Born and raised in California, Marie Sioux is a singer/songwriter who uses her a mixed heritage of Polish, Spanish, Native American and Hungarian descent to create cross-cultural folk music. Inspire by her volunteer work in Patagonia where she worked with indigenous children, Sioux taught herself how to play guitar and self-released her debut album A Bundle Bundle of Bundles, in 2006. She entered a studio for the first time in 2007 to lay down her album Faces in the Rock, with Native American flute player Gentle Thunder and her father Gary Sobonya on mandolin to stunningly delicate results. Sioux beefed up her sound on her next album, 2012's Gift for the End, with psychedelic tones, broader instrumentation and vocal melodies while maintaining her signature Native American themes with flashes of the native flute that was woven throughout her previous record.
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