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Dom Flemons Presents A New Image Of The American Cowboy

The singer-songwriter's latest album, Black Cowboys, chronicles the role played by African-Americans in settling the West after the Civil War. The album has been nominated for a Grammy.
Dom Flemons' Black Cowboys retells the settling of America's West through a new lens. Source: Timothy Duffy

' latest album, , is a collection of seldom-heard stories about the roles African-Americans played in settling the West after America's Civil War. The album's inspiration came during a road trip back home where the fifth generation Arizonan became

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