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    Story and Photos By Renee Fajardo
    News From Indian Country

    Robert Mirabal, at 41 years, has lived a life that those half his age only dream about. Best known for the accolades he has received from the Native American Music Awards, and his two Grammy award-winning albums, the Taos Pueblo musician, composer and author is a complex man who has accepted his fame and fortune with humbleness.

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