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Coming on Earth Day, April 22, 2021, Indigenous Women Artists including the 23rd Poet Laureate of the United States Joy Harjo join the Indigo Girls and Bonnie Raitt in "No More Pipeline Blues (On this Land Where We Belong)” Produced and composed by folksinger and activist Larry Long, the song will be available on multiple platforms including iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube and more!

The moving song and accompanying music video will support 'water protectors' standing against a highly polluting 'Tar Sands Oil Pipeline' crossing 200 water bodies - including the Mississippi River twice - a drinking water source for millions!

All proceeds from the new single will benefit the environmental justice non-profit, Honor the Earth, co-founded by Indigenous leader Winona LaDuke and the Indigo Girls 28 years ago. The featured artists on “No More Pipeline Blues (On This Land Where We Belong)” include in the order of their contributions within the song:

Waubanewquay: Anishinaabe Ojibwe Nation
Winona LaDuke: Anishinaabe Ojibwe Nation
Pura Fé: Tuscarora & Taíno Nations
Carmen (Soni) Moreno: Mayan, Apache & Yaqui Nations
Jennifer Kreisberg: Tuscarora Nation
Day Sisters: (Sharon Day, Julia Uleberg, Charlene Day-Castro, Dorene Day: Anishinaabe Ojibwe Nation
Mumu Fresh: Creek & Choctaw Nations
Indigo Girls: Amy Ray & Emily Saliers
Bonnie Raitt
Joy Harjo, 23rd Poet Laureate of the United States: Muscogee Creek Nation

No More Pipeline Blues Band:

Larry Long (Guitar)
Dakota Dave Hull (Baritone Guitar)
Larry Dalton (Upright Bass)
Petar Janjic (Traps)
Pura Fe: Tuscarora & Taíno Nations (Hand Drum)
Jennifer Kreisberg: Tuscarora Nation (Hand Drum)

Rock The Cause Records


“This is the same water that was here when dinosaurs were here. There is no new water. This is the only water we will ever know. This is the same water my great ancestors drank from and harvested our wild rice upon. This water is sacred, because without water there’s no life. You cannot drink oil.” -Winona LaDuke, Honor the Earth

“The Mississippi River’s watershed flows through one-third of the United States and two Canadian provinces. Her water’s flow 2,551 miles south from Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. The name Mississippi comes from the Anishinaabe Ojibwe word ‘Messipi’ or ‘Mee-zee-see-bee,’ which means ‘long deep river.’ Everyone on this audio recording contributed their time and talents to protect these waters -- none of which could be made possible without the endless hours of in-kind support from Master Audio & Mixing Engineer Brett Huus. May this song help make a difference. Thanks for all you do.” – Larry Long, Producer, Arranger & Composer

"I've been involved with Honor the Earth and their work protecting Native lands and water since the early '90s. With the climate crisis beyond it's tipping point, the movement to stop these destructive and unnecessary fossil fuel pipelines is crucial and deserves more attention than it's getting. We can join the worldwide shift to developing renewables, ensuring the protection of our environment, the creation of thousands of jobs, and lessening the risk and trauma to both Native communities and the whole Great Lakes region. I'm hopeful 'No More Pipeline Blues (On This Land Where We Belong)' will bring more awareness about the need to Stop Line 3 and capture the attention of Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz as well as President Biden, who have the authority to stop construction of the pipeline until ongoing environmental litigation is settled." – Bonnie Raitt

“Why do we have to fight to save water when water is life? I hope our work will arouse the populace to think then act to save our water before it's too late.” -- Sharon M. Day, Singer, Executive Director. Indigenous Peoples Task Force

Call to action:

1. Send a letter to President Joe Biden’s administration, the White House, by visiting STOPLINE3.org/Biden telling him to #StopLine3

2. Follow the hashtag #StopLine3 plus social media pages to stay up to date and share messaging with your network by following Honor the Earth, STOPLINE3, and Welcome Water Protectors

3. Make a tax-deductible donation to Honor the Earth to support Indigenous-led advocacy, education, and litigation to Stop Line 3.

4. Subscribe to or donate to frontlines by visiting >>> www.STOPLINE3.org/take-action


released April 22, 2021
Produced & Arranged by Larry Long
Master Audio & Mixing Engineer: Brett Huus, Sound Strations Studio,
La Crosse, Wisconsin
Mastering Engineer: Steve Wiese, Creation Audio, Studio A,
Minneapolis, Minnesota

No More Pipeline Blues (On This Land Where We Belong)
Music: Larry Long
Words: Larry Long
Lyrics inspired by Winona LaDuke, Keri Pickett, Buffy Sainte Marie, Keith Secola, Pura Fe, Dorene Day Waubanewquay, Marian Moore,
Pam Mahling
Copyright Larry Long Publishing 2021 | BMI

The material contributions below are excluded from the copyright of the underlying composition of No More Pipeline Blues (On This Land Where We Belong):

Pura Fe (Chants sung throughout No More Pipeline Blues "On This Land Where We Belong")

Dorene Day Waubanewquay (Opening and closing Anishinaabe Prayer for the Water)

Winona LaDuke (Spoken words recorded by Keri Pickett)

Joy Harjo (Spoken word poem; Copyright Joy Harjo, Poet Warrior, (a memoir) W.W. Norton)

Graphics by Sarah LittleRedFeather
Music video by Keri Pickett



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Larry Long Minneapolis, Minnesota

Larry Long is a chip off the old block of American hardwoods, a spoken
word poet, a singer-songwriter, rouser, seeker, storyteller and
conservationist. Well traveled across the world, wherever he
goes, he celebrates people and places in song.

Larry Long is a recipient of the prestigious In The Spirit of Crazy Horse Award for his work in forgotten communities.

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