7:30 p.m. Nov. 16. $32. Walton Arts Center Starr Theater.
Martha Redbone draws on the sounds of her childhood in Appalachia, teen years in New York, her father’s gospel singing and the Native American spirit she inherited from her mother for a roots sound of her very own. Redbone’s versatility extends to an embrace of the poetry of 18th-century poet William Blake, whose words she put to music in her third album, “The Garden of Love,” produced by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band founder John McEuen. Among other pursuits, she teaches Southeastern traditional singing at the United Houma Nation’s Band Healers Cultural Enrichment camp program.