Rich Ferguson has performed nationally and has shared the stage with Patti Smith, Ozomatli, Wanda Coleman, Exene Cervenka, T.C. Boyle, Loudon Wainwright, Bob Holman, and many other esteemed poets and musicians. He has performed on The Tonight Show, at the Redcat Theater in Disney Hall, the New York City International Fringe Festival, the South by Southwest Music Festival, and Stephen Elliott’s Rumpus. He is also a featured performer in the film, What About Me? (the sequel to the double Grammy-nominated film 1 Giant Leap), featuring Michael Stipe, Michael Franti, k.d. lang, Krishna Das, and others. He has been published in the LA TIMES, has been widely anthologized, spotlighted on PBS (Egg: The Art Show), and was a winner in Opium Magazine’s Literary Death Match, LA. Ferguson is a Pushcart-nominated poet, and also a regular contributor and poetry editor to the online literary journal, The Nervous Breakdown.
Bo Blount is a multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer based in Los Angeles. He began his music career as a songwriter and guitarist, performing and recording with several acts before relocating West in 1999. His bands have been featured in CMJ and other industry trades, on both terrestrial and Internet radio, and have opened for the likes of Aleka's Attic (River Phoenix), Derek Trucks, The Catherine Wheel, Elastica, and Superchunk. In addition to engineering and sound recording, Bo also produces/composes score for film and television. In 2008, he wrote and recorded electronica-infused spoken word tracks for 10K Poets, a Seattle-based music label and publishing company. We Voice Sing was born out of a collaboration with local poet (and 10K contributor) Rich Ferguson.
Collectively, We Voice Sing has performed at The Bowery Poetry Club (NYC), The DocMiami Film Festival, the Santa Cruz Poetry Festival, Fontana's (NYC), Beyond Baroque (Venice), Molly Malone's (L.A.), and other national venues. Their first studio album, "Of Wishbones and Gunfire" is currently out on Radarless Records.