Pura Fé


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    Great Grandpa's Banjo
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    Idle No More
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    Sacred Seed
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Although she was originally born and raised in New York City, Pura Fé has chosen to lay her guitars in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Pura Fé, an heir to the Tuscarora Indian Nation, is an artist, an activist, and much more. She still draws a large part of her inspiration from her rich First Nation heritage when she writes about today’s problems.
The “sacred seed” that gave its title to this new album is as much about First Nation legends as it is about Monsanto and GMOs.
“I’m often labeled as an activist. In fact, I place myself in the time-honored perspective of someone who accepts to bear the responsibilities inherited from my ancestors. It urges me to fight for the rights of indigenous people and denounce the threats to the environment, starting with oil and shale gas corporations.”
Her musical journey, running the gamut from folk to mainstream through an artful use of the blues, reflects the concerns of an artist who grew up in the Motown era, while citing Buffy Sainte-Marie, Charley Patton and Joni Mitchell as her true mentors. And, more widely, “traditional music from all over the world, wherever the spirit is connected to our roots.”


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