Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Martha Redbone at Joe's Pub Wed Nov 12th 9pm $18


If you have not seen Martha Redbone and her amazing band perform live, you must come out Wednesday November 12th for a special show at Joe's Pub celebrating The Public's Native Theatre Festival. To hear her great music, please go to this link http://www.myspace.com/martharedbonemusic

The voice, the music, the songwriting is beyond on point and deserves much more accolades for the push this artist has made as an Independant artist.

If there are any new Indie artists out there this show is a learning experience to see how to see a seasoned professional can carve out quite the niche as an artist independantly.
Martha Redbone gives all of us hope towards continuing our crafts as Indie Artists.

All I can tell you is if you come to see this show you will not be disappointed.

I hope to see you at the show.

Please review the email from Martha below with the show info.

Peace and One Love,


Hey folks,

Just a reminder for next week's show at Joe's Pub, opening night ofThe Public's Native Theater Festival.

We are excited to invite you to a very special Joe's Pub show!

November is Native Heritage Month and our show on Wednesday, November 12th,9:30pm, is part of The Public's Native Theater Festival, a celebration of work from Native artists hailing from the U.S. and Canada.

The four-dayfestival, composed of new work, readings, panel discussions and concerts, willrun Nov. 12-15 at the Public. This will be our last NYC show of the year, if poss, please do come and support this wonderful event hosted by the Public Theater and Joe's Pub and learn more about today's Native artistic community.

Special guest actor and bluesman Gary Farmer will sit in on a song or two.

Book early and reserve a table!

Band line-up: Aaron Whitby-keys,

Fred Cash-bass,


Kevin Johnson-drums,

Keith Fluitt-vocals

Martha Redbone & the Fellaz

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 9:30pmAdmission: $18

Joe's Pub 425 Lafayette St, near Astor PlaceGreenwich Village, NYC 10003 http://www.joespub.com/

On a political note, words cannot describe my happiness knowing that BarackObama will be our next President of the United States. I am overwhelmed by thepassion and spirit of so many of us who gave money, made phone calls, rallied,etc. to help make this election a success... and it worked. When I think of howmany people have waited for this day, how many have passed on not believing thisday would ever come, I think of our guitarist Alan AB Burroughs' 103year-old grandmother who was born during Jim Crow and lived to see this day...even though there is still so much to sort out, it is so important that we areinvolved in the decisions made in our country...a change has finally come...more later...

Kindness & peace,


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