Apr 04 2016
Indigenous

Indigenous

Presented by The State Room at The State Room

As one of today’s premier guitarists, Indigenous front man Mato Nanji has captivated audiences with his Vaughan and Hendrix-like prowess since coming on the scene with his family band’s award-winning debut album Things We Do in 1998. The blues world immediately took notice of the young native musicians from the Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota: a spot on the 1999 B.B. King Blues Tour; their 2000 sophomore release Circle produced by Stevie Ray Vaughan’s co-songwriter Doyle Bramhall; a 2002 invitation from the Hendrix Estate to join the Experience Hendrix Tour-of which Nanji is still a roster member of guitar legends paying tribute to the legacy of Jimi Hendrix.

Admission Info

$17/Each

Dates & Times

2016/04/04 - 2016/04/04

Additional time info:

Doors open at 7:00pm.

Location Info

The State Room

638 South State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Parking Info

We are conveniently located at 638 South State Street in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, right across the street from The Bayou. From 1-15, take the 600 South Exit and make a right on State Street and we are mid-block between 600 South and 700 South.

Street parking as well as a pay-for-parking lot.