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In the vast landscape of contemporary music, where authenticity often takes a backseat to commercial appeal, Jir Project emerges as a beacon of raw truth and unadulterated passion. Led by the visionary Jir Anderson, this Native American-led trio isn't just a band—it's a movement. With roots buried deep in the ancestral soil of Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico, Jir Project weaves a sonic tapestry that resonates with the pulse of generations past and the heartbeat of the present.

Jir's journey is one of self-discovery and resilience, a narrative that echoes through every riff and lyric. From the humble beginnings of a shy kid with a homemade guitar to the international stages where his music now roars, Jir's story is a testament to the power of perseverance and the enduring spirit of indigenous culture.

Drawing inspiration from the blues legends of old and infusing it with a contemporary edge, Jir Project's sound is a force to be reckoned with. With electrifying guitar solos that seem to reach into the very soul of the listener and lyrics that cut to the core of the human experience, Jir Project demands attention.

Cochit Pueblo | San Felipe Pueblo, NM
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In their latest EP, "Who's Your Favorite Indian," Jir fearlessly tackles the distortions of history, offering a raw and unfiltered account of his life experiences through the lens of his five-year-old self. It's a poignant reminder of the resilience of indigenous peoples and a rallying cry for justice in an unjust world.

But Jir Project isn't just about the music—it's about the message. In the heart of New Mexico's Cochiti Pueblo, a musical revolution is underway. Jir Project isn't just a band—it's a cultural movement, a celebration of indigenous heritage, and a testament to the power of music to transcend boundaries.

Through their Native Guitars Tour, they support and uplift indigenous artists, providing a platform for their voices to be heard and their stories to be told. It's a testament to Jir Project's commitment to not just entertaining audiences, but empowering the next generation of artists.

Who's  Your  Favorit indian?
2024 New Mexico Music Awards
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 Join us for this trip into Native sound with our July Music Maker Jir Anderson - Native America Calling

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"Jir Anderson doesn’t wait for an opportunity to come his way, he creates it."

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