Featuring performances by Joe Syrette, Edmond Tate Nevaquaya, Jeremy "Worm" Dearly, Nitanis "Kit" Landry and Arianne Sheka. Acclaimed singer and songmaker Wayne Silas, Jr. (Menominee/Oneida) draws upon his years of experience singing with some of the greatest Pow-Wow drum groups to craft his debut solo Round Dance recording. Blending his signature style with in-your-face humor and superb singing, Silas' songs reflect tales of love both sweet and sour.
Led by Wayne Silas Jr., and hailing from Lawrence, Kansas, Tha Tribe unites excellent singers and drummers from many tribal groups into their trademark contemporary pow-wow sound. Gaining new fans wherever they sing on their travel across Pow-Wow Country, The Tribe are at the head of the pack of a growing number of singing groups who are extending the boundaries of pow-wow singing and style into the new millenium.
Led by Wayne Silas Jr., and uniting singers from many tribal groups, Tha Tribe continues to break new ground with their innovative singing and drumming style. Recorded live in their hometown of Lawrence, Kansas, this recording proves why Tha Tribe is one of the most dynamic drum groups on the pow-wow circuit today.
From Lawrence, Kansas, Tha Tribe is one of today's top pow-wow groups known for its cutting edge singing style. Recorded live at the 2001 Apache Gold Casino Pow-Wow in San Carlos, Arizona, Tha Tribe's thrilling singing and drumming are experienced in this collection of their latest and greatest songs.
From Lawrence, Kansas, Tha Tribe are at the top of today's contemporary pow-wow scene. Comprised of singers from diverse tribal backgrounds, Tha Tribe have forged a singing style all their own. Captured live at the MSU Pow-Wow of Love in Lansing, Michigan, their powerhouse singing and drumming talents sweep through with the force of a winter storm...
Catch your breath and get ready for your second contest songs as Tha Tribe tests you with their Mad Hops and Crazy Stops. If you can meet their beat and jam to what Tha Tribe throws down you'll be around for the contest crown. So take it away and don't let your drumsticks drop until they've danced to your hottest Mad Hops and Crazy Stops!
Singing and drumming with power and pride, Tha Tribe continues to be one of pow-wow's most exciting groups. Their singing and style reflect the vitality of today's pow-wow scene in which time-honored traditions are maintained and blended while living and surviving in the modern world.
The pow-wow scene of today is a world in which traditional and modern exist side by side; where hip-hop style and the beat of the grass dance meet. The younger generation of dancers and singers maintain their time-honored Native traditions in today's world of rapidly changing, cutting-edge style. Direct from the pow-wow trail, these championship singers bridge two disparate worlds like no other pow-wow group can.
Combining stunning style and firm commitment to traditions, Tha Tribe have shared their songs and their drum with pow-wow people all across North America. Bringing together noted young singers from many tribal groups and singing in multiple Native languages, Tha Tribe's songs reflect the intertribal fusion of modern pow-wow. On this live recording they gather around the drum and deliver their stupendous singing talent in a tribute to the memory of a late friend and singer, Emery "Jay" Pewaush.
Tha Tribe merges tough singing with lyrics narrating love's ups and downs on their first recording of Round Dance songs. Presented as a radio show, Tha Quiet Storm is where Rez humor and urban culture collide and Native tradition is catapulted to the future.
Bringing together some of the greatest singers from the Great Lakes region, the Gentlemenís Club perform Round Dances loaded with the smoothest lyrics and slickest singing in the Midwest set to a rock-solid hand drum beat. Featuring performances by Opie Day-Bedeau, Mike Sullivan, Wayne Silas Jr. and singers from Midnite Express & Pipestone.
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