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
Young Spirit is a proud voice for all Native American & First Nations people. Akameyimoh Baby Boy (Keep Trying Baby Boy) is a song composed by Jacob Faithful dedicated to a young boy after the loss of his Mother. The message of their songs run deep, unique & encouraging to Native people. In this album all songs are sung in the Plain Cree language unless otherwise noted. Songs listed as Straight indicate that they are sung in vocables only. Please join us Friday, January 17, 2014 12PM (MST) for this weeks Feature CD.
Championship & Host Drum Meskwaki Nation, from Tama, IA is one of the hottest & well known Contemporary drum groups on the Pow-Wow trails. Rockin' Tha Bellz was captured & recorded live at the 2010 Hunting Moon Pow-Wow in Milkwaukee. Join us this Friday, January 10, 2014 for this weeks Feature CD 12PM (MST). This CD was donated to KSUT by Drumhop Productions, if you are interested in this album or any other Native Artist please visit them at www.drumhop.net
The cold snow of winter welcomes the Round Dance & Christmas season for the Plains Cree community of Western Canada. Randall Paskemin a member of the Plains Cree, brings us Christmas Cheer, an album of original Christmas songs with a flavor of Round Dance style to celebrate the cozy joy of the holidays. Tune is this Friday, December 27, 2013 12PM (MST) for this weeks Feature CD.
Little Island Cree is one of the best-kown family singing groups of Canada and was created by Clayton Chief. Little Island Cree has written and performed their songs throughout Canada and United States, they have been nominated and won several awards in the Canada music industry. This weeks Feature CD Little Island Cree, @Ministikwan was recorded live at Ministikwan Round Dance in Island Lake, Saskatchewan. Join us Friday, December 6, 2013 from 12PM (MST) for this weeks Feature CD.
Grammy - nominee Cheevers Toppah, born in Oklahoma comes from a strong family line of singers. Toppah been nurtured by the traditions of the Native American Church (NAC) his entire life. A Good Day, A Better Tomorrow is dedicated to the memory of those singers who taught him how to sing. Please join us Friday, November 22, 2013 12PM (MST) on Tribal Radio for this weeks Feature CD. This CD was donated to KSUT by Canyon Records, if you are interested in this album or any other Native Artist please visit them at CanyonRecords.com or NativeAmericanMusicNews.com
Stoney Creek has been around since 1993 representing the Native People of North Carolina and the East Coast. A little about the title and their effort came from the recent trials of one of their brothers and founding members, who was diagnosed with Lymphoma. They partnered with the Southern Sun Singers and Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc in an effort known locally as the "Go Bo" campaign - coining the slogan "Love is Determination." This particular album was donated to the station copies of this album and or other Native Artist can be found at www.DRUMHOP.net. Please join us this Friday,
Nitanis "Kit" Largo, started singing at the age of 7 years old with her late Aunt Eleanor Elliott. Singing, music, pow-wow and dancing has always been a part of her life. Her father is a musician and her mother is a jingle dress dancer and she would travel to many pow-wows. At the age of 17 years old "Kit" started back-up singing with the drum group Bear Creek. She has also been featured on many pow-wow recordings with Bear Creek, Tha Tribe and Rocky Boy Agency. She was also included in a trio with Alex E.