Evan Pritchard (Mi’kmaq), the host of the Tribal Harmony series, is an award-winning historian and author of more than 40 books on Native American culture including “Native New Yorkers,” “Henry Hudson and the Algonquins” (both now with Chicago Review Press) and “Bird Medicine (Inner Traditions)." Evan sings traditional and original songs accompanied by guitars, drums, flutes and djeegumadesq (a Mi’kmaq instrument). He has led hundreds of interactive events over the past 20 years; is a longtime collaborator with Pete Seeger; emceed the Beacon Two Row Wampum Music Festival in 2013, and in 2017 hosted a “Standing Rock on Hudson” concert series including one at the Clearwater Festival. This year he will emcee a “Tribal Harmony on Hudson” Pete Seeger tribute at the Clearwater Festival. He is a widely published poet, with several music CDs, is frequently on radio, and is often spotted late at night on The History Channel. Log onto algonquinculture.org.

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