“Lonely Native” 
November 8th | Laemmle Music Hall Theatre | 4:25pm

Produced by Greg Iron / G.I. Media Design

Music Produced by DM Tea Hawk

Music Video | USA |  3:15 mins.

In a age where only money matters, A Mohawk warrior fights to find balance between the traditional ways and new world.
About the Director
Piaute/Lakota/ Mayan Director Greg Iron Spent his entire life studing Arts, Design and Film. He went betwen the Rez and the City often Learning from his elder and family. Growning up he never forgot where he came from and attended Art school. He persuded a career in Film and Design to bring awarness to his communities issues , and impower the voiceless.

About The Artist
Tongan Mohawk Man, aka Tongahawk, aka d.m.tea~hawk, bka T-HAWK is a native musician/artist
on the red road with a unique blend of traditional/ contemporary music in the form of NATIVE HIP-HOP. This West Coast Music Award winner Contemporary artist of the year for 2009/2010!!!… indigenous roots are thefoundation of the sound that soothes the spirit and shakes the soul. He is an enrolled member of the Mohawk tribe of the Haudanasaunee (Iroquois) peoples via. Six Nations Reserve, Oshweken, Canada (by mother,turtle clan) from the east, highly influences his combative lyrical style that is reminiscent of the east coast. T-HAWK also creates and produces his own ecclectic, ambient beat style of the west coastreminiscent of his Polynesian roots (by father) via. The Kingdom of Tonga. A group of islands located in the deep south Pacific Ocean. This musician/lyricist is an inspirational spiritual warrior combining many elements of Native style music making: hand drum, shakers, flutes, and many other organic instruments formulated and sprinkled with traditional chants/singing. The lyrical content is spiritual, native, movement, conscious, with apostive outlook reflecting his spiritual journey across the Turtle’s back. The knowledge and wisdom reflects the light of his ceremonial experiences within each and every song.

Event Title: Music Video

Event Date: Saturday, November 8, 2014

Event Producer: Red Nation Films

Event Location: 9036 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Laemmle ‘Music Hall” Theatre.

Event Times: 4:25pm

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