Keith Secola, one of the headline performers from the GrassRoots music festival is coming to New York early so he can give a special concert at Hunt Country. He will be accompanied by his bass player and Suzanne Hunt on back-up vocals.
Keith Secola is often compared to Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen. He is a songwriter of the people and his genre is Native Americana. His decades of work as a composer, singer, songwriter, producer, and entertainer have made him an icon and ambassador of Native music. Keith’s gift for storytelling combines elements of folk, rock and roll, blues, jazz, reggae, world music, and electric 49 (pow-wow rock) with large doses of humor and wit. He plays guitar, flute, mandolin, banjo, harmonica, and piano, while singing in both English and Anishinaabe. NDN Kars (Indian Cars), his most popular song, is considered the contemporary Native American anthem, achieving legendary status and earning him a well-deserved cult following. Keith has been featured in documentaries and films, and has performed at the Olympics, the Kennedy Center, and events all over Europe.
For tickets and details, visit www.huntwines.com