Felicia shares poetry, floetry, and hip hop solo and with In Lak Ech.

Her work is influenced by Xicana Indigenous traditions and worldview and her roots from East L.A., El Paso, and Mexico.  Her hopes are to  mix Native sounds, with nortena/banda music and hip hop and oldies to connect across music subcultures.


for "Independence Day" released on 7/4/11 the Farce of July
(a Shortysons/Dario Debora/MisolTribe Multimedia Production)

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Check out my spoken word and floetry/hip hop performance at The Farce of July 2014

Listen to Fe’s Poetry, Floetry & Hip Hop at:





Fe Evaone performing at the Los Angeles May Day March 2013


Partial list of performances as “Fe”

(poetry, indigenous song & hip hop/floetry)

May Day March (May 2013)

Tia Chucha’s 12th Anniversary (February 2013)

San Bernardino Valley College Multicultural Fest. (May 2012)

MEChA Nationals Edu-tainment- Noche de Cultura  (March 2012)

CSULB- Cesar Chavez  Even (April 2012)

Tucson High Unity Fest (April 2012)

Indigenous Night of Resistance at UC Berkeley (November 2011)

Mexico City (October 2011)

Chican@ Moratorium, Los Angeles (August 2010)

Tucson Unified School District “Transformative Education Conference”  (July 2010)

Farmchella, Buttonwillow, CA (June 2010)

UCIR “Living Without Borders” Conference Las Vegas, Nevada 11/2009

MEChA Statewide Conference Stockton, CA 10/2009

El Mundo Zurdo, Conference on Gloria Anzaldua San Antonio, Texas 5/2009

West Coast American Indian Music Awards Lummi, WA 5/2009

National Association of Chicana/o Studies Conference New Brunswick, New Jersey 4/2009

Truth Speaking Tour Tucson & Phoenix, AZ 1/2009

Festival of Dignant Rage (Mexico City, D.F.) Mexico City, DF 12/2008

Planet Siquieros Performance Pena SPARC, Venice, CA 12/2008

Fighting Native Alcoholism Concert @ Indian heritage H.S. Seattle, WA 11/2008

Sisterfire L.A. Los Angeles, CA 10/2008

Peace & Dignity International Prayer Run/CD Release Event Oakland, CA 10/2008