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Ed Kabotie opens for the Plateros @ the Legacy Room
The Institute of American Indian Arts will host an outdoor music festival. The event is a student organized event in which the community is invited to attend. Several Native American performing artists and bands have been invited to attend, representing a diverse cross-section of musical genres. This is a free all-ages event open to the community. The event will be held at the IAIA Dance Circle. Participants are encouraged to bring chairs and to bring jackets. The Institute of American Indian Arts is an Alcohol and drug free campus. The Institute of American Indian Arts is located at 83 Avan Nu Po Road, Santa Fe, NM 87508. Bands and performers that will be present include: Scatter Their Own, Rock- Pine Ridge, South Dakota Scotti Clifford and Juliana Brown Eyes-Clifford, are an Alternative Rock Duo of Oglala Lakota ancestry from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation of South Dakota. Scotti Clifford has performed across the U.S. and Canada as a Vocalist, Back-up Vocalist, Bass-Player, Drummer, and Guitarist. But now the Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist fronts the duo with Bassist/Rhythm Guitarist/ Backup Vocalist Juliana Brown Eyes-Clifford. Scatter Their Own, lyrically, pays tribute to the concepts and philosophy of their Lakota culture while fusing Alternative Rock and Blues into what they would like to call Alter-Native Rock and Roll. They believe that their music celebrates Grandmother Earth. http://www.scattertheirown.com/ The Plateros, Blues/Rock-Tohajilee, NM The Plateros are a three piece Blues/Rock trio from Tohajilee, NM. They have been performing since 2005 when the prodigious guitarist Levi Platero was only 12 years old. Since that time, the Plateros play nearly 200 shows a year. In 2009, The Plateros won the award for Best Blues Recording at the New Mexico Music Awards. Saving Damsels, Indigenous souls rock-Albuquerque, NMSaving Damsels got its start in Spring 2007 when lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist J.J. Otero (Navajo/Hopi) strapped a guitar across his chest and put to music his lonesome story of having done a good woman wrong and broken up a home. Accompanied with other introspection and more songwriting, Otero soon had a collection of “earnest, honest, and original” songs and set about collecting a band. They have won NAMA awards and NM music awards. http://www.savingdamsels.com/ The Delbert Anderson, Trio-Jazz-Farmington, NM Formed in the deserts of the Southwest United States - DAT is a cutting edge jazz trio that combines modern funk and jazz with ancient indigenous melodies. http://www.delbertandersontrio.com/ Innastate, Reggae/Rock-Santa Fe, NM A band that was formed in 2014 is already garnishing acclaim with their unique approach to Reggae and Rock music and high energy stage presence. Innastate’s members are a tight nit family that spans two generations, with members hailing form Santa Clara Pueblo, Jemez Pueblo, Jicarilla Apace and Ojo Caliente in Northern New Mexico. www.facebook.com/innastateband Nataanii Means, Hip Hop, Chinle, AZ Nataanii Means tells vivid stories and paints pictures into a world that most do not see. Telling the hardships of the everyday life of the Modern 21st century indigenous person. https://www.facebook.com/nataanii.means Indigenize, Hip Hop, Gallup, NM Activist and poet from the Dine Nation www.soundcloud.com/indigenize For more information, Contact, Adrian Wall, (505) 250-4280, firstname.lastname@example.org
PLATEROS PLATEROSWebsiteFacebookWatchLinksPLATERO'S IS A THREE PIECE FAMILY BLUES ROCK POWER TRIO, FROM TOHAJIILEE NM, THE EASTERN AGENCY OF THE NAVAJO NATION WITHIN THE SOUTHWEST OF THE UNITED STATES, THEY FIRST CAME ON THE MUSIC SCENE IN DECEMBER 2004, AT A SMALL CHURCH IN BIRDSPRING AZ, THEN BY APRIL 2005 THEY WERE INVITED TO THE BIGGEST POW WOW IN THE WORLD, "THE GATHERING OF NATIONS" BY NATIVE RAPPER AND MOVIE STAR "LITEFOOT" AND KNIFEWING SAGURA OF NATIVE STARS PRODUCTION FOR A 20-MIN SET ON THE "REACH THE REZ STAGE", AT THE TIME THE LEAD GUITAR PLAYER WAS ONLY 12YRS OLD, LEVI, CAME OUT ON THE STAGE THAT NIGHT AND JUST AMAZED THE PACKED CROWD, THE YOUNG GUITARIST SLID ACROSS THE STAGE WITH POWER CHORDS, AND SCREAMING BLUES NOTES AS HIS DAD MURPHY BACKED HIS SON WITH BASS GUITAR, VOCALS, HIS OLDER COUSIN KEPT THE BEAT ON DRUMS, AS THIS FAMILY GAVE THEIR 1ST MAJOR PERFORMANCE, BY THE END OF THE SHOW THE CROWD HAD JUST SEEN THE ARRIVAL OF ANOTHER NATIVE AMERICAN FAMILY BAND LIKE INDIGENOUS, REDBONE THEY GAVE THE YOUNG BOY AND HIS FAMILY BAND A HUGE WELCOME TO THE NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC SCENE. LITTLE DID THEY KNOW THAT THIS WAS JUST THE BEGINNING OF A JOURNEY THAT WOULD TAKE THEM FROM A SMALL INDIAN RESERVATION ACROSS THE ENTIRE COUNTRY EVEN TO THE 2009 U.S. PRESIDENTAL BALL. TODAY LEVI IS 18 YRS OLD, CONTINUES TO PERFORM WITH HIS FAMILY, THEY HAVE PERFORMED OVER 250 SHOWS SINCE 2005, THEY ARE CONSIDER ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING BANDS TO WATCH LIVE, IN 2009 THEY WON BEST BLUES AT THE NEW MEXICO MUSIC AWARDS FROM THEIR 2ND ALBUM "HANG ON", NOMINATED TWICE BY THE NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS IN 2006 AND 2008, THEIR FIRST MUSIC VIDEO "FOREVER I'M WITH YOU" WAS NOMINATED FOR BEST MUSIC VIDEO BY THE 2009 AMERICAN INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN SAN FRANCISCO CA, IN 2008 TO 2009 THEY WERE SELETED WITH OTHER WELL KNOW NATIONAL NATIVE ACTS IN THE 1ST NATIVE MUSIC ROCK TOUR IN 15 SELETED CITIES AT HARD ROCK CAFE'S ACROSS THE U.S SPONSOR BY THE SEMINOLE TRIBE OF FL IN CONJUCTION WITH HARD ROCK INTERNATIONAL, THESE ARE JUST A FEW THINGS THIS YOUNG BAND HAVE ACHIEVE, THEIR PERFORMANCE IS FILL WITH SOME AMAZING ENERGY WITH A MIXSTURE OF BLUES, ROCK, FUNK AND GOSPEL, WITH HIS COUSIN DOUGLAS ON DRUMS WHO STARTED THE BAND WITH HIM, IN MARCH OF 2010 THEY RECRUITED LONG TIME FRIEND AND COUSIN, BRONSON BEGAY, ALL THREE BOYS FELL IN LOVE WITH MUSIC AT VERY YOUNG AGES, WATCHING AND LISTENING TO THEIR FAMILY'S PLAY MUSIC AND SING IN CHURCH, THEY DIDN'T GET NO FORMAL TRAINING OF ANYKIND WHEN IT COMES TO MUSIC, JUST WHAT THEIR SCHOOL OFFERED, THEY LEARN BY EAR, AND MOST OF ALL THEY HAVE PASSION. THEIR STYLE IS A MIXS OF TEXAS BLUES, WITH A TOUCH OF 70'S ROCK AND ROLL, THOUGH YOUNG THEY HAVE GAIN A STRONG STAGE PRESENT, WITH LEVI'S STRONG BLUESY VOCALS, AND AMAZING GUITAR RIFFS THAT HAS BEEN CAMPARED TO STEVIE RAY, HENRY GARZA OF LOS LONELY BOYS, AND MATO OF INDIGENOUS, WITH THEIR OWN LYRICS AND MUSIC FROM THEIR FIRST AWARD WINNING ALBUM "HANG ON", THEY HAVE GAIN A REPUTATION AS BEING A SOLID BLUES ROCK BAND.
Sounds Like: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Los Lonely Boys, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton
Manager: Native Edge Managament
PLATEROS IS A THREE PIECE FAMILY BLUES ROCK POWER TRIO, FROM TOHAJIILEE, NM OF THE EASTERN
AGENCY OF THE NAVAJO NATION WITHIN THE SOUTHWEST OF THE U.S.A. THEY FIRST CAME ON THE MUSIC SCENE IN 12/04 AT A MUSIC FEST IN BIRDSPRING, AZ. BY APRIL 2005
THEY WERE INVITED TO THE BIGGEST POW WOW IN THE...See Full Bio
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“Levi Plateros is this year’s version of Los Lonely Boys, The Plateros band includes his father on bass and a cousin on drums. Their multi-layered vocal lines are pure and sweet. While Levi’s muse is a blasting guitar line set over rich melody lines, this band can pile-drive a song with the best of the blues genre’s bashers and then just as easily pull back with heavy pop music hooks and soft, melody rich tracks. If the debut album by Los Lonely Boys ever got your toes tapping – Plateros is a fine second step. Plateros is an all Navajo band and fits nicely among other indigenous and/or sibling acts like; Santana, Indigenous, Los Lobos, Homemade Jamz Blues Band and the aforementioned Los Lonely Boys. Again, this is a band worth keeping your eye on and it is fair to expect big things from them in the future.”