A Suburban High School History Class on The First Day of Black History Month: Live from Largo

SPONTANEANATION with Paul F. Tompkins #61 May 23, 2016

Paul F. Tompkins welcomes the people right here and people out there, to a LIVE episode of Spontaneanation, recorded at the world-famous Largo at The Coronet! This week, Paul’s special guest is returning champion and hip-hop artist Open Mike Eagle! They chat about why Mike might have a long face, what caused the end of Mike’s graffiti career, and having his son be a part of some of his live shows. Paul is then joined by Jordan Black, Nyima Funk, and Daniele Gaither to improvise a story set in A Suburban High School History Class on The First Day of Black History Month. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano! SPONTANEANATION LIVE returns to Largo on Saturday, June 4th, with improvisors Nyima Funk, Colleen Smith and Chris Tallman, with special interview guest Robyn Hitchcock! Tickets are available now: bit.ly/SPONT616

This episode is sponsored by Black Tux.

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