Indigenous Tickets for Sale

In the world of rock music, or music for that matter, a new band is born everyday. I am not too sure about that statistic, but if anything, it might just be every hour rather than everyday. There are some who make it and there are others who don't. Over the year various talented bands have come up though the grind and have entrenched themselves in the psyche of music lovers. The origins of these bands also make for some interesting reading and yet what counts finally is the inherent talent and the ability to slog and slug it out in the big bad and highly competitive world of professional music. Indigenous, is one of the bands that has lived up to its promise of good music; and this young band has vowed audiences and critics alike, making them the talent-to-watch-out-for. So if you want to listen to a talented new band in action, go get your tickets to Indigenous Live!

All the musicians of Indigenous are members of the Nakota Sioux Nation and have grown up on the Yankton Indian Reservation in South Dakota. They are all family members, and the quartet consists of brothers Pte and Mato, their cousin Horse and their sister Wanbdi. Their father Greg Zephier, who was Native American rights activist and played music throughout the Sixties and Seventies, was their primary influence. It was he who taught them how to tune the guitar, and introduced them to the joys of classic blues and rock by such legends as Jimi Hendrix, Albert King, Buddy Guy, and Santana. Their first recording came out in 1997 when Indigo Girls' Amy Ray requested the band to contribute a song to Honor the Earth benefit CD. Their first nationally distributed album, Things We Do appeared in 1998 on Pachyderm Records, which made the Top Ten on the Radio & Records chart.
Sorry, no upcoming events found at this time.
Their pedigree can be gauged from the fact that they have performed with the likes of Dave Matthews, Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, Indigo Girls, and Santana. The have performed on shows like CBS Saturday Morning, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and Austin City Limits. The popularity further increased with subsequent releases like the full-length Live at Pachyderm Studio, and the Blues This Morning EP. Moreover Mato's reputation as an electric guitarist of astonishing power and inspiration burnished following the bands popularity. They received rave reviews for their next album ‘Circle out in May 2000, with the New York Times proclaiming that the band had offered blues-rock elevated to spectacular heights. They are now out with their new self-titled album, which has delivered on the rich promise of previous albums and indefatigable roadwork. This album transcends the early influences of the band and takes the blues based hard-rocking music to a whole new peak of expressiveness and power.

The band is on tour now, and will shortly be performing at a venue near you. So, if you want to get rocked by the power of hard rock blended with some true blue music, then this is where you must be. Go get your tickets from your nearest ticket vendor.
Newsletter Sign-up

Receive our latest exclusive offers and special deals

Our Guarantee