2011 Native American Music Award (NAMA) winner singer Jack Gladstone returns to Wickiup Hill Learning Center to perform on November 9, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. Jack’s award winning album “Native Anthropology,” is a landmark recording achievement in a career that has spanned almost three decades. His video “The Bear Who Stole the Chinook” is nominated for a Short Film Video the 2012 NAMA awards. The NAMA were formerly called the Native American Grammy Awards.
Jack Gladstone is a Storysmith/Troubadour from the Blackfeet Nation of Montana. Regarded as a cultural bridge builder, he produces programs on indigenous history and tradition. Jack has released fifteen critically acclaimed CDs and most recently garnered the prestigious Best Historical Recording from the Native American Music Association.
A former college instructor and Smithsonian scholar, Jack co-founded Native America Speaks, Glacier Nat’l Park’s highly regarded lecture series. In addition, Gladstone was a featured tribal voice for Montana’s Centennial, the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial and the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. He has also been featured at Wolf Trap Nat’l Park for the Performing Arts. Jack’s studio recordings have been produced by Lloyd Maines (Dixie Chicks), David Griffith (Vassar Clements), and Phil Aaberg (Peter Gabriel). Jack has opened shows for Rita Coolidge, Garrison Keillor, and Bonnie Raitt.
Ticket prices for this multi-media extravaganza performance are $10 for adults, $5 per child or $20 per family.
A limited number of tickets are available. First priority is given to tickets reserved online. Second priority is given for purchasing tickets in person at Wickiup Hill (10260 Morris Hills Rd, Toddville). Tickets can be placed “on-hold” by calling (319) 892-6485, however, these tickets are not guaranteed until paid for and will be released for re-sale one week prior to the event.