Friday, May 17, 2013

Indigenous featuring Mato Nanji to release 'Vanishing Americans' on May 21, 2013

Great to hear that Mato Nanji is getting set to release another album. Here is a media release on 'Vanishing Americans,' which is available next week... 

Indigenous Featuring Mato Nanji To Release New CD - "Vanishing Americans" On May 21, 2013
Indigenous will release 'Vanishing Americans' on May 21

Indigenious stretches Mato Nanji's already established musicianship into a hard-hitting, guitar-driven package of musical excursions and hard-hitting, blues-rock songwriting. 

Mato Nanji, longtime frontman of Native American band Indigenous has been known to say, “I always want to approach each recording project in search of a different sound and voice than I’ve used before”. On his 9th commercial outing, and second CD for Blues Bureau International, he once again accomplishes his mission. Vanishing Americans, his second with producer Mike Varney, presents Mato’s already established musicianship into a hard hitting, guitar driven package of high level blues rock songs. Hot on the heels of 2012’s critically acclaimed CD Indigenous Featuring Mato Nanji and 2012’s much lauded 3 Skulls And The Truth where he traded licks with Los Lobos front man David Hidalgo and North Mississippi All Stars front man Luther Dickinson, Vanishing Americans is the next logical step in the evolution of Indigenous’ time tested blues rock brand. Vanishing Americans combines the best elements of past Indigenous CD’s...

Mato Nanji, guitarist/vocalist for Indigenous came into the international spotlight with the release of Indigenous’ Things We Do record in the late 90’s. The band was constantly on the road building their brand resulting in their two most successful records reaching combined sales in the United States in excess of 200,000 units. Many guitar fans know Nanjo from his years on the Experience Hendrix Tour where Mato has been featured along with other guitar heroes including Eric Johnson, Kenny Wayne Shepard, Robert Randolph, Brad Whitford, Buddy Guy and others. Mato is always quick to mention what an honor and learning experience the tour has been for him. 

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