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Neighborhood Concert: Martha Redbone Roots Project

Saturday, April 1, 2017 5 PM Brooklyn Museum
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Martha Redbone’s award-winning blend of Native American soul, Appalachian folk, and Piedmont blues has positioned her to become “Americana’s next superstar” (The Village Voice). She is a versatile artist who is equally at home in rhythm and blues as she is in conjuring memories of her Cherokee and Choctaw roots. In addition to an active performing career, Ms. Redbone holds an annual traditional music workshop for young people from the United Houma Nation.

Performers

Martha Redbone Roots Project
·· Martha Redbone, Vocals and Hand Percussion
·· Aaron Whitby, Music Director and Keyboard
·· Charlie Burnham, Violin
·· Marvin Sewell, Guitar and Banjo
·· Fred Cash, Bass
·· Tony Mason, Drums

Program

ALL-* PROGRAM
REDBONE / WHITBY / MCEUEN Garden of Love
STAPLES SINGERS Long walk to D.C.
REDBONE / WHITBY / MCEUEN On another's Sorrow
REED Undone in Sorrow
LAFARGE Drums
CASH Ring of Fire
REDBONE / WHITBY / MCEUEN Hear the Voice of the Bard
TRADITIONAL Eyes on the prize

-Intermission-

TRADITIONAL True Religion
TAJ MAHAL Queen Bee
REDBONE / WHITBY 40 Wheels (Appalachia)
GUTHRIE This Train is Bound for Glory
REDBONE / WHITBY / MCEUEN I Rose Up At the Dawn of Day
STAPLES SINGERS Freedom Highway
REDBONE / WHITBY / MCEUEN I Heard an Angel Singing

Brooklyn Museum
Rubin Pavilion
200 Eastern Parkway (at Washington Avenue) | Brooklyn
Subway 2 Subway 3 Subway 4 Subway 5 Subway s | Bus: B41, B45, B69
718-638-5000 | Venue website

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Brooklyn Museum
Martha A. and Robert S. Rubin Pavilion
200 Eastern Parkway (at Washington Avenue) | Brooklyn
718-638-5000 | Venue website

Lead support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation.

Public support for Neighborhood Concerts is provided by New York City Council Member Helen Rosenthal.

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