Bringing together some of the greatest singers from the Great Lakes region, the Gentlemenï¾’s 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.
From the heart of the Ojibwe woodlands, Pipestone spins tales of love's wild ups and downs in this fresh collection of round dance songs. With often hilarious lyrics taken from life on the Pow-Wow Trail, Pipestone combines tough singing and a swinging hand drum beat in this tribute to love's break-ups and make-ups.
5-time Grammyï¾® nominee Northern Cree rank among the best drum groups that the Pow-Wow trail has ever seen. They have also helped elevate the status of the Round Dance among the tribes of Native America and beyond. This collection charts the odyssey of romance from the innocence of first love to the temptations of fiery infatuation.
With wit finely honed on the Pow-Wow Trail, Mike Sullivan, Sr. and Opie Day-Bedeau perform Round Dance songs that relish love found and lament love lost. Sung in Ojibwe and English to the beat of the hand drum, these expressive songs relate tales of the rocky journey to find true love.
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.
Pipestone chronicles the drama of love and life on the Rez with songs that put a hilarious twist on heartbreak. With an edgy sense of humor and a jammin' Round Dance beat, these well-known Ojibwe singers rock the house "as the Rez turns!"
Imaginative and much-admired singer Opie Day-Bedeau draws upon his Ojibwe culture and years of singing experience to craft songs that convey the power of love. With bold lyrics and suave vocals delivered with quiet intensity, his soul-stirring songs will echo throughout Round Dance country.
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