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Fayth Hope 

When: Fri., July 17, 8 & 10 p.m. 2015
Price: $12
When Birmingham, Alabama soulstress Fayth Hope sings her poem “Jasmine Breeze Flower Ecstasy,” the jazz-backed piece swells into eroticism. It pants and pollinates, leaving a love trail of petals for us to pocket, or use as bookmarks for Hope’s upcoming hardback, Deliciously Imperfect: Poems, Prose, and Musings. The sexiness and sweet honesty she brought to the Beyù’s stage last year returns. —Eric Tullis
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