Former SAIGON KICK vocalist Matt Kramer has posted the following message on his official web site:
"Just got off a plane from Albuquerque, New Mexico, where I performed as a guest of my friend Litefoot, and was the first live set I've done in almost 2 years, to a totally rocking, frenzied Native American crowd, along with the Grammy, and Native American music award winner guitarist Micki Free, native bands and rap acts blew the place up!! All day and most of the night at Litefoot's 'Reach the Rez stage' at 'The Gathering of Nations'. This is the largest gathering of Native American tribes in the world. The gathering gets over 200,000 people every year for the traditional pow wow dances, art and awareness fair along with the 'Reach the Rez stage.'
"Litefoot is a amazing rapper/actor friend that I've grown to respect as an artist as well as a role model speaker for the Native American people all over the globe.
"Litefoot is kicking off a 244-reservation tour that will be covering the entire U.S.A. including Alaska, and Canada.
"For more info check out ReachTheRez.com or Litefoot.com."
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