Pat Vegas

Hail (hail) What's the matter with your mind and your sign? And a oh, oh, oh-a Hail (hail) Nothing the matter with your head baby, find it, come on and find it…

He co-founded a dexterous ensemble of Native Americans who traversed pop, Cajun, rhythm & blues, Latin, and soul.

Redbone bassist, singer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Pat Vegas honed his chops as a session player and sideman in Los Angeles in the 1960s.  Their 1973 Wovoka album which contained their biggest hit, “Come and Get Your Love” also featured the track “We Were All Wounded at Wounded Knee” co-written by Vegas, however the song was banned from US releases due to its “controversial subject.”