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Native American singer, songwriter, and musician Michael Jacobs will present a brown bag concert and discussion noon Wednesday, March 22, at Interfaith Chapel, Hogg Hall. Lunch may be brought or purchased for $3; students may use cash or flex.

Jacobs’ debut solo album, Sacred Nation, received the 2003 Native American Music Award for Best Independent Recording. His follow-up recording, They Come Dancing, was nominated in 2004.

Jacobs’ professional music career began in Nashville. After years of moderate success, he left to pursue other interests. Then a personal and artistic “re-birth” led him back to music.

An accomplished guitarist and singer, Jacobs also plays native flute, harmonica, percussion, and co-produces his CDs, but his passion lies in songwriting. He is a member of National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.

The event is sponsored by the Office of Religious Life.

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