Martha Redbone – Choctaw-Shawnee

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Martha Redbone
Martha Redbone

Martha Redbone is a musician of part Cherokee, Choctaw and African-American descent. She has won awards for her contemporary Native American music. Her music is a mix of rhythm and blues, and soul music influences, fused with elements of traditional Native American music. In early 2007, Redbone’s Skintalk won The 6th Annual Independent Music Awards for Best R&B Album.

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