NO COVER, NO MINIMUM Returns to SDPB TV with Brulé
The classic early 1980s South Dakota Public Broadcasting local music series NO COVER, NO MINIMUM is returning to SDPB Television with a new generation of musical talents who are from or performing in South Dakota.
The season begins with Brulé and AIRO at 10 p.m. CT/ 9 MT Saturday, Nov.10 (after the football game). The session was recorded before a live studio audience in the SDPB Television Studio on the University of South Dakota campus. The session is available at SDPB.org, as well.
Brulé (Paul LaRoche) and his band, AIRO (American Indian Rock Opera), have become one of the top-selling Native American recording groups with more than a million CDs sold worldwide. Brulé has made national appearances on Regis and Kathie Lee, CNN Worldbeat, QVC, and others.
This month, the group earned two 2007 national honors at the NAMMYs (Native American Music Awards): Best Duo or Group and Best New Age Recording for "Kinship."
In 2006, the Native American Music Academy awarded Brulé Best Compilation Recording for "The Collection" while his band AIRO walked away with Group of the Year for its release "Tatanka."
NO COVER, NO MINIMUM is expected to air about once a month. rg
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