HELENA — Julie Cajune read with a lilt passages from her favorite Native American stories on the stage of the Myrna Loy Center in Helena Monday evening.
Supaman poses for a picture after receiving the 2014 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Award for best music video.
Billings resident and Apsáalooke member Christian Parrish Takes the Gun aka Supaman won the award for best music video at the Aboriginal Peoples Music Choice Awards. The video was shot in the Billings Gazette's Studio Enjoy and features Supaman performing "Prayer Loop Song" while wearing his…
The Studio Enjoy produced music video of Supaman's "Prayer Loop Song" has been nominated in the best music video category for the Aboriginals Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMA).
Christian Takes Gun Parrish, aka Supaman, recently stopped by The Gazette’s Studio Enjoy to record a music video featuring his combination of Fancy Dance, traditional Apsaalooke music and hip-hop.
Montana hip hop artist Supaman performs his song 'Prayer Loop Song' in the Gazette's Studio Enjoy.
Song on the album Crow Hop.
Christian Parrish Takes The Gun has been dancing at powwows since he was in the fourth grade. And, he's been spreading his message of sobriety through hip hop as Supaman for more than a decade.
This week's question: T-Pain and Gym Class Heroes are performing Monday at the Shrine Auditorium. What other hip-hop acts should come to Billings?
The “Thriving, Not Surviving” music benefit concert scheduled for Friday at the Shrine Auditorium is a drug-, alcohol- and tobacco-free event to motivate the Native community to thrive, not just survive.