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Anishinaabe artist, Keith Secola is an iconic figure in the world of Indigenous music. From “NDN Kars” to “Frybread” and way beyond, his songs hold a special place in people’s hearts. We get a taste of what happens live when he steps to the stage with his release “Grassroots Festival, Trumansburg, NY 7/20/19”. Listeners even get a chance to hear his cover of “Riders on the Storm.”
Break 1 music: Frybread [Live] (song) Keith Secola (artist) Grassroots Festival, Trumansburg, NY 7/20/19 (album)
Break 2 music: Wild Javelinas [Live] (song) Keith Secola (artist) Grassroots Festival, Trumansburg, NY 7/20/19 (album)
Donald Decker says
“Keith is now the sage of Indigenous music. His lyrics and guitar playing methods are right up there with the songsmiths of other folk singers from the past including Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger . He tells his stories from actual experiences, the imagery conveyed and placing the listener at the site of the music.”
Kevin Browning says
I need to go on the road with you brother as a back drop ?