Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World is a Canadian documentary film directed by Catherine Bainbridge and co-directed by Alfonso Maiorana, released in 2017. The film profiles the impact of Indigenous musicians in Canada and the US on the development of rock music.
Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World Not rated. Running time: 1 hour 43 minutes.
is a feature documentary about the role of Native Americans in popular music history.
They’re all here: bluesmen Charley Patton (Cherokee) and Howlin’ Wolf (Choctaw), 1930s jazz singer Mildred Bailey (Cour D’Alene), folk singer Buffy Sainte Marie (Cree), Jimi Hendrix (part Cherokee), Robbie Robertson (Mohawk), Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas (Shoshone), Jesse Ed Davis (a Kiowa who performed the guitar solo
Rumble will premiere exclusively on Paramount+ on Dec. 15.
Taking its name from a Cajun epithet for “half-breed,” Redbone boasted members of such Native American tribes as Cherokee, Yaqui, Apache, and Shoshone.
According to Pat Vegas, Jimi Hendrix, himself part Cherokee, inspired the musicians to form an all-Native American rock group. They signed as the band ” Redbone ” to Epic Records in 1969.
To kick off National Native American Heritage Month, below we highlight 5 notable artists with Native American heritage.
There’s actually another way to make money through Rumble. Users will be able to make $0.25/day just through tagging the videos. They can do a maximum of 5 videos a day at a rate of $0.05 per video. As seen on the Rumble official website, there are still a few more things users can freely explore.
Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World is a revelatory documentary brings to light the profound and overlooked in uence of Indigenous people on popular music in North America.
Now Paramount has decided to move Rumble exclusively to Paramount+, where it will start streaming December 15. (Originally, the movie was slated to debut on the streamer after 45 days of theatrical release.)