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Cafe Boogie
  • Artist: Jenni Nixon
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 9781876819613
  • Item #: SRD768196
  • Genre: Spoken
  • Release Date: 6/6/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Cafe Boogie on CD

Jenni Nixon is one of Australia's premier performance poets and is renowned for her riveting spoken word perfomances. Now you can enjoy spoken word versions of her captivating book Café Boogie as high quality audio. The CD also features a digital version of Café Boogie, complete with attached audio files, and with new poems and several additional illustrations by Nixon. With her long history of performance work, Nixon saw the production of this CD anthology as a natural progression from Café Boogie. The poems were professionally recorded at The Frequency Lab by Chris Hancock and the result is a high quality audio anthology that is playable in both home and portable CD players as well as in a computer. Jenni Nixon is a graduate of the Independent Theatre, Sydney, and worked as an actor for many years. She toured with the Queensland Theatre Company, delivering classic and contemporary plays along with a poetry program. As a performance poet Jenni has read at a wide range of events in Sydney, Melbourne, Wollongong and the Blue Mountains. Her poem "visitor at home" won the 2002 Leonard Teale Memorial Prize at the Henry Lawson Festival, Gulgong, NSW. Café Boogie was Commended in the IP Picks 2003 competition for unpublished poetry manuscripts. Jenni lives in Sydney and is an active poet/performer at diverse venues.