Red Corn Sessions
The Red Corn Band is a Native American Alternative Blues/Spoken Word act. Members include Tuba City resident George Multine, III (Navajo) on guitar,Los Angeles based guitarist Tim Sampson (Creek), the well known actor from Northern Exposure and son of the legendary Will Sampson, and veteran TV personality Jonathan Joss (White Mountain Apache) who is the voice of John Redcorn on FOX's King of the Hill on vocals. Joss and Sampson hooked up with the independent promoter/producer Adrian Brown (Viejas Tribe) at the 2003 Native American Music Awards. Five months later, with the production support of Brown, Red Corn traveled to Flagstaff, Arizona, to record at Sacred Mountain Studios. On a shoestring budget Red Corn recorded a full length album in one night. The project is basically a live album that captures The Red Corn Experience. Thus the album's title sums up that six or seven smoggy hours of Red Corn Sessions: a raw collection of acoustic, alternative blues and spoken word tracks that sing of one of the many states of the contemporary American Indian with a comedic and ironic passion.