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Customer Reviews

Amazing music

Probably one of the most moving artist currently around. I absolutely love this cd and respect their message!

Beautiful

Being introduced to Nahko and Medicine for the People sparked a musical revolution in my life. Their music pulls things out of you that you didn't know were there. Spiritual, for real.

musicforlife1988

Music that leaves a strong message, powerful music. Some songs make you think, some make you smile really big, some may bring a tear. When I hear good music I get goosebumps.... every song on this album gives me goosebumps. This band is truely inspireing and leaves the listener with a sense of hope that maybe this world does have a chance at living in peace. Strongly reccommend to ANYONNE. THIS ALBUM GIVES YOU HOPE. THANK YOU NAKO AND ALL YOUR TEACHINGS

Biography

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '10s

Nahko (Nahkohe Parayno), a sixth generation Apache/Mohawk with a Puerto Rican/Indian mother and a Filipino father, grew up with the family that adopted him in an Oregon suburb, and suffered some early childhood identity problems until he began to ground himself in music, taking up the piano at age six, and in his teens, he gave piano lessons and directed musical productions for local schools. His talents landed him a seasonal production position in Denali, Alaska, and there, with the wilderness around...
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