Osiyo skidoi; Tohitsu to all my relations & followers. Yes, it has been a spell since I updated this site, but I have been focused on my Red Road journey all of this year, experiences along the mighty powwow highway (including Drums Along The Hudson, Thunderbird, & the Bronx Native American Festival this past weekend), learning Tsalagi due to much time spent with my family of friends from the Cherokee Language & Cultural Circle NYC, and — above all — my engagement with the #NoDAPL resistance between DC & NYC. Still, I have also managed to write some new songs, including one in early August for our precious water protectors @ Standing Rock: “Mni Wiconi (Water Is Life).” Stay tuned for some press digital smoke signals about my upcoming Standing Rock benefit concert in NYC – the Sacred Water Medicine Show!
"This is music created by a lady with a very high level of passion and talent, with a clear idea of her musical influences and what she wants to do with it. Soul in country music is not a new idea, as anyone who has every listened to Hank Williams Sr, Johnny Cash or Patsy Cline can attest to. Kandia Crazy Horse just has found a way to bring that into the 21st century and it works marvelously."
~ Music Morsels, 12.15.2013