By Jonathan DeVoy
Nowadays, Gary Farmer can be seen jamming away on his harmonica with the Troublemakers—keeping his blues heritage alive.
You can check him out yourself as he’ll be in town Friday and Saturday for a pair of shows.
Originally from Ontario, Canada, Farmer holds a deep connection to the Niagara Falls area as well as to his Native American family. A member of the Cayuga Nation and Wolf clan of the Haudenosaunee/Iroquois Confederacy, Farmer grew up in the Niagara Falls region and recalls his father working in the chemical plants in the Falls.
For more on the subject, see Gary Farmer on Custer Toy and Gary Farmer's Musical Career.
Below: "Gary Farmer takes the stage with The Troublemakers during a recent show. The actor turned blues singer will be performing at Seneca Niagara Casino with his band this weekend."