Indigenous in Music with Larry K – Gina Loring in our Spotlight Interview (Pop, Poetry)

Encore Presentation: Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this week’s show. Join Larry and his guest from Los Angeles, California, we have in the house, singer, poet and entrepreneur Gina Loring. She has new music out, and she is here to tell us all about it. You can find out all about Gina and hear her music on the web at

Enjoy music from Gina Loring, Stolen Identity, Dj Bitman, Once A Tree, Tchutchu, Chris Ferree, Ed Koban, La Santa Cecilia, Banda Black Rio, Q-052, Cary Morin, Link Wray, The Mavericks, Murray Porter, Blue Mountain Tribe, Leela Gilday, Shasin, Chico Mann, Axel Krygier, Tonemah, Pura Fe, Artson, Sariyah Idan, Gangsta Leene, Frank Waln, Samsoche Sampson, Aasiva, iskwe, Bomba Estereo and much much more.

To Skip to Spotlight Interview, click forward two times to segment 3….Enjoy!


Of African American, Eastern European Jewish and Muscogee Creek Native American descent, Gina Loring alchemizes sociopolitical issues into art. As guest artist of the American Embassy under the Obama administration, she has performed her poetry and music in over ten countries.

She was featured on two De La Soul albums, two seasons of HBO’s Def Poetry, and has been commissioned to write poems honoring Quincy Jones and Prince. With a BA from Spelman College and an MFA from Antioch University Los Angeles, she is a Doctoral candidate at USC and a professor in the Los Angeles Community College district. Additionally, she teaches poetry workshops with incarcerated teens and youth transitioning out of sex trafficking.

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