Farmer’s Troublemakers visit KSUT

Gary Farmer and his band of ‘Troublemakers’ made a special in-studio appearance to the KSUT studios, Wednesday, Sept. 16. The intimate three-song sessions were aired simultaneously on KSUT’s Pubic and Tribal Radio signals. Pictured left to right are: Guitarists Derek Miller, Marc Brown, bassist Jaime Bird Yellow Horse and drummer Jme Russell.
Gary Farmer (left) said in an interview with KSUT Tribal Radio Program Manager,. “We need our own musical institutions, acting and music centers, for our people.” Sheila Nanaeto said.
Guitarists, Derek Miller (left) and Marc Brown, an Alaskan Native, belt out an original piece written by Brown, “about a girl from the south, a thousand miles north of here.”
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum

Gary Farmer and his band of ‘Troublemakers’ made a special in-studio appearance to the KSUT studios, Wednesday, Sept. 16. The band performed in the 49 Lounge of the Sky Ute Casino Wednesday evening, as part of the Ignacio Blues series. The series is a free event presented by KSUT and Crash Music, every month at the 49 Lounge in the Sky Ute Casino Resort. Upcoming Blues artists coming to Sky Ute Casino are: Kirk James, Oct.20, Eddie Turner, Nov.17 and Anthony Leon & The Chain, Dec. 15.

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