Tribal

Tribal

Please join KSUT, for this weeks Feature CD Chicken Scratch Christmas this Friday, December 12, 2014 12PM (MST).  Twelve popular Christmas carols are done in the happy go lucky chicken scratch style by one of the premiere bands of the Tohono O'odham. Includes Frosty the Snowman, Silent Night, Feliz Navidad and Jingle Bells.

Warscout a well known drum group composed "RED CHRISTMAS" a compilation of Round Dance songs sang in the Plains Cree Style with a Holiday theme.  Released in 2006 on the Canyon Records label this CD embodies the Holiday spirit including everything from humor to courtship.  Round Dance Season has started in many rural communities throughout Canada and the Northern United States.  A Social Dance held primarily during the Winter months, with the majority occurring during the  Holiday Season.  Join us this Friday, December 5, 2014 12PM(MST) for this weeks Feature CD  KSUT Tribal Radio would lik

Northern Cree and Wild Band of Comanches, are two respectable drum groups that have devoted their lives to preserve the living legacy of their indigenous heritage through songs and dance.  This collaboration brings together the mighty singing traditions of the Northern & Southern Plains, naming the album "Breaking Boundaries" meant to break boundaries amongst Native people.   Join us this Friday, October 3, 2014 12PM(MST) for this weeks Feature CD "Breaking Boundaries." 

This weeks Feature CD "Heart of Nations"  comes from the land, which is known as Turtle Island.  A land of nations, can speak of days in which all thrived and lived in harmony with Mother Earth.  Turtle Island Music has maintained integrity to keep their people united with Mother Earth through songs.  Tune in this Friday, September 26, 2014 at 12PM(MST) for this weeks Feature CD "Heart of Nation."  This CD was donated to KSUT by Turtle Island Music.  If you are interested in this album or any other Native Artist, visit them online at http://www.tur

Young Buffalo Horse is an intertribal group, a group of young men and women that originated from the original group "Buffalo Horse" of Red Wood Falls Minnesota.   They strive each day to touch people with their songs and hold their traditions of singing so that they can influence young natives to learn and continue their traditions as well. 

Indigenous front man, Mato Nanji, was born and raised on the Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota.  Mato started to show his talent he had for music, ate a young age.  His Father was in a band in the 60's and with the knowledge, experience and love his father over shadowed Mato, his brother, sister and cousin and formed the band Indigenous in their late teens. 

Rocky Boy & Shoshone-Bannock Festival, Feature, 8/1

Jul 29, 2014

Rocky Boy, Montana  is home to the members of the Chippewa Cree Tribe.  The Name Rocky Boy comes from the name of a leader of a land of Chippewa Indians.  The name means "Stone Child" it was not translated correctly from Cree to English and "Rocky Boy" evolved.  This year is their 50th Annual Rocky Boy Pow Wow & Celebration, August 1 - 3, 2014.

Cree Confederation, represent the Cree people of the Treaty Six area, they were formed in the winter of 2007.  On this album you will hear their power with full swiftness voices and drumming, dancer to shake their bells & kick up their feet. 

Cree Confederation Awards, Nominations & Submissions;  2010, Best Pow-Wow CD-Contemporary, Pakosiyimitan, Nominee.  2011, Best Group or Duo, Submission.  2012, Best Group or Duo, Horse Dance-Mistatim Simoowin, Nominee.  2012, Best Pow-wow CD-Contemporary-Horse Dance Mistatim, Nominee. 

Skylar Wolf, Native American Navajo/Ute was born and raised as a sheepherder in Huerfano, New Mexico.  He now resides in Farmington, New Mexico with his family.  Wolfs, talent comes straight from the heart and soul, he was awarded  with a "NAMMY" in 2009.  Please join us this Friday, June 20, 2014 for this weeks Feature CD, Skylar Wolf, Conviction, 12P.M. (MST).  This CD was donated to the station by Skylar Wolf, himself. 

Joy Harjo & Poetic Justice have worked in water rights attorney, a tribal judge, two educators and a stock clerk.  They call themselves Poetic Justice as a term of grace, expressing how justice can appear in the world despite forces of confusion and destruction.  Their music speaks for them in a blend of influences that speak of community, love for people, for all creatures, for this crazy beautiful history.  Please join us this Friday, June 6, 2014 for this weeks Feature CD, Joy Harjo & Poetic Justice, 12P.M. (MST). 

1982, Northern Cree singers were founded by Steve Wood, his brothers Randy & Earl Wood.  The group originates from Saddle Lake Cree Nation, but is made up of members from the Treaty 6 area from; Frog Lake Cree Nation, Onion Lake Cree Nation, Samson Cree Nation, Louis Bull Cree Nation & Poundmaker Cree Nation.

Formed in the winter of 2007, Cree Confederation has made and met their aspirations of becoming a recognizable Pow-Wow Drum Group.  So many great drum groups have encouraged and mentored their dream, Cree Confederation have taken their place in the winter's circle amongst champions.  They represent the Cree people of the Treaty Six area.  Their style of music they share comes from their grandfathers, a style that is a hybrid of original and contemporary style of singing. 

Young Spirit was formed in the summer of 2001 at a Pow-Wow in Hobbema, Alberta.  This group of friends wished to represent their Western Canadian Plans Cree culture & be a proud voice for all First Nations & Native American people.  Awards & Nominations, 2012, Best Pow-Wow CD, Live at Hinckley & 2013, Best Pow-Wow CD, Takakikeh, nominee. 

Buddy Red Bow is a Native American musical legend whose memory often evokes emotional responses from fans of this genre.  Buddy Red Bow was a great storyteller & folk musician, passing down songs & stories throughout the ages.  The very best stories are on this album Journey To The Spirit World.  Bow's heartfelt delivery makes it a worthwhile.  Please join us for this weeks Feature CD, Journey To The Spirit World this Friday, April 18th, 2014 at 12PM (MST).

Anyone who has been to a pow-wow or round dance has likely heard of the talented singer and songwriter Delia Waskewitch, from Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.  Delia grew up in a musical family as her father played the guitar and sang in a band, her mother also sang however she sang in their home.  She remembers her mother singing and whistling while she cooked and cleaned.

Putumayo Presents Native America, a collection of music by singer-songwriters and instrumentalists who draw inspiration from their traditions.  In this collection there are ten artist; the album opens up with Florent Vollant, Chole Sainte Marie, R. Carlos Nakai & Will Clipman just to name a few, Jery Alfred & the Medicine Beat, draws the album's circle to a close.  Haunting flute music and entrancing vocals reveal the power of contemporary Native American music from the U.S.

Clan/Destine a five member band, Frank Poocha, on vocals, keyboards and trumpet;  Dave Montour, on bass, Native American flute and vocals;  Chuck Harris, on lead and acoustic guitar;  Steve Gatlin, on drums; Juan Sanchez, on vocal and congas.  Mixing rock, acoustic and reggae with the sounds of their Native American heritage.  Clan/destine creates exciting original music.  Join us for this weeks Feature CD this Friday, March 21, 2014 @ 12PM (MST).  This CD was donated to Tribal Radio by Canyon Records.  For more information about other traditional and contemporary recordings contact Canyon

Hovia Edwards (pronounce hoo-vee-ya) of the Shoshone-Navajo-Okanogan heritage.  Was only 14 at the time of this recording in January of 1998.  Her father, Herman Edwards is a performer & flute maker & encouraged her from early childhood to master the flute.  Hovia is a second generation flutist & has grown up performing around the world & soloist at the Scottsdale Center for the Art in Arizona.  The album Morning Star, Hovia performs original & traditional melodies in a style that is youthful yet with a surprising maturity for an artist so young.  Please join us this Fri

Clayson Benally & Jeneda Benally, brother & sister of Blackfire, originally from Black Mesa on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona, were born into the heart of a political land dispute separating them by a fence from traditional homeland and family.  They grew up protesting the environmental degradation and inhumane acts of cultural genocide against their traditional way of life They are very excited to announce their new side project "Sihasin"!

LeeAnn Brady, is an enrolled member of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in New Town, North Dakota.  She has been baptized into the Catholic and Congregational Churches & a member of the Native American Church all her life.  All religions & churches have prayer & song in one way or another.  In Jesus' Name was composed in hope & intention that this recording will inspire listeners to live a prayerful life of hope, faith, love & to bring good feelings of joy & happiness, from the singing of traditions of the Native American

Young Bear singers were started by the sons of the great Mandaree & White Lodge singers.   They are a talented young group of singers deeply-rooted in the Mandaree community of North Dakota.  Young Bear composed, Keepin it Old Style,  because that's what they've been taught.  This album is the next generation original style singing in the pow-wow world.  If you like Mandaree you will love this album,  join us this Friday, February 21, 2014 at 12PM(MST) on Tribal Radio for this weeks Feature CD.  Young Bear, Keepin it Old Style was donated to KSUT by, Drumhop Productions.  For more infor

Tony Duncan is of Apache and Arikara-Hidatsa-Mandan heritage.  Duncan is an active pow-wow dancer and hoop dancer.  He is a five-time World Champion Hoop Dancer and is ranked among the top ten in the world.  Duncan received the Native American Music Award for Artist of the year in 2013.  He has toured nationally and internationally with pop-star Nelly Furtado.  Duncan music captures the true essence of Native America with the soft and soothing melodies of the Apache cane flute as acoustic guitar adds a serene accompaniment and drums add the beats for his dancing.  Please join us Friday, Feb

Jeff Carpenter (Chickasaw) & Brad Clonch (Mississippi Choctaw) came together to form Injunity.  Electric guitars & the soaring melodies of the Native American Flute, Injunuity combine lush orchestral rock with the sound of the Native Flute.  Please join us  this Friday, January 24, 2014 at 12PM (MST) on Tribal Radio, for this weeks Feature CD.  Injunuity, Fight for Survival was donated to KSUT by Canyon Records.  For more information about other traditional and contemporary recordings contact Canyon Records @ www.canyonrecords.com

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