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About the author:
Armond Blackwater is a world famous blues organist, writer, photographer, engineer, poet, and spoken word performer.
His professional musical career began in 1965 at the age of 12. He spent 22 years on the road performing, exploits of which will be released in his upcoming autobiographical novel Road Tales/Rode Tails. In later years he restricted himself to fewer dates at larger concert venues and legendary spoken word performances in his hometown of New Orleans.
As the 20th century closed Armond began exploring his passion for writing through music and movie reviews. His 2000 article titled "The Truth About The Death Of Jimi Hendrix as told by Ron Russell", a bold testimony to the murder of rocks' greatest guitarist, shook the world. Armond is assisting drummer Ron Russell with his autobiography.
His first book of poetry, Dimension Dancing, won overwhelming critical acclaim and set sales records at Café Be At Press.
Blackwater Tribe CD's have received similar acceptance featuring spoken word songs written by Armond to the Tribe.
Armond currently lives in Neptune Beach, Florida, where he spends time with his children, writing, and playing Hammond Organ with Spade McQuade & the All Stars, Shaun Lightfoot, Woody & The Peckers as well as Blackwater Tribe.
Descendants Volume 1
If My Descendants Could See Me Now
Cover design or artwork by
Lonewolf Blackwater, PJ Blackwater
Descendants Volume 1 contains observations and rules for life aimed toward the next generation, the New Beat Generation.
Armond Blackwater shares short stories via a unique poetic style that impeccably blends vivid imagery and stark realism with unabashed, unvarnished truth.
- Publication Date:
- 0980189012 / 9780980189018
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Short Stories