Jackson Browne Announces ‘Honoring Quiltman’ Concert

Jackson Browne has announced plans for his Honoring Quiltman benefit concert. The show will raise funds and awareness for Quiltman Sahme, a traditional American Indian singer and drummer from Simnasho in Warm Springs, Oregon who lost his home in wildfires last year. The show will take place at the Pechanga Resort & Casino on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 8 p.m.More »

By mcarthurtiptoptux@comcast.net on January 4, 2018

Jackson Browne has announced plans for his Honoring Quiltman benefit concert. The show will raise funds and awareness for Quiltman Sahme, a traditional American Indian singer and drummer from Simnasho in Warm Springs, Oregon who lost his home in wildfires last year. A press release explains: “In the early 1980s, Quiltman began performing with American Indian activist, speaker and poet John Trudell. Trudell was a leader of the Occupation of Alcatraz in the late 1960s and Chairman of the American Indian Movement from 1973-79. He passed away in December 2015. Quiltman continues to sing with the original band members of John Trudell’s BAD DOG. John Trudell’s BAD DOG includes Mark Shark (guitars), Ricky Eckstein (bass & keyboards), Billy Watts (guitars), Debra Dobkin (percussion), Quiltman and his son Teewhanee Sahme (traditional vocals) along with Joel Rafael (vocals).” The show will take place at the Pechanga Resort & Casino on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 8 p.m. Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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