LTA is proud to present rap artist, Talon Bazille (Cheyenne River Lakota and Crow Creek Dakota tribes in South Dakota.)
Also a producer and sound designer,Talon's work centers in a reality that refuses to separate “traditional” and “modern” themes of Indigenous/human existence.
🎟 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR at 7PM ✨ $5-$30 PAY WHAT YOU WISH cash/ credit 🍹 7pm Happy Hour Cocktail/Mocktail Specials! 🎤 8:00 pm TALON BAZILLE
🎫 This is an all ages event. I.D Required
👻 MORE ABOUT TALON Today, Bazille lives in South Dakota where he continues to create music, produce other artists, and compose soundscapes. His work has been performed in places like the Kennedy Center all the way to small tribal halls back on the reservation, and now currently, a soundscape he has composed for Dyani WhiteHawk’s piece (also in collaboration with Leya Hale), “RELATIVE” - as part of the Rising Sun Philly exhibition at PAFA. “I’ve come to find that music is my only way of making good-sense of the world, and I want to honor that feeling it gives me by doing this in an honest way.”
🙏 --- This activity is funded in part by Springboard for the Arts, Rural Regenerators Fellowship and by the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council made possible by the voters of Minnesota, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.