. Thieves hit Diné musician Delbert Anderson « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – The Diné jazz musician was having a breakout year with The Delbert Anderson Trio and his jazz/hip-hop ensemble DDAT when he reached out to help a couple who appeared down on their luck. He lost one thing that cannot be replaced, but was reminded of another that can never be taken away – his love of music. “The main instrument that I valued most is my Inderbinen trumpet,” he told Indian Country Today from his home in Farmington, New Mexico. “It’s a Switzerland horn, and it’s a completely custom horn. And it’s not manufactured; it’s actually hand-hammered.”

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