Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012
Contributed by Marcus Blake
While many open mics have been poppin’ up in Miami in the past couple of months and many others have come and gone,
Stone Groove is getting ready to celebrate its 4th year at The Vagabond.
This week your host
Marcus Blake sent us over a song and video by performed at Stone Groove by long-time supporter, the very talented – Nia Devine.
Posted on Monday, August 20th, 2012
Poetry By Percival Jordan II. As featured in Stone Groove.
Marcus Blake, host of The Vagabond’s weekly open-mic night, Stone Groove Tuesdays, is curating a new poetry series on Tropicult to provide the artist and poets a home in the interweb.
The series features his own work as well as the works by other Stone Groove performers.
This week’s poem is titled “I Watched Them” by Percival Jordan II.
Posted on Sunday, July 22nd, 2012
Contributed by Marcus Blake. Previously featured in Stone Groove.
Marcus Blake, host of The Vagabond’s weekly open-mic night Stone Groove Tuesdays, is curating a new poetry series on Tropicult to provide the artist and poets a home in the interweb.
The series will feature his own work as well as the works by other Stone Groove performers. Kicking-off the series is the man himself — Marcus Blake, paying homage to the infamous
Stone Groove Square.
Posted on Friday, February 17th, 2012
Are you a performance artist, poet, singer, or musician? Know any? Stone Groove is calling out for a new breed of homegrown talent to step-up to the square and bring it!
Posted on Thursday, December 15th, 2011
Painter, fashion designer, radio show host, event producer and poet are some of the many hats Marcus Blake, aka Sosa Black, wears in his never ending quest for creative expression. Constantly stepping out of line and encouraging others to do the same, he is a rebel with and without a cause.
With the start of the new year, Marcus Blake will be releasing his fourth spoken word album,
Welcome to the Renaissance, under the alias Sosa Black.