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    Cheyenne Women's Music - Everyday activities and the songs that go with them are the subjects of this unique view of contemporary Southern Cheyenne women's music. In addition to musical transcriptions and textual translations, the author provides the songs' history and the circumstances and backgrounds of the singer-composers, who shared the songs' meanings and the social settings in which they are used in the ongoing Cheyenne musical tradition. Leaving Everything Behind: The Songs and Memories of a Cheyenne Woman (Bertha Little Coyote) can also be found on this site.

    Gayle Hanson-Johnson, Timbisha Shoshone/Paiute Singer - Gayle preserves Shoshone music for her people, carrying out her father's tradition and her people before her.

    Knifewing - Using traditional elements in his music, Knifewing includes the Native American flute, traditional bells, rattles, and one of the country's largest traditional drums among his repertoire. The combining of these sounds converge a blend of the soothing aspects of Nature's rhythms with lyrics only one deeply connected with his roots and the roots of all people could be capable of creating.

    Diné Nation Jr's Homepage - Northern Style Pow-Wow singing group consisting of young men varying in age from 17 and up that live in Tuba City, Arizona, on the western portion of the Navajo Nation.

    Little Thunderbird Singers - An All-Girls Powwow Drum Group in Indian Country from Nelson House First Nations Reserve in Manitoba, Canada. These singers are rapidly becoming very popular across the pow-wow circuit in Canada and the United States for their unique singing style and sound.

    Ulali, First Nations Women Acapella Trio - Ulali features Pura Fé, Soni and Jennifer. Founded in 1987, Ulali is the first Native women's group to create their own sound from their strong traditional roots and personal contemporary styles. Known for their unusual harmonies and wide vocal and musical range, Ulali's sound encompasses an array of indigenous music including Southeast choral singing and pre-Columbian music.

    Joanne Shenandoah - Wolf Clan member of the Iroquois Confederacy - Oneida Nation. Her original compositions combined with a striking voice enables her to embellish the ancient songs of the Iroquois using a blend of traditional and contemporary instrumentation.

    Keith Mahone, Bird Songs of the Hualapai - Keith Mahone sings a variety of traditional Hualapai songs including bird dance songs, salt songs, circle and ghost dance songs. Originally learned from the Mohave people in the early 1900's, bird songs have become an important part of Hualapai culture.

    Pawnee Yellow Horse, Drum Group - Pawnee Yellow Horse thunders southern drum style songs in the Pawnee language in their high quality studio recording "Spirit of the Plains". The group follows the Pawnee musical tradition of honoring the sacred sound of thunder with low, rumbling voices and varying drum beats.

    Walela - Walela is the Cherokee word for Hummingbird and the symbol of inspiration for this family of women singers. They are Rita Coolidge, her sister Priscilla Coolidge, and Priscilla's daughter Laura Satterfield, together disperse the energy and spirit which has brought them to this juncture in their lives.

    Treetown, Drum Group - Traditional Native American drum group of the Great Lakes region, living in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area of South Eastern Michigan. A group of young men, living their lives in a traditional manner and respecting the ways of the drum.

    Phillip Charles - Phillip Charles "Yogie" Bread, Kiowa and Cherokee, is nationally as well as internationally known for his involvement in promoting American Indian Culture, traditions, heritage and customs, while sharing in his tradition of Native American music.

    The Redhouse Family, Traditional Singers and Dancers - Their recordings brings together the diverse creativity of each in a gathering of this family's many composing and performing talents.

    Dakota/Lakota singing - Offers collection of Dakota songs complete pow wow listings for Minnesota, Wisconsin, North and South Dakota.

    Jackie Bird, Indian Blues Rock - Singer, hoop dancer, musician and songwriter. Performs Fancy Shawl dance among others.

    Sunhawk Singers, Native Drum Group - Drumming group signing Intertribal Pow Wow songs in the Southern Style. Also, many free item links to children's sites, games, veteran information, native culture, and events. CDs of native drums and flutes available.

    Yellow Jacket, Drum Group - Yellow Jacket represents the Southern Ute, Ponca, Otoe, Cheyenne and Navajo Nations, with members in Colorado, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. Yellow Jacket's pow wow heavily, so you have a good chance to hear them live.

    White Oak Singers - The White Oak Singers are a traditional Northern Style Pow Wow Group. The group consists of family relations and friends. Located in the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area.

    WhiteFish Bay Singers - The WhiteFish Bay Singers offer singing and drumming in the Anishinabeg tradition. The WFB singers have traveled all over North America. They have also been host drum for many powwows and gatherings.

    StrongHeart Singers - Native American Singers and Powwow Drum - StrongHeart Singers. Native American music tapes of powwows, drummers drumming, etiquette women singers.

    Donald Ahdunko - Traditional recordings of Native American music.

    Ravens' Lodge - Raven's Moon stylized Indian art. Christmas CD soundbytes from "A Native Nativity". Bagpipe player for hire. Music for sale and a color catalog.

    All Native woman drum - All Native woman drum band from California

    Kanata Native Culture Society - Kanata is a Mohawk word meaning "Village" or "Community" and it stands for keeping American Native Arts and Traditions Alive. This society is a non-Profit organization and its mandate is sovereignty through the arts". The Society has been in operation for four years.

    Johnny Curtis - A Christian evangelist of Apache heritage who has spent the past two decades spreading the Good News to people of all races. His collection of music captures his style of singing, songwriting and skills as a guitarist that has made Johnny Curtis a favorite throughout the US and Canada.

    Black Lodge Singers (Blackfeet) - The Black Lodge Singers (Blackfeet) are one of the premier northern style pow-wow drums. Winner of Group of the Year at the first NAMMY awards.

    Sharon Burch, Native American Singer/Songwriter - Sharon Burch (Navajo) sings original folk songs in Navajo and English that were influenced by the Navajo prayers and chants she heard her relatives sing while growing up. Her first album, "Yazzie Girl", focuses on the importance of the maternal relationship to the Diné and she has recently released her second album entitled, "Touch the Sweet Earth".

    Canyon Records Concerts - Upcoming performances of R. Carlos Nakai and Robert Tree Cody, some with Paul Horn or William Eaton

    White Horse - The Morgan Awasis Project - Official site, with details on the Pow Wow recording featuring eight world championship singers. MP3s and wallpaper downloads also available.

    Shouting Mountain - Polyculteral, "alter-Native" music performers who tour nationally and perform at schools and American Indian events.

    Kau-Ta-Noh Jr's Native American singing group - Traditional group made up of Lumbee, Coharie, and Tuscarora men performing in North Carolina and elsewhere. Calendar online.

    Spirit Rock Net - Spirit Rock Singers are an northern Ojibwe style pow-wow drum group who hail from 3 neighboring First Nations near Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada.

    Six Nations Women Singers - A collection of traditional social songs from the Seneca, Onondaga and Cayuga Nations.

    Southern Thunder Singers - A southern style Native American powwow, drum group from Oklahoma. Offers calendar of past and upcoming performances in southwest U.S.

    Thunder Bird Sisters - Traditional Shinnecock Native American singers. Offers pictures and information about their music.

    Roubedeaux Singers - Southern plains style intertribal drum group for PowWows, specializing in gourd, flag, veteran, and intertribal songs. With list of singers in group and contact information.

    Spirit Wind - Native Canadian music group offering performances and workshops. Site provides calendar, song clips, and biographical information.


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