Tha Tribe deliver a championship performance of fierce singing and drumming recorded live at the famous Woodland Bowl at the Menominee Nation Pow-Wow. Singing straight songs in the traditional style, Tha Tribeï¾’s raw energy conveys the essence of the Pow-Wow with these tree-shaking songs.
Hear explosive singing and drumming from south and north when Young Bird and Midnite Express come together. Grammy nominated Young Bird is a world championship drum from Oklahoma popular throughout pow-wow country. From Minnesota, Midnite Express is rising rapidly to the top of the Pow-Wow hit parade. The enduring spirit of today's pow-wow is felt through the beat of the drum and the power of song of these two groups.
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.
Holder of six World Championship titles for their singing and drumming, High Noon carries one of pow-wow's most enduring and honored singing traditions. Beginning more than two decades ago on the Thunderchild Reserve, Saskatchewan, they continue to among pow-wow's most respected groups. Singing in the original Plains Cree style, High Noon maintains the pride of their people and sings from the heart whenever they sit around the drum.
Together the Blackfeet, the Kainai, the Piikani and the Siksika form the Blackfoot Confederacy, one of the proudest and strongest alliances in the history of Native America. From the great Nations that comprise the Confederacy, some of the most respected singers on the pow-wow trail gather to sing together at one drum for this historic recording. For the first time, these songs, belonging to the Confederacy are sung by members from each of the four great Nations.
Red Rock is two-time Grammy nominee Northern Cree at their very best. Recorded live in Muckleshoot, this legendary drum group gives dancers and spectators an experience of the thrilling energy only found in the Pow-Wow circle.
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.
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