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Clan Destine Amajacoustic Feature CD 12/30

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This weeks Feature Cd comes from the group Clan/Destine.  The band has been together since 1995.  They have performed at many different venues from Scottsdale, Center of the Arts to the Cavern Club in London, England to Australia, Germany and all across Indian Country.  Clan/Destine has performed for President Bill Clinton, and at the Inaugural Ball for President Elect George W. Bush.  The band won "Best Pop/Rock Recording" at the Native American Music Awards in Albuquerque, New Mexico for their second Album "Deeply Rooted."

Tune in this Friday, December 30, 2016 12 P.M. (MST) 91.3FM & 89.7FM to hear the entire album, a combination of native flute, drums, acoustic guitar, keyboards, and Didgeridoo.

Lorena Richards is an enrolled member of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe & lifelong resident of Ignacio, CO. A mother of three, Lorena has worked at KSUT Tribal Radio for over eight years. Before her passion for radio, Lorena’s passion was cooking which took her to Culinary School. Returning home she began volunteering for KSUT and has since worked her way into a full-time position & the current Content Director for Tribal Radio. Lorena has two afternoon programs during the week and she hosts the Tuesday & Thursday "Native Morning Show." Her goal is to get her Bachelor’s degree in Video Journalism.