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When: Sat., July 4, 7-10 p.m. 2015
Price: Free
What once was a family act has become one again. When frontman Mato Nanji co-founded Indigenous in the ’90s on the Yankton (South Dakota) Indian Reservation, the band included his brother, sister and cousin. While the family went its separate ways, Nanji kept the band going, working his blues-powered guitar magic with a string of musicians. These days he’s working with another family-based group, the Plateros — cousins from the Navajo Nation in Tohajiilee, New Mexico. Together, they are Indigenous. This Saturday, the rockin’ act helps celebrate the Fourth of July at the Two Rivers Casino & Resort. The free concert will be followed by a fireworks display.
— Laura Johnson


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