Dakota Romero


Dakota has had a busy winter in the studio recording her second single Por un Minuto, working on tracks for her upcoming self titled debut EP and shooting a new music video for her cover of the First Nations singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie classic hit Until It’s Time For You To Go.

The music video for Until It’s Time For You To Go was shot on location in New Mexico with the main location set at Dennis Hopper’s Historic El Cortez Theatre in Ranchos de Taos. “I instantly identified with the song the very first time I heard it at a private event Buffy performed at during Indian Market in Santa Fe.” Dakota said. According to Sainte-Marie, the song “popped into my head while I was falling in love with someone I knew couldn’t stay with me.”

Until It’s Time For You To Go was originally released in 1965 on Sainte-Marie’s album Many a Mile. The song was a UK Top 20 hit for British group The Four Pennies in 1965, a US Top 10 hit for Elvis Presley in 1971 and a US Hot 100 single for Neil Diamond and Andy Williams. The song has also been covered by Willie Nelson, Cher, Jim Croce, Barbra Streisand, Glen Campbell, Nancy Sinatra, Paul Anka, Roberta Flack, Eddy Arnold, Helen Reddy and Bobby Darin, to name a few.

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Dakota Romero


ETE recording artist Dakota Romero was back in the studio this week working on her new single, POR UN MINUTO  scheduled to drop this year.

POR UN MINUTO  was written by Dakota’s grandmother, Rita Rogers (aka Ida Mae Aragon), adapted by Dakota and produced by Robby Romero. The recording features Oti Ruiz on traditional harp, Thomas Hernandez on Guitar and Vihuela, Jose Carrillo on Guitarron and backing vocals, David Valdez on Trumpet and backing vocals, and Santiago Espinoza on backing vocals.

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Robby Romero


UN NYCETE Native Rock recording artist Robby Romero is in the Big Apple working on a string of country singles. ”I grew up listening to country music with artists like Hank Willimas and Johnny Cash,” said Robby Romero, “I played and wrote a few country rock songs in Hollywood with Gene Clark of the Birds and celebrated Native American musician Jessie Ed Davis, who has played on so many hit records with so many artist, including Taj Mahal, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Jackson Brown, etc, etc. I promised my momma and grandma that I would record and release a few of their favorites.

While in NYC, Robby attended meetings with the United Nations Permanent Forum On Indigenous Issues and was busy with pre-production on his second single and music picture “ALL OUR COLORS” in support of the Native Children’s Survival Project Protect Awareness Campaign.