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Great Live Act

This is a fun group to see and hear live, especially if you like native drums. The drums are much more dominant live than on the recording, and they just thunder when Eagle gets going. Star People and Stomp Dance are great examples. Crank up the bass on your system and shake the house.

PBS Mt Rushmore

I hope this 2009 show is released to iTunes soon, a great show.


I just watched the PBS show the other day...they sound nothing like the cd. It's like they're not even playing the same instruments. Pick one or the other. Don't listen to the album AND watch the show on PBS.


Genre: New Age

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Native American musical traditions are fused with contemporary rock influences by pianist/keyboardist Brule (born: Paul La Roche). A member of the lower Brule Lakota nation who was adopted as an infant and raised in a non-Native family, Brule uses music as a way to bring together the two cultures of his past. During a telephone interview, Brule explained that his 1997 debut album, We the People was "a means to bridge the gap between small town Americana and the Native American experience". His second...
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