Anishinaabeg blues rocker Keith Secola recently released his seventh studio album, Life is Grand, and has written a pop-rock-opera, Seeds, that was seven years in the making. Through both works, Secola is starting to pull a mainstream audience into, what has been, an underground following, and finding ways to stay true to his message along the way. …read more »
Choctaw singer-songwriter Samantha Crain chatted recently with Indian Country Today about her path as a musician, life on the road and her upcoming new album Kid Face. This week, Samantha’s getting more press but for the sad news that her guitars have been stolen! …read more »
Vincent Schilling’s book Native Musicians In The Groove focuses on the lives and accomplishments of Indigenous musicians.
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This past weekend, the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians hosted the Cabazon Indio Powwow XXX in Indio, California. With 65 participating tribes, the annual event was packed with more than 450 dancers and 6,000 attendees. …read more »
Sure we’re letting #PowwowWednesday take a break until the powwow trail gets busy again the new year, but we had to bring you this new video of Northern Cree knocking the moccasins off the crowd at the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians’ Powwow recently. …read more »
Cherokee rapper, actor, activist and mentor Litefoot has been influencing people on Turtle island for close to two decades with his music, movies and community work.
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Indian Country Today’s Vincent Schilling interviewed RPM’s own Christa Couture about her music career, touring and new EP releases. …read more »