The Bad One, Urban Dance Poetry

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Being older and having lived, Bill Cox, The Bad One, has edge and plenty to say. The Dowagiac, Michigan native and US Navy vet feels that there are many artists with talent, but have nothing to say; they lack substance in their content. Though not a signer, Bill considers himself a hybrid performing urban dance poetry which his poetry to a killer dance beat. Check out his poems “I Love the Fat Chicks,” “You Took My Girl,” and “Is She Male.”

Bill’s music influences include Elton John, Motown, Alternative (Cure, Erasure, Pet Shop Boys, The Smiths), and Oasis. He credits Cheech & Chong as comedy inspiration.

 

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