Pow Wow Radio – 24/7 Native American Pow Wow Music

Pow Wow Radio – 24/7 Native American Pow Wow Music

Posted By Paul G August 3rd, 2012 Last Updated on: January 4th, 2017

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  3. Just watched Smoke Signals and felt like hearing some good drumming. Miss sweating with my friends in South Dakota.

  4. Susan Spencer says:

    I was adopted when I was 6 months old. No info about birth family. But when I was very young I would insist I was an Indian man. LOL. First time I ever went to a Pow Wow I said out loud, “I am home!” The music makes me feel so alive! And happy! Used to go to Pow Wow every year in Memphis until they stopped having them. I was learning Native American drumming before I moved to Florida. Thank you sooo much for this music. My heart sings.

  5. Wakpa’-k’uŋ-he’čhiya-khi’ says:

    as I approach my 69th summer, I find myself dreaming more and more of the old days and old ways,and wishing that I could go back to the time before the whiteman, and sit and talk with my great grandfather,

  6. Ralf says:

    I’m not a native american, but I can not stop listening their music.
    Perhaps there is soul hike.
    Maybe I was a native.
    If not, never mind, I I love them.

  7. This music makes my heart sing, I’m not native but related to the black irish, feel the spirit of lost tribes…rejoining eh

  8. Wakpá-k’uŋ-héčhiya-khí says:

    Aŋpétu-Wašté Yúha -Héy, to all my Lakȟóta Mišuŋkas -et Tȟaŋkši,s

  9. Robbie Weil Smith says:

    Love listening to your station. I feel like I am at a Powwow!! Wado!! Sending blessings to everyone!

  10. Years ago I was on a 2000 mile walk. We drummed and chanted the entire way. One of my favorite memories were the animals. Horses would come galloping from the back fields to the roadside fence – heads held high. Cows at the feeding troughs or sleeping in the field would stand immediately and also come running to the fence. You could feel the joy from them as their ancestral memory of drums was awakened. The drum is a powerful bridge between all beings. Thank you for keeping the drums beating…

  11. Love it I feel like I am back home in Maine with my granddad he was Passamaquoddy Indian 🙂 Thanks for making this available to all of us!

  12. Running Antelpoe says:

    Robert; Lakhota people do not war chant 24/7 or call on the Creator to solve problems on Earth, but call on the Creator to give them the Knowledge to solve the problems themselves

    • Wakpá-k’uŋ-héčhiya-khí says:

      How did you get the name Running Antelope(Tȟatȟóka-Íŋyaŋke) that is my Great Grandfathers Name, are you my Relative or a Wišíču (White Man) pretending to be Indian

  13. robert barnum says:

    As an outsider I feel this might help as the earth seems beyond help. Lakota Indians are 24-7 with war chants calling on the great spirit for intervention in our messed up world

  14. tu-mani-ku-kan says:

    Message for Paul Gower, Paul as a sign of my deepest respect, I have taken the name of my Great Grandfather
    Running Antelope ( IŋyaŋkA- Tȟatȟókala )

  15. Ronald L Cook says:

    Love all the music, needed to put in my new email. Went to
    Chamberlain SD in Sept 2015 for the annual pow wow, the St
    Joseph Indian School, it was great.

  16. Geronimo says:

    just been thinking about moving back to Holbrook, or Deming and getting out of California, the air is so bad here and I miss the desert air and all the peace and quite, and the beautiful nights under the stars.

  17. Charlie Two Ponies says:

    I just found you. I love it all. Thanks for having this. I will be listening frequently I’m sure.


  18. tu-mani-ku-kan says:

    Paul, do you know of anyone who has a spare Lakota Keyboard, or do you know where I can get one
    iyena woyawaste mithawa misunka Aho!

  19. Geronimo says:

    This is a year since my brother Crow Feather has pasted on and I miss him. We spent time together hearing and watching pow wows. He used to make jewelry, and I did music.

    He was a Vietnam veteran, and a great Warrior, fought many battles. It’s hard to see the younger one leave first.

  20. Bear Russell says:

    Wonderful music. As far as I know I have no Native American ancestry and I live in New Zealand, but I love this music so much and finding this has made my day.

  21. william kinney says:

    I know about spirits ,came in a dream an showed me in the winter he was unhappy with the adults and wants the grandchildren in charge he wants something in calumet park in Chicago maybe Pow wow.I don,t know,anything about his,I pasted the message on.My thing is done.!!

  22. Red Haircrow says:

    Haven’t been drumming or pow-wowing with the People in a bigger gathering for a few years now and this gives me a taste of home. Thanks as always! From Berlin.

  23. Geronimo says:

    I’m in Calif, and I listen every night to end my day. I’m an Army Veteran and a Native American, and it gives me peace from the hard days.

  24. Vanessa says:

    Here I’m from billings Mt..I’m glad they have this radio station because everyday when I’m at work I’ll be jamming to all these songs…

  25. Joshua Barber says:

    Trying to get back to my roots, I may only be a small fraction native american, but I am drawn to it’s culture and music!
    Thank you for creating this radio website :)!!!

  26. Andrea Infante says:

    Love this! Keep it going! I get my rattles and even my drum and flow with it. I am so happy this has been created. Love and Light, family!

  27. Tu-Mani-Ku-Kan says:

    Hey Paul, is there any chance you will be bringing Shout Box back

  28. maria boblitz says:

    thank you .I enjoy this very much.. It’s very healing ..May the red road grow strong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  29. Tyler CrazyBear says:

    HAPPY FATHERS DAY!!!! To all the native fathers that are there to love and support your kid’s….LORD KNOWS THAT THEY NEED MORE DAD’S LIKE YOU.
    I love to hear DADDYS GIRL me and my three girl’s love that song!!!

  30. Ariel Waskewitch says:

    can you play more Ta-Otha Spirit please, it is comforting to hear my late grandfathers drum group, Thank you 🙂

  31. Jack Anderson says:

    Lifesaver! helping me through my grieving and just plain soul lifting! Thank you all

    • Jo Toohey says:

      Im Irish Australian always dream of NA now feel im coming back home! Can listen 24/7…keep on keeping on!!!

  32. Petra says:

    I love to hear your Sound, because it inspired my Soul….AHO!!
    Greetings from Vienna!!

  33. Robynn Bisping says:

    I’m so glad I came across this site. This is the only way I can get my 6 month old to sleep. I think his native American ancestors are strong in this little boy.

  34. Melina says:

    going to a Pow wow the 23rd of this month in Zanesfield Ohio anyone live close by maybe I will see you there who knows.

  35. Melina says:

    I am enjoying the drumming I love the drums for they are the Heart beat of the People and very Soul it always moves me.

  36. Marie says:

    So glad I found this. Prepping myself for Pow Wow in July in Winnebago. Also, there are plenty of times I just want to listen. I can’t wait to tell my sisters about this. Great job. It all sounds good to me.

  37. Devlin Forster says:

    Im very happy that after Moving to Scotland I can still find and listen to Native Music.
    Such an empowering and amazing sound.

  38. Mary singh says:

    Hi am interested in finding out about doing a live segment once a week I am a holistic spiritual clairvoyant healer counselor therapist and I would like to provide complementary service once a week taking some calls live on the air helping to answer questions and giving out advice on Holly to work through certain difficulties and problems my phone number you can reach me at is 970-333-9692 I like to know the cost and timeframe and when we can get started thank you

  39. Tu-Mani-Ku-Kan says:

    Hey Tine, I am Lakota and I live in Western Australia, we have native gatherings 10 kilometres outside of the southwest town of Nannup, at Carlotta Farm, it takes place on the Labour day Long weekend, bring your swag and tent and ENJOY Aho!

    • Hi , and thank you for your message, i got so excited when i read it. I am so interested, can you please tell me more about it and how long it’s been going and cost etc. I would fly over for it and is labour weekend in October. My interested in native Indians has been in my thoughts for years, as i always had visions and thoughts that i belonged to an Indian tribe in my past life and never felt i belonged here right now, and so i went searching and i went under Hypnosis past regression to find out and a lot came out that i did belong to a tribe. So next month i am going again to see if i can find out what tribe and my name. i am so drawn to the music and powwows and the Indian ways and dress. i am going to Sydney in a few months to Festival of dreams to listen and meet an Elder Chief coming out from overseas and i am so excited. i finally feel at some peace by wanting to search for my past Indian family and what happened to them . i hope you don’t think i am silly but i had to explain myself. i am a woman in my 50’s now but young at heart and love people and healing and meeting new people. Can you please tell me more about yourself.

      • Tu-Mani-Ku-Kan says:

        hey Tine, if you go to (www.carlottafarm.com.au) all the information is ther

  40. Hi everyone, i am from Australia and i came across this site while on Facebook and i love it. I have just found out in my past life i was an Indian and have always had strong feelings that i belong to a tribe but i don’t know which one. I would love to come to a Powwow one day before i die, or if anyone knows of any Indian cultures in Australia i could attend please let me know. I hope the Indian Traditions never fade, like feel very close to the native indians even though i have never met any , but i would like to one day.

  41. jimmie twodogs says:

    I want to thank Moses Brings Plenty for being there and the Heart of American Indian Center for their support!!! I now have changed the way of my thinking And now have a better out look on Life!!!! This is a good thing for a blind Vietnam veteran 1st Infantry Attached to hell on Wheels
    Gahoongwa !

  42. jimmie twodogs says:

    I want to thank Moses Brings Plenty for being there and the Kansas City Indian center for their support!! and convincing me not to say Kill whitey any more. I now have a better outlook on life! This is a good thing for a blind Vietnam veteran. 1st Infantry Attached to Hell on Wheels. gohoonga!

  43. My mothers family is Indian, not many people will tell you though, I am proud of this heritage and would love to know more, my mothers father side is where I need to look.

    I am so glad to finally find this station I feel so relaxed and free when I hear the music. thank you for being here.

  44. listening wind says:

    the wind is changing Grandfather is reading his bride mother Earth. Love and Peace and light to come to all darkness, the shadow will no longer hide the light will over come. Ready our peoples Only the Grandfather knows his time to call Fear not for it has been written for thousands of years of this time stand strong

  45. Danny Gonzales says:

    one day i will come home …love my people and cultuur and or music we will live forever ….great songs

  46. I am from england but have bben facinated with Native American Culture for years I love the music the mysticism and the beleifs I have so many things associated to Native American Indians I am looking to find a suitable picture that incorporates both American Indian Lady and wolves.Wolves are my other passion. can any one help me

  47. millsgrn says:

    i was googling native American music to find a internet station of native music and i came across pow wow radio. from what i have listened the music is so beautiful. as far as i know i don’t have any indian blood in me, i was adopted when i was born, my adopted grandmother was half cheroke. i saw a picture 1 time years ago it was of her as a baby. she was sitting in a chair and her older sister was standing behind the chair. to look at that picture you wouldn’t believe they were related. mamaw had black hair and dark skin, her sister had blond hale and very pale skin

  48. Mitere Te Kani says:

    Kia ora to our Native American whanau from Aotearoa(New Zealand.Tino ataahua ou waiata(Very beautiful music).Loving Pow Wow Radio.

  49. Can any one tell me real name of song “These moccasins are made for walkin'” . I hear on this radio, but i can’t find on you tube.

  50. tu-mani-ku-kan says:

    Is there any chance you could bring back the “Shout Box” on this page, it was good to be able to talk to other Natives Aho!

  51. It says that it is free, but when I try to download it to my Galaxy S4 Google is charging $1.99

  52. Randy Scott Gillespie says:

    im new n just had to say how bad i miss the pow wows, the stomp dancing and the drum competitions in Cherokee N. C. I used to get to go alot but my car died. I really miss it and the fun n fellowship. thanx for pow wow radio! It helps a great deal.Until i can get moved up there. thanx for the music!!! Ur friend, Rimshea.

  53. Garnet wilkins says:

    I’ve been listening to the powwow music for past three years, ever since I got my computer. I’ve been to quite a few powwows over past ten years. Was with a drum group, until the drum leader passed. I get tired of listening to the same C.D.’s over and over, and when I found Pow Wow radio, I was estatic. But the past three days, it won’t plaY, SAYS something is outdated, and I have to down load something new. Very disappointing, because I don’t have extra money now, limited income.

  54. Duane Causey says:

    Being that I was a Northern Singer during the 70’s and 80’s I find ,listening again, to Native American powwow music brings back memories of friends,music, customs of the Native
    American people, ” as taught to me and I still respect”!!
    I, later also achieved Respect and many presents for learning and teaching what was given to me “Knowledge”!!!
    Now for the surprise, I am White “But” still learning, through one James Willard Schultz!!!!
    Duane Cauaey

  55. Greetings from the US…Great to see intrest in our culture…Please keep in mind that some of us have been raised in a traditional native home and as such, we have been taught to share very little when it comes to our ceremonies, culture and language(not long ago we were prosecuted for this knowledge), and may raise some issues on how we confide in others…Please keep this in mind when questions arise….We are individual tribes with many wonderful stories that may further aid you in your intellectual journey of healing….respect us as we respect you and your beautiful culture……nativesoncreations

  56. Warren says:

    Would love to send you all a copy of BRUISED GRASS’ debut double cd (18 songs) THE BLACK & BLUE ALBUM is available at http://www.bruisedgrass.com/music 4 of the 18 songs are also posted at http://www.reverbnation.com/bruisedgrassband The band is from Tallahassee Florida and are heavy activists for Native American causes such as the release of Leonard Peltier, the oil pipelines, mining and fracking on reservation lands, sacred lands. Please join us on FB as well.

    Thanks. Warren “SimpleMan” SImpson

  57. tu-mani-ku-kan says:

    whenever I feel lost or sad and the troubles of the world get me down, I just return my thoughts to my native background and my ancestors and sing and dance,the drums heal me Aho!

  58. Jonathan says:

    I love this station! I am addicted to pow wow music now. I bought 3 albums on itunes, one of them being Northern Wind.

    Keep up the great work Powwows.com!

  59. sandra listening wind says:

    mother earth is tired and Father time is carefully watching we are free we are the true nation and Father time is watching his time for it is coming Forth Spirit Blue Ride…..

  60. annette says:

    Hey it’s shelly! I would recognize that voice anywhere! Love this CD also…

  61. Annette says:

    This is the only streaming allowed at my workplace, and I actually like the music. thanks for making my day. I hope they don’t figure it out! haha.

  62. Ron Alexander says:

    Is there a way I can put Native Music on my iTunes then later transfer to my Ipod? I just bought this Ipod and can put 4,000 songs on it.

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  66. my great grandmother was full blooded Cherokee Indian and so was my grandfather on my Mothers side of the family, I am wondering if some how I can get some type of D N A to prove my lineage? and if so can someone help me in the right direction? my email add is [email protected], my great grandmothers name was malisa Anderson and her name does appear in the Cherokee Obiturarys, I would also like to find what WHAT tribe she was from? or maybe what band I am not sure what the term is,all I know she was full blooded Cherokee from the eastern band, can someone please help me with my search,i live in OHIO now but was born and raised in west Virginia, my home number is 740-695-5807, I would really appreciate any help that I can get, thanks very much,carl

  67. big paul says:

    although I am not of American blood I am of native New Zealand blood and have always been in awe of the native americans and I enjoy the native music..it feels close to nature and soothing…I have just discovered your radio and now will be a constant listener..in the past I have have youtube clips rolling over but now content with your radio..many thanks from Auckland New zealand

  68. tu-mani-ku-kan says:

    Remeber Norma Sheepshe, natives don’t have religion, but we are Spiritual people Aho!

  69. tu-mani-ku-kan says:

    The West Australian government are going to start culling(Killing) sharks over 3metres long to protect out of work no hoper surfers(get a job) we want everyone in the world to oppose this, the oceans belong to the creatures that live in it , not us, contact your local congressman and voice your protest over this madness AHO!

  70. james d graham says:

    it makes my spirit lifed thank you so much are young need to here the things fro the old ways my the spirit bless you all in your walk of life god bless and thank you Merry Christmas to all and happy new year

  71. Is there a way I can put your radio on my desktop so all I have to do is click on it and listen?

  72. Tu-Mani-Ku-Kan says:

    in jan 2014, I will be 66 summers old, and every day of my life I have faced the rising sun and thanked The Great Spirit, for letting me see another day, I Am Lakota..Aho!

  73. our grandpa who will be turning 95 in two weeks is requesting a particular song from an indian singer and he thinks the song title is “I DO ” ….would you have any insight on this ?…hes saying its about 90 years old ( the song) any help would be amazing for him….thanks GT

  74. Pow Wow.com is awesome, I really enjoy listening while I’m doing my bead work. It brings back memorirs of my grandmother and mother when they taught me to do it. At one time many many years ago I was a fancy dancer and my grandmother, and mother and I did the bead work for my outfit.Unfortunatly I no longer have it.Thank you for keeping our music culture alive. Thank you all who are behind the scenes.I ask the Creator to bless the men and women who keep our music culture alive.Thanks again. Ron

  75. Gary Herndon says:

    Unfortunately, I was born in the wrong race,yes I’m of the lighter version. But I have been enjoying this American Music with a warm & open heart.I one day would enjoy to be invited to a gathering to experience true feelings and emotions of this music. Please keep it going! Its wonderful.

    • Tu-Mani-Ku-Kan says:

      Gary Herndon: Remember the words of The Great Chief RED CLOUD who said (MEN BECOME WHAT THEY DREAM-SO DREAM WELL) AHO!

  76. hello yall im a proud father of 3 northern traditional dancers and 1 little fancy shawl dancer. if yall like go to youtube and check out my son Garrett jus type in my name lamont cayaditto and youll get all the vids i posted. my boy will be the 1 with the mop top. so go on checkem out please. thank you and tell ur freinds and family.

  77. rosie youngbear (ma-gi-ka) says:

    evey day is a great day when i tune in here. all my favs songs always playing when i am in school worki the in middle of 1 of my boringest classes ever. then that is when i start my day here. ho-ka in-i-ne-ga ma-ge

  78. Delilah, A Water Walker says:

    Aho, I love this site with the Pow Wow Radio station, as well as the Native American Radio station. I love to start my day and end my day with it. A lot of times, I let it play all day. Mother Earth’s heartbeat is essential to the well-being of my home. 🙂

  79. Tu-Mani-Ku-Kan says:

    Now that I am 65 Summers old, I find myself having Dreams of the Old Ways, when we were free to roam our plains and mountains
    hunting the Buffalo and Deer, and living a true and good life, like the Great Spirit Intended , this gives me a feeling of peace and tranquility, and as I rise every morning, I face the Rising Sun,and thank The Great Spirit, Wakan-Tanka, for letting me see another Day…Hoka!

  80. Terry McIlmoyle says:

    Ahoa, migwetch for the wonderful music that you play. I recently came across your site and thank the great spirit, Wakan Tanka that I did. The drumming as known by many is the Heartbeat of Mother Earth. Having recently attended two Pow Wows this year, my spirit soars. My Great Grandfather in his time was a Chief at an Ojibwa Reserve here in Canada . I listen to a wide variety of Native music when I am creating my craft work in my hobby room. Our people will go on for many many moons yet and I find that more people are showing a truly , genuine interest in the Anishabe culture, we are a very talented people, Mitakye Oyasin.

  81. Ed Davis says:

    When I lived in the USA I attended many American and Canadian powwows, for many years. Now I live in Israel where the only Native American I know here is a 100% Inca friend from Ecuador. He knows little of powwows. Thank you for powwow.com Pow Wow Radio, which has supplied something valuable, that has been missing in my life. Ed Davis

  82. Lynda Tallis says:

    Love your station
    Banging my hand drum with you. I made my drum at the ATC centre I still have to decorate it, wating for the vision.

    Blessings conecting with my ancesters
    Walking Woman UK

  83. Jean Clemmons says:

    I don’t know if I have any Native American blood in me but I do love your music & pow-wows I will never know who my real father is my parents took his name to the grave with them but I also have a big Native American collection too ::: Hope to hear more from all Native American nations <3

    • Tu-Mani-Ku-Kan says:

      to Jean Climmons, if you feel in your heart that you have some native people in your ancestry, just remember the words of Chief Red Cloud, (Men Become What They Dream-So Dream Well)

  84. CARLA LANE says:


  85. adrian case says:

    hi to all nations ,love the songs and drum may it speak too all the world and bring healing blessings to all and to your ancestors aho.

  86. norma shipshee says:

    One thing that the government cant’ take away from native’s is our music and our religion. proud to b native…

  87. When I feel down or even when I don’t, I turn this on and listen for hours. It wakes my spirit and gets my blood going ! Thank you

  88. I listen every morning before going out into the crazy world. I feel like I can take on the world thanks.

  89. Myra Pierre says:

    I do not get the station any more, do I need to download now? Other day it worked fine from facebook & I enjoyed it!

  90. Kochies says:

    Danzho; Trutle Island frm “BG”Dallas….TEXAS….Dago Teh’….Blessing’s….AHO….B)

  91. shayla says:

    thanks (: really enjoy the music. reminds me of home back in oklahoma . may God bless you in all the things you do.

  92. Valdirene A C Duarte says:

    Hello, brothers … I Valdirene, thank you for exist … I’m Brazilian, but my spirit is Lakota, and is great to listen to my brothers, since I can not see them in person, my spirit soars, listening to songs that celebrate the GREAT SPIRIT … And remind us of our great past, whites stole our land, in the limit, the subjugated, prevented us from being ourselves, we rejoice in his defeat, and soon our erpírito warrior, will quietly rising, but only the restless expect the order of the GREAT SPIRIT, which can all be prepared for the big moment …
    To my brothers wish you good luck and long life …

  93. Sux that I can only listen if my browser is open on my fone the android app fails eta on how long it may take for a fix I’m usein a samsung galaxy s 3 thanx

  94. DJ Greywolf says:

    I listen to the drums all the time along with the words.Very relaxing Thank ou

  95. Hello there I bought the regular app for droid my device is a galaxy s3 and all it keeps doin is saying its loading no music wat should I do?

  96. shayla goombi says:

    i have a request .. black lodge singers please! and i love the music.. reminds me of my grandma and when we used to go to pow wows.. good memories!

  97. carol flett says:

    i’m a big fan of your station, i hail from Kawacatoose First Nation and live in Saskatoon sk

  98. DJ Greywolf says:

    Thi is a good place to hear pow wow drums/music to uplift ones spirit. thanx

  99. Larry Crawford says:

    My Friends at Pow Wow radio, thank you for this great music, my wife and I will be constant listerners from now on, here in SOUTH america, Colombia

  100. This is sooo amazing to listen to…while I was doing my jogging this morning it kept me motivated… Keep doing what you’re doing… God bless you all. 🙂

  101. Neesha Eriacho says:

    This is sooo amazing to listen to…while I was doing my jogging this morning it kept me motivated… Keep doing what you’re doing… God bless you all.

  102. Rose Chief Goes Out says:

    i like this page. do you also have Southern Cree Singers,and the Assinaboine-Cree Singers????? I’m from Rocky Boy’s Rez. In Montana

  103. garnet says:

    Thank you good folks at powwows.com and Paul G. May this heartbeat be always strong, whatever change and chance this world may bring.

  104. nebulas says:

    Ahhhh, at last i found you, a breath of much needed fresh air!! My heart is dancing and my feet wanna follow…Thank You for sharing the only sanity on this planet!! Blessings!!

  105. tu-mani-ku-kan says:

    Hey Paul G, can you have a word with kiowa, he is starting to upset a lot of people on the shout box and is becoming annoying, someone needs to talk to him….thanks…tu-mani

  106. Nancy N says:

    we love your station and the kids in our school love hearing powwow music everyday!!! Everyone feels like dancing.

  107. Ramon Redhawk Hernandez says:

    I think Pow Wow Radio is great, it gives us Native and non-Native the opportunity to hear our music anytime we like.

  108. Alex_Cat says:

    I love Pow Wow Radio 🙂
    Makes my heart happy and feel like I’m home.

    Is there be also an app for android mobile phones planned in the future? Would be very great.

  109. SOON KINGFISHER says:

    everyone SEEK “THE TRUTH” wherever you may go on life’s journey.

  110. I am going to be in Hermitage TN the week-end of the Chattanooga Pow Wow on the River. Am looking to share a ride there and back. No drivers that do drugs or alcohol please.

  111. Tu-Mani-Ku-Kan says:

    The Sound of the Drums is the Heartbeat of Mother Earth and our People

  112. Kochies says:

    Danzho; Everybody….&….Dago Teh’….Pow Wowing my brother’s & sister’s….this is awesome!!!!….Blessing’s To All who reads this….Aho.

  113. Kochies says.... says:

    Danzho; Dago Teh`….wants to share my feels about Pow Wow Radio….feel the power in thier drums….Great Mystery…. Blessing’s To All….Aho.

  114. Just gotta have them dums cause there is a spirit in them and I listen to them a lot kind live the native drums my brothers and sisters of another mother

  115. Boozhoo 🙂 HOWAH just found this app, really need a powwow now!! Aye 🙂 can’t wait to follow the powwow trails this year. Much love for my culture NATIVE PRIDE, the sound of the drums just bring so much spirit in my heart!!

  116. Franklin D.Charlton Motopi (Woundedbear) says:

    gonna record some of this fine boom boom on my cell phone so i may have new music for my enjoyment cause old recordings from last year are getting old. so beat them drums hard my brothers and sisters of another mother?

  117. Franklin D.Charlton Motopi (Woundedbear) says:

    jam to the music 24/7 pretty much unless someone don’t like it than i don’t get to listen but in gen i listen to the drums when i alone

  118. Darrell Tewawina says:

    hello ? I am from the the Hopi reservation and have a drum group called the Eagle Star Singers.we have been singing for 6 yrs now. we have 1 demo out and are working on our 1st album not sure when it will be released.we would very happy if u could take a listen to our demo and air it on the powwow radio. Thank you/KWAH KWAH from THE EAGLE STAR SINGERS.

  119. Wahanataie says:

    I have seen Sheldon Sundown sing many times in the longhouse, love it….

  120. I have a Samsung galaxy tab 2 android tablet ad they say it is not compatible with this app will there be in the near future

  121. Pinatoyi says:

    Oki, i started listening 3 days ago. I believe my health is strengthening. I used to be part of POW WOWS considerably more than in past years. My spirit has been fighting to keep me strong. Medical doctors cannot help me (in past 3 years), the medication have been stealing my soul(that is how i can explain it) Ive started burning sweet grass regularly ( past 3 days) My commonlaw is going to help me get to a sweat. I believe i was strongest when i was around people that were practising.
    People i need to see again are from Piikani Nation, Brocket,Alberta. (Especially a group of Boys who are men now that were the best volleyball team in Southern Alberta years ago. I have the most wonderful common law wife (Loretta), thankyou for the music and your spirituality!!


  122. zappaman says:

    This is Great! I love it. I have to get my Grand-children to listen. This must go on so we never lose this again. You keep me in a happy place. Thanks, One happy Cherokee.

  123. jimmy from northern ireland says:

    friends i am seeking a little help…last week you featured a video somewhere on your excellent site i think it was the Lewis Alexis Singers and the Young Scouts singing Eugenes Song
    can any one tell me any where it might be possible to get a copy of their CD
    Thanks Good Folks

  124. Rodney Lone Eagle says:

    Paul just wanted to says thanks for great music and for your web sight.

  125. Robert C says:

    Greetings from Canada, tansi. The music of our people always connects me with who I am and the sound of our drum speaks to my heart. I often take my drum out to the bush and worship our kind and gracious Creator.

    Chi Megwetch

  126. guylongbow says:

    guylongbow says:

    chi miigwetch to you Paul G. I have been away for awhile from here Thanks for continuing to send me this site info.

  127. guylongbow says:

    Aanii,booshoo from ann arbor,
    this is an awesome site, love it! To anyone who knows of BlueLake Drum Group- Jose Marcus Is in the hospital, he had a masive heart attack about tow weeks ago, my wife and I went to see him last Sunday, he is up in spirits and want to get let all know he is doing okay.

  128. Gerrie Berrie says:

    Im just wondering, why is it when I click pow wows.com it starts like two or three others all at the same time, then I have to go through and click all the others off? this is annoying.

  129. I Love the music. Makes me want to dance!! Keep up the great work I will pass this site on.

  130. Nací escuchando otras músicas, pero siento que ésta emisora me trae la música de mi alma guerrera… Maravilloso haberlos encontrado.
    Saludos y gracias!

  131. jimmy from northern ireland says:

    have just discovered your wonderful radio station today..your music strikes deep into my soul for some reason..as i am an unknowledgeable white man it would be great if there was some way you could indicate on your web site which tribal language i am listening to along with the song title … i feel honoured and priveleged to be able to listen to you wonderful people ….thankyou

    • Rodney Lone Eagle says:

      This type of music is the heart beat of mother earth. It will uplift you, comfort you, and bring peace to your soul. Spent some time in your country when I was younger. My father was assigned to the American Embassy. Walk in Peace.

      • jimmy from northern ireland says:

        Hau Rodney thank you for that my friend . it certainly stirs something in the spirit…it is a good feeling and an excellent meditation source (but i think my wife suspects i am losing the plot as we say here..i`m sure you must have heard that expression in your time over here…i have been listening to very little else this past few weeks )
        it is good to speak to a fellow traveller i hope your time in Ireland was good to you.and i hope The Great Spirit and The Great Mystery bring you much happiness and many good blessings
        Thanks Friend

  132. carolyn davis says:

    just found this site on facebook, love native music and so very hard to find any on internet or radio.

  133. mary anwash says:

    It has been a long time. Sounds so good. I have not heard good music in a long time. Ha-ha still had the beat! Wish i was there.

  134. me encanta esta hemisora espero que dure mucho,saludos desde españa.a los productores y oyentes..paz y armonia,y si hay guerra a luchar..jeje

  135. Robin C. says:

    Just found this station and feel it reverberating through my soul. My grandfather was Blackfoot and grandmother was Seminole, or so I’ve been told. Wish I had been told more about my Native American ancestors.

  136. JaneyMae says:

    I downloaded the app to my iPhone and it played for about 30 minutes. I stopped it to have a conversation and when I tried to make it work again it would not. I have deleted the app and reinstalled it several times but it still just says it’s “loading” when I press “play”. I paid .99 for this app, not much, but I do expect it to work for longer than a half hour for a dollar!

  137. Rodney Lone Eagle says:

    I finally found an online radio station that plays Pow Wow music. Thanks so much. Now I can keep my sanity,

  138. me encanta esta musica,pero luego no paro de cantar..jejej
    saludos a los hijos de la nauraleza,..aaah saludos desde spain,y paz…

  139. osiyo nigada tohitsu … i am sitting here enjoying this powwow radio. it is great… wado.

  140. Ramon Redhawk Hernandez says:

    I love Pow Wow Radio, keeps me in touch with my spirit and heritage…….Dahnzo, Itsetsoii-Ichii

  141. Elo Janis says:

    I recently found this site and about lost it!! I haven’t heard these tunes in years. Listening to them now brings tears to my eyes and allows me to relive memories of growing up with my beautiful Unchi with her instilling our values, traditions and pride into my being.
    I spoke to my mom yesterday and told her how good I felt when I heard these songs to which she replied “It’s because this is who you are and it only takes hearing them again to make you realize how important our culture is”.
    When I listen to ‘white music’, it is only background noise but when our music is playing it makes me feel alive. I see my Unchi’s face smiling down upon me from heaven and I remember her wisdom and realize how lucky I am to have such a beautiful culture and heritage.

  142. ndnsoldierboy says:

    checking out powwow radio cause I got the flu and staying home…usually on my way to bingo/casino about this time…*lol*

  143. Woundedbear says:

    I just love the spiritual music it Colm me it relax’s me it make’s me feel good and I think it has more to do to the fact I am native indian

  144. powwow attende’sounds like MT.Kearsarge,or Parkers maple house,,of the anual inter tribal powwow’s…so nice to find you.

  145. Good site here – Eyabay – I remember from NAC – Native American Chat – Have great day all – Greetz, tha german woman – and thanks for…

  146. thunder dogg says:


  147. Hi n Happy Native Halloween from Estevan,Sask. Just wanted to say,my Pow Wow Radio Station that I listen too from here in Canada has always worked great.I down – loaded to my iphone n never have any trouble with them,either on my lap-top!!Thanks Paul.G n too your staff n keep up the great work!!!Love you guys n have a great weekend,…

    • Scott: First time here. Good to see our music being broadcast.You made a comment about Jimi Hendrix being part native. That’s like saying a chicken is part bird. Since the colonialist men could do whatever they wanted with our women. And any other woman for that matter. This is why most Americans can say their part native. To truly be native is about heart and soul not BIA % numbers. Listen to their footsteps, not their words. From a proud traditionalist native born Seneca brother from Tucarora Rez.

  148. Tuimoc =the only one/Tuimoc Grace=the only 1 pieceful being says:

    I am beginning to fall in love with the art produced. its more then music to me. especially for someone who doen’t even know her own culture. i wish to attend at least one powwow before I die.

  149. Joanne Yankovich says:

    Just downloaded Pow Wow Radio and Native Music Radio iPhone apps. Native Music app works great, I love it! Pow Wow Radio app not working, doesn’t load when I press “play”. Any thoughts? Thanks!!!

  150. dwight pawnee leggins says:

    I am glad I found pow wow songs, I am South Dakota moved down to WV.

  151. Joel Woolleu says:

    I helped put word out about this station though i was not asked to I felt that it should be known. I’ve got to say love the commercial free and the great tunes. hoka

  152. like becky says it sounds like drumming in an echo chamber. kinda cool, but prolly pretty hard to dance to.

      • Gerrie Berrie says:

        when I log onto this site, It always begin by having like two or three other groups singing, the same song. or like its in a canyon with real bad echoes. when i go to another part of your site, then it stops. what is this? can it be fixed somehow? I really enjoy your music.

    • rosie youngbear (ma-gi-ka) says:

      just gettin off of this bose jk just listen to some north bear fore ever round dance

  153. why is it I ture on this it plays for a second and then sounds like its echoing WHY!! sounds like 4drum group reverbing????? thanks!!

  154. Monika McBride says:

    Hi, I’m enjoying your powwow drums! when we are in the US soon, where can we find your powwow radio – only online or also as a radion station?
    Do you know if there is a powwow in Tucson AZ in December?
    I couldn’t find it –
    my husband (American) loves powwow music too!
    greetings from Germany – Monika McBride

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