Singer: Frank Bangay. Title: Jewels In The Poundshop. Frank Bangay - Jewels In The Poundshop RAR archive MP3 format.
Known as the Bard of Hackney, Frank Bangay has been performing poetry and song for over 40 years on the London poetry scene. Marketplace 4 For Sale. Jewels In The Poundshop (CD).
Frank Bangay and Tunde Busari. Frank Bangay was born in Wandsworth South London in 1951. He left school at the age of 15 to a variety of different work experiences. He started writing poetry in 1972. Back in the early 1970s, Frank found that expressing himself through poetry helped him to disperse the gloom of his anxiety and depression. He discovered the Troubadour Poets who held Monday night poetry evenings at the Troubadour Coffee House in Earl’s Court, and he began reciting his poetry there. A True Voice Singing in 2001, This Topsy Turvy Life in 2004, and Jewels In The Poundshop in 2006. For the past few years he has been helping to put together a tribute album to the late Kevin Coyne. Frank being a long time fan of Kevin’s music. The album Whispers From The Offing was released in March 2007.
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