"Bigfoot! Legend of the Mountains."
Song written and performed by Teresa Black Bradway
Bigfoot Song to Raise Scholarship Money for 2018 Grads
A Bigfoot song on the Internet will help raise scholarship money for area high school graduates.
On July 16, CD Baby said it began digital distribution of the song to other music sites. CD Baby is on over 100 popular digital music platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and Pandora which can also sell the song.
“All profits will go to next year’s Bigfoot Scholarship fund,” Ms. Black Bradway said, who sings and plays banjo on the recording. The Bigfoot Scholarship Fund awards thousands of dollars to area college-bound graduating seniors each year.
“The Bigfoot song was inspired by stories from the Kiamichi Mountain area,” said Ms. Black Bradway. The song was recorded at Super Key Music Studio in Oklahoma City. Mark Schwartz, studio owner, was the producer
The song can be downloaded for 99 cents at Cdbaby.com. It is under the name, “Bigfoot! Legend of the Mountain” and the artist is listed as Teresa Black.
CD Baby’s artists are mostly North American, but, about thirty percent of its orders are from overseas.
“Bigfoot! Legend of the Mountains” was used in a video produced by students at the Kiamichi Technology Center at Talihina, and is on YouTube under the name “Honobia Bigfoot Club & Scholarship Fund.
The Honobia Bigfoot Festival and Conference is set Friday, Oct. 6 and Saturday, Oct. 7, at Kiamichi Christian Mission, Highway 144 and Indian Trail Highway in deep woods near tiny Honobia. The remote wooded location in the old Choctaw Nation is an internationally known site for Bigfoot sightings and attracts visitors from across the U.S. and from other nations.
The festival site is at honobiabigfoot.com.
The event features a free music festival where the “Bigfoot!” song has been sung for several years. Campfire stories at night bring out first-person sightings and reports of Bigfoot.
. The Honobia Bigfoot Organization is a non-profit group dedicated to bringing scholarships to deserving students in towns in the Honobia area. It raises money through an annual festival and conference that celebrates everything Bigfoot.
The Bigfoot gathering offers activities both for visitors who enjoy the fun and folklore of Bigfoot, and for serious Bigfoot scholars. Fans go home with Bigfoot tee shirts, coffee cups and perhaps a photo with a festival Bigfoot.
This year, helicopter rides have been added to festival activities. There will again be a 5K Run, campfire stories, conference, camping, vendors selling food, crafts and Bigfoot mementos.
The conference features Bigfoot authors and researchers who offer evidence such as sightings, audios, footprint impressions and videos of the mysterious creature.