Bill Miller to Perform on July 16 in Portland, Oregon

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Bill Miller to Perform on July 16 in Portland, Oregon

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2011-07-15 00:00

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Award-winning singer/songwriter Bill Miller (Mohican) will be performing at the Newmark Theatre in Portland, Oregon, tomorrow, July 16. The concert kicks-off at 7 p.m.

In 2010, Miller was featured in NAPT's VisionMaker documentary For the Generations: Native Story & Performance which was co-produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) and Painted Sky.The film documents the efforts of Native performers to recast themselves in the 21st century. Examined through behind-the-scenes footage, performances and the artists' own words, the program delves into issues of health, fitness and Native youth.

Haven't seen it yet? Be sure to check it out. Miller is featured alongside the Painted Sky/Northstar Native Youth Dance Company, Jana Mashonee (Lumbee), Santee Smith (Mohawk) and Michael Greyeyes (Cree), Robert Mirabal (Taos Pueblo) and the Women of the Four Winds--Martha Redbone (Choctaw/Shawnee/Cherokee), Tracy Bone (Ojibway), Wayquay (Ojibway/Anishnabe) and Davidica Little Spotted Horse (Oglala Lakota).

Find out more about For the Generations: Native Story & Performance

Find out more about the July 16 concert in Portland

 
 

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