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Jan Michael Looking Wolf - vocals, flutes
Nathan Myers - guitars
George Robnett - percussion
Four-time Native American Music Awards winner Jan Michael Looking Wolf (Kalapuya) is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
“Jan Michael's life way and musical expressions are based on the tradition of One Heart. In short, it is a truth that we are equal regardless of the color of our skin, tribal affiliation, language we speak, income, gender, faith, nationality or personal beliefs. One Heart is the recognition of Unity through Diversity. His music carries a message of hope for oneness of humanity. "

Throwing a free all-ages community concert costs money and Jim Pepper is still better known far from his home town. We need to raise $10,000 from Jim’s friends and fans to meet our mission of staging a free Jim PepperFest 2015 on September 26. It is vital to our mission that no one and no family is excluded for lack of funds.

Any monies raised above that amount will go to the Jim Pepper Remembrance Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to worthy music and dance students per our mission.

Support Jim PepperFest with your tax-deductible contribution in any amount to the Center for a Sustainable Today. Your contribution will be acknowledged in perpetuity on our website and celebrated at Parkrose High School on September 26, 2015.