...So I'll have to tell you about Gordon Zola instead.


Battered, bruised but not broken, Gordon emerged from the wreckage of a life that had run aground on the rocks of love's clichés, to begin a meteoric rise from oblivion to obscurity as a performance poet. Armed with only a smile, good cheese guide and an unlimited supply of puns, he took the poetry world by storm, well a slight shower- and went on to inflict his debut cd 'No Strings', a beguiling mix of, poetry, music and humour, on the long suffering British public. A track off the cd, 'Sweet Rapper', was played on Key 103 radio.Despite many requests, local, (as in anaesthetic), legend, Gordon continues to confuse audiences from Bordeaux to Bristol, and lots of other places beginning with 'B' with his rye (as in bread) sense of humour. A past winner of many a slam and host of X-Pression, a monthly slam, held at the prestigious Green Room, Gordon's been published in numerous magazines. He's currently struggling to play the keyboard, is in the process of recording his second cd, and is at home performing, hosting, and entertaining at venues all over England, lesser-known parts of Uzbekistan, and Stockport.