Red Roads and Blue Highways: An American Journey in Song and Word

Join Kent Nerburn and Larry Long on Friday, February 19, 2016, 7:00 – 8:30 PM for an evening of songs, stories and music that expresses how their time with First Nations peoples has changed their hearts and transformed their lives.

Larry Long, a long-time friend of Pete Seeger, has been called America’s troubadour. Kent Nerburn has been praised as one of the few non-Native authors who can respectfully bridge the gap between Native American and non-Native cultures. From Lakota Sun Dances to forgotten Native battlefields, from sitting with native youth at the feet of tribal elders to composing songs with Anishinaabe children on the shores of Lake Mille Lacs, the experiences of the two men weave together to create an unexpected synergy and chemistry—while shining a light on the humanity behind our cultural differences. The evening promises to be an event to remember.

Books and CDs will be available at the event; there will be a book/CD signing following the program.

Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality / St. Catherine University / 1890 Randolph Avenue / St. Paul, MN 55105 / 651-696-2788