Buffy Sainte-Marie at Blue Note Jazz Festival: Folk Star and Native American Activist
Catch this rare New York City live appearance from folk and Native American activist pop star Buffy Sainte-Marie at the Blue Note Jazz Festival. Accompanied by her five-piece all-Aboriginal band, Sainte-Marie will perform her last recorded songs from 2008's Running for the Drum along with her most-requested fan favorites. Her amazing songwriting skills led to numerous covers of her classics, from "Universal Soldier" (one of Donovan's first hits) to "Up Where We Belong" (performed by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes for An Officer and a Gentleman) to "Until It's Time for You to Go" (a hit for Elvis Presley). Her activism on behalf of Native Americans earned her a recurring spot on Sesame Street and led to the creation of a JUNO category for Music of Aboriginal Canada. Hear these passionate hits from the mouth of one of the only singers who has been championing the Native American perspective in song for over 40 years.
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The last date listed for Buffy Sainte-Marie was Tuesday June 18, 2013 / 7:30pm (Doors Open 6:00pm).