Singer/songwriter/activist David Huckfelt (of acclaimed Minneapolis group The Pines) reinterprets the renowned Patti Smith song “Ghost Dance” on his new album Room Enough, Time Enough, out today. On the album, Huckfelt celebrates the marginalized voices of the Native American community through a host of Indigenous singers and borderlands musicians alike.
Singer/songwriter/activist David Huckfelt (of acclaimed Minneapolis group The Pines) reinterprets the definitive cowboy ballad “Bury Me Not” (The Dying Cowboy) on his upcoming album Room Enough, Time Enough out February 26th. “Bury Me Not” (often called “The Cowboy's Lament" & "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie") is considered one of the most famous folk songs in the American songbook and has been covered by Johnny Cash, Colter Wall, Burl Ives and many others.
Today, David Huckfelt announces his newest album Room Enough, Time Enough out February 26, 2020. The Minneapolis singer/songwriter/activist (of acclaimed indie act The Pines) reaches for moments of tranquility and hope while emphasizing a host of Native voices and viewpoints. Room Enough, Time Enough is a record about restoring balance: space and attention, peace and equality, redeeming the marginalized, and remembering the forgotten.