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Tru Lovin

Lee Tiger and his band playing and singing “Tru Lovin” at his album release party. The event was held April 27th, 2013 at The Swamp Bar at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and casino, Hollywood Fl.

Red Rocks the Earth

Lee Tiger and his band playing and singing “Red Rocks The Earth” at his album release party. The event was held April 27th, 2013 at The Swamp Bar at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and casino, Hollywood Fl.

Wha Cha Tryin 2 Do 2 My Heart

Lee Tiger and his band playing and singing “Wha Cha Tryin 2 Do 2 My Heart” at his album release party. The event was held April 27th, 2013 at The Swamp Bar at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and casino, Hollywood Fl.

Lay Your Burden Down

Lay Your Burden Down was nominated for the Grammys in the year 2000

This song is probably one of the most commercial love songs written by Stephen Tiger and performed and produced by Lee and Stephen Tiger.

Band members include: Lee and Stephen Tiger, Gonzo Gosdin, and Eddie Zyne.

Flimed on location at the Seminole Big Cypress Reservation, Billie Swamp Safari and Alligator Alley, Fort Lauderdale.

Painter's Song

Painter’s Song was written in the late 80’s by Stephen Tiger and assisted by Lee Tiger.

Band members include: Stephen and Lee Tiger, Ron Huff, and Gonzo Gosdin. 

HI-YA-NO-MIE

A one of a kind video shot in 1972 on a local Miami TV program, “A.M. Miami with hostess, Molly Turner. Lee Tiger and his brother, the late Stephen have been a significant influence in Miccosukee culture in the South Florida area for decades. Stephen is on guitar and will be missed. Rest in peace.

Bye Bye Stephen Tiger

Last words of Stephen Tiger at the NAMMY awards 2006.
Filmed at the Seminole Hardrock in Hollywood Florida.

Stephen Tiger
May 3rd. 1949 – June 2006

Our Musical World

Our Musical World: Unit 3.3 Tiger,Tiger “We’ll Be Here” This is a brief look into Miccosukee/Seminole history — through the work of brothers: Lee and Stephen Tiger. It is also a reminder: that like all people — Native Americans — can be and identify themselves as they wish… and are constantly changing.
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