Lumbee musician, songwriter, mentor and visual artist Willie Lowery passed away two months ago after a career of over four decades in art, music and community involvement. The psychedelic swamp rock, eponymous LP from his 1969 band Plant and See, is now set for reissue by Paradise of Bachelors. …read more »
Today Lumbee singer-songwriter Jana Mashonee released a new single, Stay With Me Baby. In this exclusive audio interview, Jana chats with RPM about her career path as an Indigenous female musician and her dedication to promoting her culture in this audio interview.
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Among the greatest of guitar legends in the history of Rock N’ Roll – according to the current issue of Rolling Stone magazine – are a number who are of Indigenous ancestry. …read more »
As always, to accompany our RPM Podcast we bring you a YouTube playlist of Indigenous Rock music videos.
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Lumbee singer-songwriter Jana Mashonee uses her musical talent as a springboard for her non-profit organization, Jana’s Kids, and this year she was recognized as the “2011 Woman of the Year” by yearofthewoman2011.com. …read more »
Lumbee/Coharie band Dark Water Rising took their name from their home near the rich, dark swamplands of the Lumber River in North Carolina. Apropos for a band whose music is an intriguing and inviting mix of soul, blues and indie-rock with depth, character and emotion. …read more »