Brulé, Live from Mt Rushmore, Concert for Reconciliation of the Cultures (2008)
The Brulé (Paul LaRoche) and AIRO (American Indian Rock Opera) DVD “Live at Mt. Rushmore: Concert for Reconciliation of the Cultures” features footage from one of the most profound Native American concerts to ever take place. This DVD was filmed in front an audience of over 11,000 people at Mt. Rushmore National Monument in July of 2007. The concert itself was conceptualized over the course of nearly 10 years by one of the top Native American recording artists worldwide, Paul LaRoche, aka Brulé. “Concert for Reconciliation of the Cultures” combines beautiful music with breathtaking Native American rhythms and dance while delivering the unmistakable message of peace, hope, and reconciliation between cultures. It is truly one of the most captivating and powerful Native American performances ever caught on film.
Director: Paul LaRoche
Duration: 84 min
Stream Link: Stream Brulé, Live from Mt Rushmore, Concert for Reconciliation of the Cultures