Outpost has the pleasure of Indigenous and Danielia Cotton performing in Montclair.
The usual staple of blues/roots/folk rock is coming back to Outpost in the Burbs on Friday, June 13, starting with South Dakota band Indigenous and special guest Danielia Cotton.
New Jersey native Danileia Cotton is from a musical family of jazz and gospel vocalists. But her musical journey really began at age 12 when she received a guitar from her mother and performed in singing groups with her. She was the first to graduate from the New Jersey School of Performing Arts.
Cotton’s mix of rock, blues, and R&B can be heard in songs such as “Make You Move,” “Devil in Disguise,” “Sideways” and “It’s Only Life”.
Indigenous consists of Native Nakota brothers Mato and Pte (pronounced peh-TAY) Nanji, along with their sister Wanbdi (pronounced wan-ba-DEE) and cousin Horse. They, too, were brought up musically–their father Greg Zephier taught them all to play their instruments and nurtured them with the music of Buddy Guy, Freddie King, B.B. King and more.
Indigenous were heavily influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana and Stevie Ray Vaughn, and it shows in tracks such as “Things We Do,” “Bring Back That Day,” “Nothing I Can Do” and the instrumental “Eagle Heart.”
Indigenous and Danielia Cotton’s tickets are $25 in advance and at the door. They can be purchased at Keil’s Pharmacy on 732 Valley Road, Studio 042: Super Business Printer on 423 Bloomfield Avenue and the Isabel Rose Terra Tea Company, located inside the Montclair Public Library on 50 South Fullerton Avenue. They can also be purchased online at ticketleap.com. Hurry! You don’t want to get sold out and miss this great performance.
Parking is available in the lot at the back of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Montclair, located on 67 Church Street.