Corey Medina & Brothers
March 2nd @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Join us at the Cultural Center for the Corey Medina & Brothers concert in a club style atmosphere! Mingle freely with your friends and set your drinks on standing tables. Or go up to the mezzanine and enjoy the balcony view.
Corey Medina & Brothers are a Blues-Rock band based in Minnesota led by Corey Medina from the Navajo Nation.
Corey Medina was born and raised in the small town of Shiprock, New Mexico, on the Navajo Reservation. In 2012 he relocated to small town Bemidji in Northern Minnesota. His early musical influences came out of what his mom and uncles listened to: blues, classic country, soul, classic rock and metal. Growing up with a single mom and a rebellious heart, Corey quickly learned what the “blues” was and meant.
Even though Corey loves to just write and play music, his mission is to spread a message of hope and encouragement to every tribe and tongue that has felt hopeless and held back in life by fear, shame and hurt.
Medina was recently a nominee For "Best Rock Album" at the 2016 Native American Music Awards.
Tickets: $15 / $12 / $5
Source, image, credits & more information: New York Mills Regional Cultural Center