Desiree Dorion grew up a mile and a half from the grounds of Dauphin Country Fest, one of the biggest outdoor music festivals in Canada. As a little girl, she would ride her bike there when the festival wasn’t on, climb up on the stage, and pretend to play to the thousands of fans that come to watch big country music acts.SHOW MORE
Tune in this Wednesday for a great show! Corey Medina & Brothers are a Blues-Rock band based in Minnesota led by Corey Medina from the Navajo Nation.
On this episode of Native Americana Audio Cafe.... Award-winning singer/songwriter Atsiaktonkie is on the rise again with a new album in the works as well as a new incarnation of his band, December Wind. Today he sits down with Keith to discuss current and past events.SHOW LESS
Old Rock & Roll, Kickin' Country, Swing & Soul pretty much sums up this Energetic Northern Minnesota Group, The Christopher David Hanson Band is known for shows that bring out the dancers, fellow musicians, and story song lovers.SHOW MORE
Another amazing sit down with 4 excellent Native musicians. Bluedog is an Award-Winning Blues band featuring female blues vocals, rocking blues guitar, hot keys and solid rhythm and bass.SHOW MORE
As world-renowned dancers, Lumhe and Samsoche Sampson (Mvskoke Creek/Seneca)—a.k.a. the Sampson Brothers— strive to promote cultural pride, unity, and hope by setting a positive example through art, education, and dance.
Born into the respected multi-generational traditional singing Wood family, Fawn Wood’s singing reflects her Cree and Salish tribal lineage. Dallas Waskahat is her partner in music and life
Community organizer, artists, singers, and much more just touches the tip of skills and passions these two artists have in this father/son interview
In the fall of 2017, David Huckfelt left behind the familiar—the comfort of his home in Minneapolis; the camaraderie of his critically acclaimed band, The Pines; the luxuries of heat, hot water, and electricity—and relocated to Isle Royale, America’s most remote and least visited national park in mighty Lake Superior
Check out the latest episode of Native Americana: Audio Cafe. Annie Humphrey is an Ojibwe mother, singer, songwriter and visual artist who was born and raised on the Leech Lake Reservation in Northern Minnesota. Annie's music career began out of pure necessity. With two young children to care for, she began performing at coffee houses and local events. Get the latest on her new CD.
Check out the latest episode of Native Americana . . . Keith Secola interviews Chaz Wagner, one of the founders of War Bonnet, an experimental / rock / traditional Native American band from the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa in Northern Minnesota.
Keith Secola sits down with Cody Blackbird and discusses music, inspiration and much more. The Band experienced the Covid-19 Pandemic in Florida while on Tour and 36 hours from their home in AZ. He has been staying creative and passing the time and helping to flatten the curve. He intros The Cody Blackbird Bands music video "Crazy".
Jeremy Ylvisaker is a multi-instrumentalist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a member of the indie rock bands Alpha Consumer and The Cloak Ox. Jeremy performs a song inspired by his father who was a major influence in his musical career. He also cues up an artfully done music video he produced titled "Cry On".
Keith sits down with Zach Carothers & John Baldwin of Portugal The Man. Zach & John reflect on their story of awareness of Indigenous issues and how they are sharing the massage of the Indigenous Lands and Peoples along their touring travels and beyond. They give an update on their activities during the Covid-19 Pandemic and share a live performance of "Feel it Still"
Check out this great video . . . This episode features Rich Mattson and Germain Gemberling of Rich Mattson and the Northstars! Rich loves to perform and has been keeping busy during these days of Covid-19 . . . hear about his efforts to provide music performances for those sheltering in place during these pandemic times. Germaine shares a little about their song writing and upcoming CD project they're working on now.
Native Americana Host Keith Secola sits down and catches up with 3 time Grammy Award-winning Native American Musician Bill Miller. They discuss viewpoints on the Covid-19 Pandemic and some powerful interpretations of Native American teachings they have experienced in their travels as Native American musicians. Bill also shares a new song from his upcoming unreleased album.
Check out this great video . . . Native Americana host and Native American Music Icon Keith Secola sits down with Freddy Trujillo. Freddy hails from Portland, Oregon and shares his views on the intertwining of Native American and Chicano experiences in rock & roll.
Check out the inaugural episode of Native Americana. Fresh off the Rez for your musical enjoyment. In this first episode Native American Music Icon Keith Secola sits down with Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Hip-Hop artist Brutis Baez aka Bigg B and talks about his latest projects and shares a peek into his creative process. He also demonstrates some newly developed artistic skills that adds to his ever-evolving growth as a musician. Skills that his fans and listeners will enjoy.