Hometown: Santa Fe, NM
Web site: http://htpp;//www.indigiefemme.com
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Creative forces merge when the Northern and Southern Hemispheres come together through songs in stories.
Tash Terry born and raised on the Navajo Nation and Elena Higgins born in Aotearoa (New Zealand) of Maori and Samoan heritage are the powerful musical duo Indigie Femme.
These international performers have united to unleash their creative intelligence that taps into their ancestry. Indigie Femme weave innovative and traditional songs and finds parallels throughout their experiences.
The musical resonance that correlates their musical ensemble includes: 6 &12 string guitars, mandolin, cajun, djembes, medicine drum and percussions.
May 2010 saw the launch of Indigie Femme’s new CD, “Indian Souvenir.” The master guitar extraordinaire/producer Larry Mitchell crafted and arranged “Indian Souvenir” from his Insatiable Studio. The album draws upon life’s experiences capable of touching and relating to all lives.
“Indian Souvenir” is dedicated to two significant people who have touched and enhanced the lives of Indigie Femme. Elena’s mum, Julie Higgins, and Tom Riggs, Tash's Deaf mentor. Both passed away from cancer.
40,000 miles has been clocked up this year in the air and on road as Indigie Femme promote “Indian Souvenir” throughout North America and Australia.
Politically motivated supporters of numerous grassroots organizations is an integral part of Indigie Femme’s sojourn. Various cultures coming together and seeing through the eyes of other perspectives, and letting go of separation and discrimination is a huge part of Indigie Femme’s vision.
November 2006 saw the amalgamation of solo performers Tash and Elena as they connected common themes through their messages in music. Indigie Femme are based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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