Moccasin Tracks

Produced by: 
Deb Reger
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With co-hosts Rick Hunt and Deborah Reger, Moccasin Tracks will focus on music by Native American and Indigenous musicians in all genres.  We will play some oldster (vintage) LPs on occasion and have interviews with Native Peoples and Native News Briefs on the regular.

Moccasin Tracks was created because history has been written around the original peoples especially in so-called Vermont where the recognition of the original people of this area, N’Dakinna, did not happen till 2010 by Act of Vermont State Legislature. We celebrate the living Abenaki Culture as well as the 500 plus other original Nations of this country and world-wide with music, interviews, art, talk, news and all manner of public affairs programming. Host is Deb Reger, a community radio broadcaster since 2009 arriving at WRUV FM Burlington, VT in the spring of 2013.

 

This show is aired from Burlington, Vermont

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Current

Traditional Story and Classic Native American Music

Airs at: Thu, 09/01/2022 at 7:00pm - 8:00pm
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  How We Got Stars as told by Carolyn Black Hunt, and Almost Vintage Native American Music  We start with a traditional story as told by Carolyn Black Hunt; How We Got Stars. Carolyn gifts us with her Abenaki perspective and introduces the characters in the story as well ... Read more

Music Heals

Airs at: Wed, 08/24/2022 at 6:00pm - 7:00pm
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  In this episode of Moccasin Tracks, we feature the Beautiful music and poetry of Timbered Lake, who are speaking to us from Wabanaki Territory. Sharing songs and spoken word we hear stories about the songs Diana Newman and Crow Suncloud perform and write. Music is all b... Read more