthday parties? For Robin’s birthday, the long-haired, afro-centric, hippie-character from his Betty video (known as Nibor) decided to “show his face” at the dinner party: ON THE CAKE. Check out the Betty Video if you haven’t seen it yet.  ALSO, in addition to the full CALENDAR of performances that Robin has lined up with The Robin & The Lady Poet, you can also see him perform every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (during the second set, 12:00 am to 2:00 am) at the Village Underground, 130 West 3rd Street, NYC.

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011: The Robin & The Lady Poet had a super-fabulous show with the Jeff Robinson Band at the Lizard Lounge in Boston. It was a beautiful venue and a beautiful trip north  (in the middle of this terrible-terrible-cold winter). Photo credit, Anil Doshi:

Monday, January 17th, 2011: I did a reading from “Dialect of a Skirt” at the Yippie Museum & Cafe and E. Amato (in town from Los Angeles) also read from her beautiful book. After the show we traded books and took this picture together:

Thursday, January 13th, 2011: The Robin & The Lady Poet performed at (le) Poisson Rouge for the “Inspired Word” one-year anniversary celebration show. It was a remarkable evening with a remarkable line-up of poets. Much love and thanks to Mike Geffner.

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011: Today is one-year since the earthquake in Port Au Prince, Haiti. To honor this day me and Robin released this song we wrote last year as a tribute to Haiti. To listen / view photos CLICK HERE :

January 1st, 2011: Happy New Year! Beautiful news to end out 2010, which was a wondrous and blessed year: Dialect of a Skirt made The Poetry Foundation’s bestseller list for December (and that’s the 2nd bestseller list this year!). The Poetry Foundation’s blog “Harriet” wrote a fabulous review AND Greenlight Bookstore (Brooklyn’s own!) named Dialect of a Skirt one of its staff picks and wrote a blurb that was so magical it made me blush…Thank you, thank you, thank you. Welcome 2011! (links to the write-ups below)

To read the Poetry Foundation’s review CLICK HERE

To read the Greenlight Bookstore blurb CLICK HERE

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010: Here’s a link to a video of a The Robin & the Lady Poet live performance from Beau Sia’s September show: CLICK HERE TO WATCH

Sunday, December 5th, 2010: The Robin & the Lady Poet did a college performance at Yeshiva University. Here’s a shot with us and some of the students after the show:

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010: We traveled to Boston for our show at The Cantab Lounge (and to celebrate my birthday at midnight…). The Cantab had a packed audience with true poetry-lovers:

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010: The FABULOUS and ever-lovely Nancy Pantirer put together (AGAIN) an amazing evening of art, music, dance and poetry (and she throws an AMAZING party, too!). We were blessed to be able to perform with an array of artists. Here are a few pictures of the show and also some shots from the after-party:

Saturday, November 13th, 2010: I wasn’t there, but Dialect of a Skirt made a surprise appearance on the Q train in the hands and mouth of the extraordinary poet, Marcy Alexis. (And “The Robin & the Lady Poet” are on the book’s cover, so we were there in spirit!). Marcy was performing with the PUP Poet-Troop (PUP=Poets in UNexpected places). For more about PUP you can visit their blog at:

Thursday, November 4th, 2010: The Big Blue Marble Bookstore in Philadelphia hosted us for a beautiful reading (and Robin and I performed a few songs as well…). A big thank you to Minter Krotzer, Maleka, the bookstore and also to Harriet Millan (who also gave an outstanding reading and talk-back.) Here’s some photos of all the beautiful people:

Friday, October 29th, 2010: Two nights before Halloween we celebrated the release of the music video for Robin Andre’s song, “Betty.” The song is an amazing tribute to New York City love stories and we worked on it for months. Special thanks to the director: Jose Infante, the stylist: Noel Jean, hair and make-up: Vasha Thomas and also the producer of the recorded Itunes version of the song: Sedeck Jean. I play Betty in the video! Here’s some photos from the video and to watch it on Youtube: CLICK HERE.

Sunday, October 24th, 2010: Our beautiful and dearest friends, Mr. and Mrs. Fahreen Azfy & Anas Al Qutob had probably the most magical wedding of all time and, sadly, we were unable to attend. So, to show our exceeding love and wishes to them we wrote a new song and made a video dedicated to their love and union. Here’s some photos from the video and also a link to the song and the video. To watch it: CLICK HERE.

Monday, October 18th, 2010: The beautiful, designer-poet extraordinaire, Caits Meisnner and poet-genuis Tishon invited us to perform in an amazing show at the legendary La Mama theater in the East Village. Also performing were gut-wrenching-heart-breaker April Jones and the incomparable Adam Falkner. We don’t have any pictures, but here’s the exquisite flier made by Caits.

Monday, October 11th, 2010: The Robin and the Lady Poet performed for The New York Knicks College Fair, at the Roseland Ballroom. Here’s a shot of Robin singing his heart out.

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010: Beau Sia put together one of the most ALL-STAR poetry showcases that I have ever had the pleasure of being in the audience for-and the HONOR of being on the stage for. Thanks and much love to Beau.

Sunday, September 19th, 2010: Here’s some pics from backstage and onstage at the HOWL! Festival @ Theater 80 on Saint Mark’s Place. Many thanks to Regie Cabico for hosting us.

Saturday, September 11th, 2010: We performed at Recoup Lounge for the birthday party show for NYC-Poetry and ROCKSTAR ICON: Jackie Sheeler.

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010: And our last night in Key West we performed at the very charming lounge: Point Five, on Duval Street.

Monday, August 23th, 2010: Our first stop on our south-Florida tour was at the Border’s in Key West.

Thursday, August 12th, 2010: Performing at Mike Geffner’s performance series, “The Inspired Word,” at Le Poisson Rouge, in the West Village, NYC.

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010: We had a beautiful show at the Greenlight Bookstore, in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Two other Hanging Loose Press authors read with us and our host was the incomparable Angel Nafis.

Thursday, June 24th, 2010: On our last night in Los Angeles we performed at the Beyond Baroque Theater in Venice Beach, California. It was a beautiful little theater and I was so blessed to have some old friends in the audience. I even called my dear, long-time friend, actor-extraordinaire, Nelson Lee, on stage to do an impromptu dialogue reading from “Dialect of a Skirt” :

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010: On the third night of our Southern California tour we performed at The Basement Lounge in Long Beach for Derrick Brown’s series: “The Lightbulb Mouth Radio Hour.” Derrick and the newly-married Mindy Nettifee were our wildly entertaining and hilarious hosts for the evening. Here’s a picture from our performance :

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2010: On our second night in Los Angeles we played at the legendary Greenway Court Theater, also known as “Da Poetry Lounge.” The energy was hot and the crowd was amazing :

Friday, June 18th, 2010: With only two days until it was time to leave for our Southern California / Los Angeles-Area tour we did an interview and live performance in Brooklyn for Brian Moore’s radio show “Kinetic Source.” Here’s a link to the 18 – minute broadcast :

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010: Our first show of the Summer was at the Bowery Poetry Club, NYC, NY. Ashleigh Caffey donated her beautiful paintings to decorate the stage. An amazing list of talented artists performed for the show, titled: “Cherry” because it was something sweet: April Jones, Anne Walters, Members of the Village Underground Band, The Robin and the Lady Poet, Old Money, Mahogany Browne and Grace Kalembay. Here’s just a few pictures :

Friday, May 7th, 2010: The Robin and the Lady Poet performed for the “First Friday’s” performance poetry series in Narrowsburg, New York. Only 20 minutes from the town I grew up in! Big thank you to Laura Moran for hosting us :

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010: Here’s a photo from our performance at The Loft @ 81 Leonard for the gallery opening event for Nancy Pantirer’s spectacular art, in Tribecca, NYC :

Monday, January 11, 2010: The Robin and the Lady Poet at Bar 13 in New York City :

Monday, November, 30th, 2009: The Robin and the Lady Poet, at the live show and video-recording for MISC All Music-TV, at “Haven,” NYC, NY :

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009: The Robin and the Lady Poet performing at The Fat Black Pussycat, for the Book Release Party for Erica Miriam Fabri’s first book, “Dialect of a Skirt” :

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009: The Robin and the Lady Poet at The Ritz Company Playhouse, Hawley, Pennsylvania :

A PHOTO-BLOG, TIMELINE, (and somewhat of a diary) of the performances, news and events of “The Robin & the Lady Poet”: Musician, Robin Andre, and Poet, Erica Miriam Fabri

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