SOUL ASYLUM'S DAVE PIRNER, ACTOR-BLUES SINGER GUY DAVIS AND SPECIAL GUEST, ANISHINABE OJIBWE SINGER, WAUBANEWQUAY DAY, JOIN GOSPEL POWERHOUSE ROBERT ROBINSON AND TROUBADOUR LARRY LONG FOR TWO DAKOTA CONCERTS SATURDAY, MARCH 7 TWIN CITIES -- JANUARY 29, 2015 -- A legendary Minneapolis rocker now by way of New Orleans and a well known New York actor, writer and international blues recording artist -- both with deep ties to America's broadly defined folk music traditions -- will join the latest incarnation of the American Roots Revue for two shows at the Dakota, Saturday, March 7. Soul Asylum leader Dave Pirner and the multi-talented Guy Davis will team up with Minneapolis Gospel singer Robert Robinson and Troubadour and Community Builder Larry Long, with special guest, Native American singer Waubanewquay Day, opening with an Anishinabe Ojibwe Water Song. American Roots Revue works from the core of America’s richest musical traditions of First Nation, gospel, blues, folk, rock and R&B. Now in its seventh iteration, the Revue has reinvented itself with its most musically diverse line up ever. The special night will feature solo performances by each new member doing their own songs, as well as exciting combinations of singers never seen or heard before onstage. The revamped lineup of world-class performers is equaled only by the strong supporting musicians such as: Drummer Michael Bland (Prince, Soul Asylum, Paul Westerberg, et al); Guitarist Cory Wong (Bryan White, Alexander O’Neal, Foreign Motion, others); Pedal Steel player Joe Savage (Hank Thompson, Dan Wilson, Wanda Jackson, David Frizzell, John Gorka, and many others); Bass Player Jimmy Anton (Jonny Lang, Jesse Johnson, Doc Severson, others).
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