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PLAZA STAGE PERFORMANCES

LOCATION

Santa Fe Plaza Stage

DATE

Varies. See Below.

TIME

Varies. See Below.

SaturdaY, AUGUST 20, 2022

Randy kemp

Randy Kemp, Euchee: “Tzo-Ya-Ha” (Children of the Sun),
Mvskoke, and Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

A Retired Environmental Graphic Designer Sr. of 30 years at Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. He is an Alumnus of the Katherine K. Herberger College of Fine Arts at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. A recipient of an Associate of Arts degree from the reputed Bacone Junior College in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Randy is a multidisciplinary artist. His body of work includes mixed media, painting, printmaking, film and theatre, storyteller and flute player. His artwork has been exhibited in prominent museums, galleries and private collections throughout the world.

As a music recording artist, nominate for “Best Spoken Word” and “New or Debut Duo/Group of
the Year” at the 10th and 18th Annual Native American Music Award (NAMA), respectively.
And nominated for “Best Instrumental Album” at the Manito Ahbee Indigenous Music Awards
(IMA), in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. Randy also performed prelude flute music for President
Barack Obama (70,000 in attendance) at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.

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No Bull Comedy

Five comedy performers – all on one stage! 

Presenting:

duncan family

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ADRIAN WALL Trio

The Adrian Wall Trio brings together the music and history of Native America. Combining traditional Native music with
contemporary western music influences of Jazz, Americana,Pop and Rock, the Adrian Wall Trio creates beautiful and innovative style of Native American Music. Adrian Wall Trio consists of Adrian Wall – Guitar, Flute, Vocals (Jemez Pueblo), Ehren Kee Natay – Percussion, vocals, Flute (Navajo) and Romeo Alonzo – Keys, Saxophone.

“Love Songs From Native America” is a production that centers around the history of the Native American flute as it applies to North America.

The Adrian Wall Trio includes elements of storytelling, traditional and contemporary song and Native American flute supported by top notch musicians.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

LIGHTNING BOY FOUNDATION

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SAGE CORNELIUS

Sage Cornelius is young native musician from Topeka, Kansas, whom effortlessly puts a unique mean spin on violin with ease. Sage first started playing music at eight years old upon hearing “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” and hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, Sage has been seen busking on the streets, playing in symphonic orchestras, shredding in metal bands, accompanying mariachi bands, playing

alongside hip hop artists as well as touring with national recording soul singer Shawn James. His most recent notable achievement is a collaboration with metal meme sensation/Youtube vlogger, Jared Dines, where the two have a heavy metal inspired riff off and can be found on Youtube at “Violin vs 8 Stringed Guitar”.

Sage’s catalogue of music embodies multiple genres ranging from cinematic movie themes, EDM anthems, acoustic jams, hip hop tributes and heavy metal

bangers. He hopes that his musical genre will be for everyone that attends his performances.

Sage was also a music teacher and has done various workshops with native youth and others over the years. On his artist page, his mission states, “With the

right tools provided, we have overwhelmingly large amounts of potential.” Sage wants to empower and be an inspiration to all that hears and sees his performances.

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LARRY YAZZIE

Larry Yazzie is a Native American (Meskwaki/Dine) and charismatic performing artist, actor, and Men’s Fancy Dancer, Men’s Northern Style Traditional dancer, and an Eagle Dancer. He is also the founder of the Native Pride Dancers of Native Pride Productions based in St. Paul, MN.

Each of these styles of Native American Dance has a unique look and tells a beautiful story through movement and music. Larry shares stories and teaches about traditional Native American dance styles and contemporary styles of dance mixed with traditional Native American and.  mainstream music during his solo performances and Native Pride Dancers’ performances.

Larry Yazzie is a member of the Meskwaki Nation in Central Iowa where he is a proud and respected member of the community. He is a two-time world champion fancy dancer (Schemitzun Powwow) and has been awarded top honors at powwows across the United States and Canada. Dancing from age seven, Larry began competing as a Fancy Dancer at Native American Powwows in his early teens.

Larry has taken Powwow Dance to the Performing Arts Stage and has performed as a solo dancer or within a full troupe production that he directs. It is Larry’s mission to educate, motivate, and inspire his audiences and bridge communities through his music, stories, and dance. He is committed to giving back to the world the many blessings he has received
through his dancing.


Larry’s notable stage repeat performances include appearances at the Walker Art Center, Ordway Performing Arts Center, Cowles Center, Reif Performing Arts Center, the OlympicGames, The Kennedy Center, and the National Museum of the American Indian in
Washington DC and New York City.

His versatility is also exemplified by invitations to accompany several modern rock and pop bands including Dirtwire and Portugal the Man on stage as a featured artist and special guest. Most recently, Larry received recognition from Billboard Magazine for his
performance with Dirtwire at the Gem & Jam Festival in Tucson, Arizona.

His most current film work includes Django (series: post-production), The Canyonlands (2021), Ghost Warrior (2021), Coyotaje (2018), Lapham Rising (postproduction), Kid West (2017), and No Blood of Mine (2017).

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Sunday, AUGUST 21, 2022

native american clothing contest

NARF

DUNCAN FAMILY

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charly lowry

Charly Lowry – Singer-songwriter – vocals / acoustic guitar / hand drum A musical powerhouse from Pembroke, NC (Lumbee/ Tuscarora). She advocates for tribal environmental affairs, justice and fair treatment, and awareness for Indigenous artists.

Charly founded the 501(c)3 “Peace in the Park” community arts organization in Robeson County to
stand against violence.

She has recently been inducted into the Recording Academy Class of 2021. Charly was selected to participate in “American Music Abroad,” curated by the US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the Association of American Voices.

Charly is currently obtaining her surveyor’s license to support landback for Indigenous territories.

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LARRY YAZZIE

Larry Yazzie is a Native American (Meskwaki/Dine) and charismatic performing artist, actor, and Men’s Fancy Dancer, Men’s Northern Style Traditional dancer, and an Eagle Dancer. He is also the founder of the Native Pride Dancers of Native Pride Productions based in St. Paul, MN.

Each of these styles of Native American Dance has a unique look and tells a beautiful story through movement and music. Larry shares stories and teaches about traditional Native American dance styles and contemporary styles of dance mixed with traditional Native American and.  mainstream music during his solo performances and Native Pride Dancers’ performances.

Larry Yazzie is a member of the Meskwaki Nation in Central Iowa where he is a proud and respected member of the community. He is a two-time world champion fancy dancer (Schemitzun Powwow) and has been awarded top honors at powwows across the United States and Canada. Dancing from age seven, Larry began competing as a Fancy Dancer at Native American Powwows in his early teens.

Larry has taken Powwow Dance to the Performing Arts Stage and has performed as a solo dancer or within a full troupe production that he directs. It is Larry’s mission to educate, motivate, and inspire his audiences and bridge communities through his music, stories, and dance. He is committed to giving back to the world the many blessings he has received
through his dancing.


Larry’s notable stage repeat performances include appearances at the Walker Art Center, Ordway Performing Arts Center, Cowles Center, Reif Performing Arts Center, the OlympicGames, The Kennedy Center, and the National Museum of the American Indian in
Washington DC and New York City.

His versatility is also exemplified by invitations to accompany several modern rock and pop bands including Dirtwire and Portugal the Man on stage as a featured artist and special guest. Most recently, Larry received recognition from Billboard Magazine for his
performance with Dirtwire at the Gem & Jam Festival in Tucson, Arizona.

His most current film work includes Django (series: post-production), The Canyonlands (2021), Ghost Warrior (2021), Coyotaje (2018), Lapham Rising (postproduction), Kid West (2017), and No Blood of Mine (2017).

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jir project

Eclectic Roots-Rock from the southwest Pueblos of New Mexico. Jir Anderson (Cochiti Pueblo, NM) guides you through a journey of stories about the homelands of the Cochiti Pueblo reservation in NM. Jir Project is a fresh take on blues-influenced music in the genres and styles of Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark Jr., and Jimi Hendrix.

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ABOUT THIS EVENT

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