In celebration of National poetry Month, avery r. young & de deacon board pay homage to a poetry/musician/activist Gil Scott Heron. In 1971, Gil Scott Heron released his 1st album on the Flying Dutchman Record label. The album, “Small Talk at 15th and Lenox” featured a bare acoustic version of a people that would make him famous. This poem was “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.” This poem would later be set to music and reintroduce the world to a ,usicain who work very exquisitely teeters the .Ines of personal and political. On Saturday April 15th, Avery r. Young wil, present a series of poems and sound designthat highlight the work of Mr. Heron and original works that showcase how influential Mr. Heron is to Mr. Young and his crew. Early arrival suggested.