If you walk the Red Road, you know that every sorrow leads to a better understanding. . .

. . . Walking the Red Road is a metaphor for living within the Creator’s rules—a life of truth, friendship, respect, spirituality, and humanitarianism

"The Red Road" tells the story of a Native American truck driver. Arigon and her band went back into the recording studio in November 2004 to record the song that became the inspiration for her one-woman show. Coming soon -- the one-woman show "The Red Road" and a music video for this outstanding work of Native Americana!

Two formats for your listening pleasure!


Trucking all through the night can be lonely
Especially when you're an Indian Okie
People stare at his long hair and braids
His ribbon shirt, his faded jeans and shades

He calls his rig "The Oklahoma Eagle"
Hauling loads then working for his People
Sweetgrass, sage and family fill his head
He'll live the Stomp Dance life until he's dead

The Red Road fills his soul
And he can carry any load you need
You need
He's an Indian loving life and liberty

He learned the trade from his Daddy long ago
He's not the only Indian on the road
Ponca friends are on CB right now
Let's have ourselves a truckin' Pow-Wow

At the old café
You listen to him to say to you
"You don't know what difference you can make"
As the trucks roll by
See the wisdom in his eyes
Living right is something you can't fake


Vocals, Rhythm Guitar: Arigon Starr
Drums, Percussion: Nicholas Peters
Bass: Thaddeus Graham
Lead Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar: Mark Christian
Pedal Steel Guitar: Chris Lawrence
Mixed by Dusty Wakeman
Recorded at Mad Dog Studios, Burbank, CA
Mastered by Dave Schultz at DigiPrep Mastering, Hollywood, CA

Written by Arigon Starr
© 2004 Starrwatcher Publishing (ASCAP)
Lyrics reprinted by Kind Permission


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