Event's DetailsAbout RUMBLE
Released in 2017 to great acclaim, filmmaker Catherine Bainbridge (Reel Injun) and Alfonso Maiorana sought to breakout of the darkness the role of Native Americans have in contemporary music history. Exposing a critical missing chapter, (both in music and in American history) Bainbridge’s film reveals how indigenous musicians helped influence popular culture. The winner of several “Best Documentary” awards at film festivals all over the world, “Rumble: Indians Who Rocked the World” has shed a profound and celebratory light on an under-appreciated population.
“Native art and native culture, it’s rising above the cultural genocide across the board and people are now rising and expressing and understanding and speaking and decolonizing. All of that and that strength is creating incredible art.” - Catherine Bainbridge
About Kim Moberg
Kim is a Cape Cod based singer/songwriter. Born in Juneau, Alaska, and of Tlingit descent, she draws inspiration from older and current musical forms of acoustic roots, folk, and country. A finger pick style acoustic guitarist, Kim’s introspective interpretation of songs is especially drawn to musical stories that tug at feelings of melancholy, heartbreak, and healing.
To learn more about Kim visit: https://www.kimmobergmusic.com/
Event's LocationWellfleet Public Library
55 W Main St Wellfleet 02667, United States