Another Hay Creek Video Goes Viral! You Have to Hear These Kids Sing!

You might remembering us sharing some videos last year of these amazing kids out of Wisconsin, Hay Creek Youth Drum Group. It was a popular post for sure and many people enjoyed their singing. Well they're still at it and their videos are getting tons of likes and views! Check out this latest video shot by Nicholas Hanson, father of one of the boys in the group!...

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Hear This! Beautiful Birdsinging Live from California

The opening night of the Wild Beast Concert Series at CalArts this Fall showcased the rich culture of birdsinging in California. Increasingly recognized as one of the most sublime legacies in world music, the Birdsinging tradition of Cahuilla and other Southern California Native cultures is the subject of this revelatory program. CalArts is honored to welcome Elders Wally Antone and Walter Holmes Jr., the foremost practitioners of a repertoire that includes nearly 400 songs. The ...

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Josh Halverson – Mdewakantonwan Dakota – on NBC’s “The Voice”

There is some pretty good Native American representation on this seasons, "The Voice" , and representing the Mdewakantonwan Dakota Nation from Denton, Texas., is Josh Halverson. This past week Josh blew everyone away with his rendition of Bob Dylan's, "Forever Young"! In the end Josh picked Alicia as his coach because, "shes been a major influence in my musical career from the beginning". Josh grew up the son of a cattle rancher and as it played it out, he wanted to get away ...

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Khaliya Kimberlie (Mescalero Apache) on NBC’s “The Voice” !!! A star is born.  Hailing from the Mescalero Apache reservation in New Mexico., is 16 year old, Khaliya Kimberlie!! In her promo leading up to her live audition, Miley Cyrus mentioned to Blake Shelton that they haven't had to fight over a country musician yet.  Cue Khaliya.  In a twist of events, Khaliya went with Miley as her coach, who I thought was a better fit for her because Miley started in the business so young and has a fresher perspective ...

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A Tribe Called Red Release New Album & Announce Upcoming Tour!

There's nothing like new music to get me going on a Monday morning! A Tribe Called Red have been teasing new songs over the past month and now have officially released their third full length album, We Are The Halluci Nation. Here's a quick look at all the videos they've released so far from the album You can stream/buy the album via this link HERE. The CD is also available on ...

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Delia Waskewitch – Pow Wow Life Episode 15

Pow Wow Life Episode 15 Listen to our interview with Native American singer Delia Waskewitch.  Delia shares her songs and stories for us.  Her voice is known all around the Pow Wow Trail.  Her strong vocals come from a deep passion for her Cree culture. Show Notes Delia Waskewitch Facebook Page Delia's Youtube Ladies Night CD   Sponsor Pow Wow Nation Pow ...

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Birdsinging to Open CalArts’ Wild Beast Concert Series

An evening of Native American Birdsinging will launch the 2016-17 season of the Wild Beast Concert Series at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). Elders Wally Antone  (Quechan) and Walter Holmes, Jr. (Cahuilla) will perform traditional Birdsongs. Derek Duro (Cahuilla) and the Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians will represent the renewed interest in this musical and cultural legacy among younger generations. The open-air screening and concert take place on Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 7 p.m. at the Wild Beast music ...

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Land of Enfrackment – Def-i’s Powerful Song Takes on Oil Industry

As a teenager in the 90s, I listened to a lot of hip hop from groups like A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Del The Funky Homosapien, etc. Some called it the golden era of hip hop, with a lot of the rhymes and subject matter being political or "conscious" in nature. I miss listening to stuff like this and wondered where it all went. I know, it's probably still out there, I'm not digging like I used to, ...

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Scatter Their Own Will Headline Indigenous People’s Day Concert!

Good news for Scatter Their Own fans in Chicagoland! The dynamic duo will take the stage in Evanston, Illinois as part of an Indigenous People's Day celebration at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian. Read more from the press release to find out how to get tickets! On Monday, October 10, the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian will join other cultural institutions, universities, and cities around the world to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The day celebrates the contributions ...

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Vote Now For Your Favorite! Native American Music Awards Nominees Announced

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 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 ...

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