The 16th Annual Native American Music Awards nominees have been announced and there are a lot of great artists on the ballot! Do you see your favorite singer on the list? A lot of the nominees on this year's ballot have been featured on PowWows.com before!
Some of the highlights include:
ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Annie Humphrey (Ojibwe) – Uncombed Hair
Joe Tohonnie Jr (Apache/Navajo) – Family Keeping Our Traditions Alive
Shelley Morningsong (Northern Cheyenne) – Love Medicine
Steven Rushingwind (Cahuilla) - Red Beaten Path
Tabitha Fair ...
A Tribe Called Red recently released a new single titled "Stadium Pow Wow". Like most of their other songs, they've collaborated with a well-known drum group. This time they worked with Black Bear Singers, a drum group from the community of Manawan, of the Atikamekw nation in the province of Quebec, Canada. The track is definitely a heavy stomper, one that would work well on your workout music mix when you need some inspiration to get over that last hill. ...
Supaman's videos on Facebook have become extremely popular. His videos have millions of views.
Christian Parrish Takes the Gun, or Supaman, has been sharing his hip hop styling on the internet with own unique Native American style.
Why hip hop?
"Native Americans grasp that culture of hip-hop because of the struggle," he says. "Hip-hop was talking about the ghetto life, poverty, crime, drugs, alcohol, teen pregnancy; all that crazy stuff that happens in the ghetto is similar to the reservation life. ...
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network in Canada celebrated National Aboriginal Day Live at the historical site The Forks downtown Winnipeg on June 25, 2016.
Events were planned all through out the day from 11:00 am – 11:00 pm. There was rows of vendors that sold Indigenous Craft and Food Vendors, a side stage where performers sang, jigged and played fiddle music to throat ...
Husband and wife songwriting team Digging Roots (Raven Kanatakta and ShoShona Kish) have toured extensively across the globe and they're ready to release some new music into the world.
In an interview with Noisey Canada, Raven talks about the meaning of their new song "AK-47" .
“This song is very personal and emotional for us," says band member Raven Kanatakta, "Especially in the wake of the horrific events in Orlando this last ...
This weeks Feature Native Artist is Steven Daniel Hayes. (Yuki/Blackfeet/Pomo)
I found Steven giving a mini concert at a friends birthday party on the Coyote Valley Indian Reservation in Redwood Valley, California. Steven's voice is very polished and is no stranger to show business.
Check out his live interview below!
You can find him on Facebook:
We've featured many stunning photos and video from Albert Chacon on our website before. You might remember he was the producer of the We Are Birds documentary about bird singing culture in the Southern California Native communities. His documentary caught the eye of the Canon corporation and they will be screening the film for the public at their Canon Experience Center in Costa Mesa, CA!
To RSVP for a screening, please follow ...
The Celebrate concert featured great Native music!
- Susan Aglukark
- William Prince
- Dee Erin Band
- Rhonda Head
- Rescued By Dragonflyz
- Twin Flames
- Fawn Wood
- Stoney Park Drum Group
Watch the concert on our replay!
Tonia Jo Hall talked with the Pretty Indian Girls during the 2016 Manito Ahbee. You may remember them from our live interview during Gathering of Nations.
Check out our latest interview with these ladies, and enjoy a special treat - they sang a song for us!
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