Mato Nanji And The Otis Taylor Band Benefit Concert

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Mato Nanji And The Otis Taylor Band Benefit Concert
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Native American Rights Fund says
Roots music visionary Otis Taylor and Indigenous front man Mato Nanji (Nakota Yankton Sioux) help celebrate NARF’s 45th Anniversary by performing selections from their 2013 collaboration, My World is Gone.

My World Is Gone features Taylor's trance-like reflections on subjects of social injustice, including the early injustices of the Native-American plight. "Mato inspired the entire direction of this album," says Taylor. "We were talking about history backstage at a Jimi Hendrix tribute concert he had just played, and, in reference to his people, the Native American Nakota Nation, he said My world is gone. The simplicity and honesty of those four words was so heavy, I know what I had to write about."

Doors open at 6:30 and there will be a full menu available for purchase. We hope that you will come early for the best seats and dinner and drinks before the show.
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By: Native American Rights Fund

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