BORN ON THE REZ
BORN ON THE REZ is the first in a series of singles to be released in support of the Native Children's Survival #Honor1851Treaty campaign. Produced by Don Was, the single features Grammy Award winning artists, engineers, and Water Protectors including the legendary Kris Kristofferson and Dennis Banks. BORN ON THE REZ was written by Robby Romero at Oceti Sakowin Camp on 1851 Treaty Land at Standing Rock.
Award winning Native Rock recording artists Robby Romero and Robert Mirabal have come together with a new Alter-Native single IRON HORSE released August 12, 2014, during the Summer Of The Red Willow: Change The Name Campaign. IRON HORSE written by Romero and Mirabal, commemorates the June 10, 2014, culturally historic name-change of Kit Carson Park to Red Willow Park by the Town Of Taos.
Dakota Romero’s beautifully haunting debut recording of the classic traditional song LA LLORONA (English: Weeping Woman) commemorates the Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos). Her performance is dedicated to the memory of her Grandmother, Ida Mae Aragon aka Rita Rogers.
LA LLORONA premiered June 11, 2012 on KXMT 99.1 FM Northern New Mexico and the music picture has received more than 250,000 views on our youtube channel.
WHO'S GONNA SAVE YOU | DELUXE EDITION
A Deluxe Edition of Robby Romero’s music single and music picture WHO'S GONNA SAVE YOU was released on December 21, 2012.
“December 21, 2012 marked a celebration of the end of an ancient mystic cycle and the recommencement of an Indigenous call to consciousness for the restoration of life in balance. Now through the power of music and film we set on a journey to motivate, inspire and engage the world’s communities into positive action.” - Robby Romero
WHO'S GONNA SAVE YOU | MUSIC PICTURE
In these times of hope and change, WHO'S GONNA SAVE YOU presents an Indigenous perspective to a global crisis, climate change. WHO'S GONNA SAVE YOU is a poetic call to consciousness for the restoration of life in balance.
"A powerful plea for Mother Earth." - Native Peoples Magazine
PAINTING THE WORLD
PAINTING THE WORLD celebrates the historical adoption of the United Nations’ “Declaration on The Rights of Indigenous Peoples" with Indigenous artists from seven regions of the world.
“We’re bringing a message to the world in celebration of the human rights instrument, the 'Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,' because music does make a difference.”
- Tonya Gonnella Frichner, American Indian Law Alliance; North American Representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Old Times is a compilation of old Ojibwe pow wow songs that are also known as intertribal songs. Some of the songs were taught to the elder Red Lake Singers when they were children, as early as the 1920s. The other songs were created by the singers during their younger years.
P. TOWN BOYZ
"There are many reasons to fall in love with the Ojibwe Drum group P. Town Boyz from the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota… their young, powerful vocals offer a new and refreshing addition to the Native Drum genre.” – Indian Country Pow Wow Today Magazine
NATIVE CHILDREN'S SURVIVAL
This CD/DVD eco-pac features the music, music pictures, and PSA's of Robby Romero, plus three critically acclaimed rockumentary films: VH-1 World Alert Special Makoce Wakan , Sundance Channel Hidden Medicine, and SABC Africa 50/50 Special America’s Last Frontier, and interviews on MTV, Sundance TV, and VH1. 100% of profits from the sale of this CD/DVD are donated to Native Children’s Survival.
“Fills my soul with passion…” - Customer Review iTunes
AMERICA'S LAST FRONTIER
The soundtrack to the rockumentary film AMERICA'S LAST FRONTIER—a film in support of the legislation then pending in Congress to permanently protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) from oil and gas drilling.
"We had amazing feedback from our viewers and they enjoyed the educational ride, the critical message so eloquently brought across with the beauty of Alaska and music that could become a hit in South Africa.” - SABC Africa
The soundtrack to the rockumentary film HIDDEN MEDICINE, a film in support of the legislation then pending in Congress to protect America’s remaining forests. Featuring grammy winners: Lisa Fischer, Paul Winter, and Steve Addabbo; and the spoken word of Chief Oren Lyons.
"Red Thunder blazes a trail into American Indian rock territory weaving Native American and modern sounds into a supremely colorful musical blanket.” - Chicago Tribune
"Makoce Wakan is unlike most commercially available releases today. This album consists of 11 delicately crafted mini operas resulting in an intense spiritual collection. Robby and Red Thunder’s creation of expressive “Native Rock” symbolizes deep beliefs and passionate views. This disc screams out originality and inspiration with thought provoking songs…”
– CD Review / The Editors Choice