Frank Brady, Spoken Word Artist

Frank Brady, Spoken Word Artist Photo by Chris Randall

Frank Brady, Spoken Word Artist
Photo by Chris Randall

Frank Brady, an award winning spoken word artist, director, educator & entertainer is what happens when the arts collide. He has tackled a wide range of topics through his work which has allowed him to perform at many different venues throughout the nation. Frank has opened and shared the stage with the likes of Lupe Fiasco, KRS 1, Melanie Fionna and J.Cole. Frank has also been featured at the Annual Black Solidarity Conferences hosted by Yale University featuring prominent keynote speakers such as Dr. Michael Eric Dyson & Corner West.

Frank has also appeared on television networks such as BET, CNN & NBC as well as being highlighted in publications such as Yale University’s Daily News, The Source Hip-Hop Magazine and The Washington Examiner. His love for the emotion of expression has taken him from Harlem street corners to sold-out theaters. His unique blend of spoken word, explosive stage presence & hip-hop has been called amazingly creative by both national and international audiences.

He has been featured at venues such as the world famous Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Baltimore Convention Center as well as being invited to participate in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Yale University Environmental & Social Justice Poetry Slam. Despite being performing at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, NY or the Renaissance in Los Angeles, CA, Frank continues to inspire and change lives with his gifts.

In 2007, Frank founded F.E.B Communications as a vehicle to steer his creativity. Through dynamic fusions of communication & the arts, F.E.B Communications offers engaging presentations, workshops & performances tailored to fit multiple audiences that have been utilized by many non-profit organizations, social service agencies, public schools and college campuses across the country. Frank is also co-founder of Driven2Inspire LLC which is a for profit organization working to provide life affirming presentations for multiple audiences across the United States.

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