MUSIC

 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Heart Beat Drums - Great Drums!
American Indian Flutes  New!
 
MUSICAL CD / DVDs
Contemporary
Country / Folk
Flute Music
Monthly Specials
Pow Wow Songs
Rock and Rap
Specialty Songs
Spiritual Songs
Storytellers
Traditional
Live at the Beaver Lodge - Sidney Castel 
 
INDEPENDENT MUSIC ARTISTS
Bunny Sings Wolf! 
Judy Fasone
Ghost Trails to Manataka
Forefathers Band - 'Manataka'
Marvin Specine Flute
John Two-Hawks
Qua Ti Si
 
FEATURE STORIES
Bill Miller Wins Third Grammy!
Joanne Shenandoah Wins Grammy! 
XIT Band of New Mexico
Hungry for Heroes:
 

NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS

1st to 3rd Native American Awards  1998 - 2000

4th Annual Native American Music Awards  2001
5th Annual Native American Music Awards   2002
6th Annual Native American Music Awards   2003
7th Annual Native American Music Awards   2004
8th Annual Native American Music Awards   2005

11th Annual Native American Music Awards  2009

13th Annual Native American Music Awards  2011
14th Annual Native American Music Awards 2013
 

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