Keith Secola – Keith Secola is an award-winning figure in contemporary Native American music. He is an Ojibwa with the Anishinabe tribe born in Cook, Minnesota. He is married and has 2 children. Keith Secola plays guitar, flute, and also sings. www.secola.com
Tracey Bone – Tracey is a Country Roots Recording Artist.”Woman Of Red” is an empowering anthem and the title track to her latest album (2012) that encourages forgiveness and healing after the Residential/Boarding School plague that swept across our Red Nation. To walk with courage and share the stories brings us all freedom and the knowledge to pass onto our children and generations to come.
Davidica – With her poignant voice and blunt lyrics, her power chord filled riffs give her fans a positive way to channel their deepest emotions. Davidica’s original music is a reflection of her own life mantra, “Speak your truth.”. Her live performances have been described as “Electrifying”,-Rockwired Magazine. Her first single release, “Inside My Head” made it to #2 on the National Aboriginal Music Countdown Top 40.
War Bonnet – War Bonnet is a Native American Rock Band from the Ojibwe Reservations of Northern Minnesota.
All music and sounds were created by War Bonnet and is influenced by traditional Native American music of the 19th Century and beyond.
War Bonnet is:Chaz Wagner and Anthony Parson.
Rob Fairbanks – Born in Minneapolis, proud Leech Lake member, Rob Fairbanks exclusively known as “The Rez Reporter” currently residing in Cass Lake, Minnesota, started doing “Rez Reports” via Facebook page , “Rez Reporter” and through the YouTube channel, “Rob Fairbanks Channel” (2013).
2014 The Rez Reporter begun his stand-up comedy career. He has worked and opened with a number of other successful Native American comedians such as; Williams and Ree, JR Redwater, Tatanka Means, Ryan McMahon, Jim Ruel, Tonia Jo Hall, Stuart Perkins, Jon Roberts, Tito Ybarra and even Dennis Gaxiola of BET. Also, in 2014 The Rez Reporter and Tito Ybarra hosted a Public Access Channel TV show called “The Rob & Tito Show” on the Upstream Channel.