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Indigenous VoicesMar 12, 2021

Artist: Samantha Crain Hometown: Shawnee, Oklahoma Single: "Bloomsday" Album: I Guess We Live Here Now EP Release Date: April 9, 2021 Label: Real Kind/Communion In Their Words: "'Bloomsday' is the kind of song I never thought I'd be able to write. There is a certain peacefulness and stillness that I'd never thought I'd be able…

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Indigenous VoicesNov 25, 2020

Singing on the Land is a virtual music project that celebrates stories and historic sites across North Carolina through the voices of North Carolina musicians. In this installment, Arnold Richardson plays a hand-carved red cedar American Indian flute alongside Netye Lynch on a hand drum. The performance is filmed at Magazine Spring in Historic Halifax.…

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Indigenous VoicesNov 16, 2020

Singing on the Land is a virtual music project that celebrates stories and historic sites across North Carolina through the voices of North Carolina musicians. In this installment, blues singer and guitarist Lakota John performs "Together at Home" at Town Creek Indian Mound. Don't miss an interview with Lakota John after the performance, as he…

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Indigenous VoicesNov 9, 2020

BGS is proud to announce Shout & Shine Episode 3! Indigenous, Canadian singer-songwriter Julian Taylor is our guest for this livestream iteration of Shout & Shine, which comprises short-form, intimate video performances by underrepresented and marginalized artists in Americana, folk, and bluegrass. Please support Julian Taylor directly, via PayPal: https://paypal.me/juliandeantaylor and visit Taylor's website for more…

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Indigenous VoicesNov 6, 2020

Canadian singer-songwriter Julian Taylor didn’t set out to make a country record with The Ridge, but the album oozes with authentic tinges of the vibrant, pan-Canadian roots music scene. Based for most of his career in Toronto, it’s not surprising that the album (produced by Saam Hashemi) feels crisp, modern, and listenable, but its inextricable…