James Berg is jamesfromtheusa


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WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE MUSIC

Studios FUSE in Lincoln Park (Chicago)

WED NIGHT LIVE MUSIC

Dates for the remainder of 2018:

November 21, December 12, December 19

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“Trouble” — original song performed at Au Chat Noir
(composed in collaboration with Matt Robinson of Old Shoe)
Spoken Word Paris — July 2016 — Paris, France

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“Passport” — featured performance at InsideOut Gallery
Here: Say Storytelling — March 2016 — Traverse City, MI

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“Trouble” — feature set of original songs and stories at Le Bistrot des Artistes
Open Secret — August 2016 — Paris, France (Audio engineer: Paul Priest)

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“House of Peace” — original song performed at Au Chat Noir
(Composed in collaboration with Paul Priest of Old Shoe)
Spoken Word Paris — July 2016 — Paris, France

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“Reunion” at The Workshop Brewery
Here:Say Storytelling — May 2017 — Traverse City, MI

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“See My Face” — original song performed at Au Chat Noir
(composed in collaboration with Matt Robinson of Old Shoe)
Spoken Word Paris — July 2017 — Paris, France

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“Toe to Toe” at The Workshop Brewery
Here:Say Storytelling — May 21, 2018 — Traverse City, MI

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About

Dividing his time between the United States and France, James Berg performs as a poet, storyteller and musician. Often collaborative, his songwriting has been produced by Americana folk/rock musicians and was included on Old Shoe’s Family, named by WXRT as best Chicago album of the year. James’s past and upcoming poetry, fiction and nonfiction are available in Paris at Shakespeare & Company bookshop through Spoken Word Paris and Paris Lit Up publications. James teaches college rhetoric, literature, grammar, composition and creative writing previously as department coordinator at The Illinois Institute of Art – Chicago and presently with the City Colleges of Chicago. James has a Master’s degree in Rhetoric and Composition Pedagogy from DePaul University and is completing an MFA in Creative Writing at Northwestern University. His MFA thesis is a crime novel, loosely based on Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Photo by Sabine Dundure