|Chester Fritz to present Brule & the American Indian Rock Opera|
Brulé & AIRO has announced "The Spring 2009 Tour of the Midwest," which includes a stop at the Chester Fritz Auditorium at 8 p.m. Friday, March 27. The tour is in support of a Public Broadcasting Service special called “Live from Mt. Rushmore: Concert for Reconciliation of the Cultures.” Brulé & AIRO have become one of the top-selling Native American groups with more than one million CDs sold worldwide. The show is an experience that you will not want to miss.
Tickets can be purchased at the Chester Fritz box office, or online at www.brulerecords.com
Brulé was started by Paul LaRoche after discovering his Lakota heritage in 1993. Paul was adopted at birth and did not know his true heritage until both his adoptive parents passed away. It is Paul's mission to use the music of Brulé to bridge the gap between all cultures. The music and dance performed by Brulé & AIRO tells the story of Paul's journey and how it has greatly affected his life and the life of those around him. Brulé consists of Paul on keyboard, his daughter Nicole on flute, his son Shane on guitar, and his brother Moses on traditional drums. Together they want to share this spiritual journey with others and bring tradition side by side with modern influence.
For information or to schedule an interview, please contact Rob Uehling, 605-310-4435 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.brulerecords.com