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ThrowbackThursday: “Cabin In The Pines” live from the Sacred Water Medicine Show in NYC

As filmed by Camara Dia Holloway, some footage from my Standing Rock water protectors benefit concert, the Sacred Water Medicine Show, is now viewable on this site; click the tab for MUSIC.

This song, “Cabin In The Pines,” which is based on a once-real jookhouse in Southwest Georgia but is my sonic & lyrical paean to Appalachia / Affrilachia, remains one of my most favorite songs I have written to date. If you have not gotten the Native Americana / Country / Americana album that features it yet, Stampede, it is still at my CD Baby store:     STAMPEDE available here!

Playing herein @ Decolonize This Place / Artists Space in TriBeCa with my new band, Cactus Rose (minus Brother Evan on drums!) #mniwiconi #NoDAPL #ProtectTheSacred

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Kandia Crazy Horse in The Nation

So, I am off for a meeting with fellow Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance & Algonquin Pipeline folks of NYC to plan for our future actions, including more benefits for the water protectors of the Oceti Sakowin & many other nations. We just sent another bus off full of volunteers and many supplied donations to Standing Rock this past Sunday, so celebrating their road sojourn with them!

Here’s the latest press, from the Indigenous Peoples Day action I did last Monday, which mentions the Standing Rock benefit (Sacred Water Medicine Show) briefly: THE NATION

Enjoy your mid-week!


Sacred Water Medicine Show: My Standing Rock water protectors benefit concert in NYC #mniwiconi #NoDAPL

Good Friday, y’all! I am now getting feedback & documentation from the Standing Rock water protector camps benefit I conceived, curated & performed at last Saturday in Manhattan @ Decolonize This Place (Artists Space) in TriBeCa. Such was the response, I have been asked to undertake some more & when things develop, I will be sharing the word here & on my Instagram. Regardless, my personal commitment to praying for & helping support the Oceti Sakowin & other united nations assembled @ Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota remains unabated; the setbacks to the trips I was slated on since August were unavoidable, yet I still plan to be of service there. And we of the Eastern nations are paying attention to the similar projects here in our own “backyard,” such as the Algonquin Pipeline, & doing actions locally.

My #IndigenousWeek in NYC concludes tomorrow with the re-opening of the Caribbean Cultural Center (CCCADI) in Harlem on 125th Street. More to come! A’ho*

“Water Is Life – Solidarity Concert” on Saturday, October 8th, 2016 (All photographs by Camara Dia Holloway)

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14753196_531637043696880_5792530365201464589_o (With my lead guitar player/singer Jeff McLaughlin – Cactus Rose by Theodore Kuhnapfel)
14729315_10210341609234599_3472715491501719080_n (Alex Battles)
14681610_10210341609314601_8736319201832742049_n (Lonnie Harrington)
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14713560_531645400362711_8164107098134039851_n (Ebony Hillbillies)
14681833_10210341610834639_3725016544496197947_n (Bejike Luis Sanakori Ramos doing water ceremony & closing dance)
14724638_10210341608674585_1973248216076382922_n (My Tsalagi aunty Eagle Woman (our hostess & emcee) & the gang getting the shoutout on the welcome wall @ Decolonize This Place)
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Sacred Water Medicine Show in NYC on 10/8 @ 7pm #NoDAPL

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Dear Family, Friends, Followers & Folks – Come on out to the Standing Rock benefit concert that I conceived, curated & will perform at on Saturday, October 8th, in Manhattan @ Decolonize This Place, 55 Walker Street, 7pm (doors 6pm), $10 suggested donation. We will be having an evening of indigenous musicians and visual artists coming together with our allied friends from the Brooklyn Country scene to sing, dance, speak about the pipeline resistance & generally raise a joyful noise standing in solidarity with the Standing Rock Oceti Sakowin, united Native nations from across America, and their allies as they winterize to combat the Bakken project afflicting sacred burial sites, the Standing Rock reservation, and lands and water all along the Missouri River.

The featured performers:

Kandia Crazy Horse (Pamunkey)

Ebony Hillbillies (Catawba)

Morgan O’Kane

Alex Battles

Lonnie Harrington (Seminole)

Luis Sanakori Ramos+Band of Tainos (Taino)

& Special Guests including Jana Brownbear, Anastasia McAllister, Bianca Dagga & More

Emcee/speaker: Tina Eagle Woman Johnson of Cherokee Language & Cultural Circle NYC

Facebook evite: Water Is Life – Solidarity Concert

p1030486 Kandia Crazy Horse (credit: Camara Dia Holloway)

13568787_492125720981346_5104601475048609822_oTina Eagle Woman Johnson (credit: Kandia Crazy Horse)

img_0436 Henrique Prince of Ebony Hillbillies (@the recent Harlem Hoedown) (credit: Kandia Crazy Horse)