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Northern Cree
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Northern Cree, also known as the Northern Cree Singers, is a powwow and Round Dance drum and singing group, based in Maskwacis, Alberta, Canada Formed in 1980 (or 1982) by Randy Wood, with brothers Charlie and Earl Wood of the Saddle Lake Cree Nation (Plains Indian music), members originate from the Treaty 6 area.
Lyla June
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Lyla June is a Native American environmental scientist, doctoral student, educator, economist, community organizer and musician of Diné (Navajo), Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) and European lineages from Taos, NM.  
Ron Kanutski
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As a past Social Worker & Addictions Counselor, he has made appearances on TVO, APTN & PBS to discuss social issues but has yet to make an appearance as an entertainer. "I am not worried," Ron says "If it is meant to be, my time will come." ​ Ron's comedy is flexible from clean to blue, pg to rated R and he is ready to perform bringin.....
Native Pride Dancers
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We are an internationally known high-energy show featuring an innovative blend of modern and traditional Native American dance styles. Our performers' regalia are adorned with vivid assortments of brightly-colored ribbons, feathers, and beads, and furs; all of which honor our nations' elders and the legacy of our traditional arts. Our dance is.....
Douglas Blue Feather
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Douglas Blue Feather is an internationally known recording artist and performer of music featuring the Native American flute and is recognized as one of the most accomplished flutists of today.
Nakotah LaRance
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Nakotah LaRance is a 6 time World Hoop Dance Champion and Native American Actor. He currently does both public and private performances. He was a principal dancer for Cirque Du Soleil's "Totem" show and now does special projects for them.
Ramona Moore Big Eagle
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Award winning and internationally renowned motivational speaker, storyteller, cultural educator, consultant, and workshop facilitator. Sharing Eastern Woodland Culture, Ramona erases stereotypes and myths while providing programming covering aspects of daily life such as dance, stories, language, music, and beliefs from the past to the present.....
Arvel Bird
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Arvel Bird's “Celtic Indian” brand is a reflection of his mixed-blood American Indian and Celtic heritages -- With his violin, fiddle, Native flutes and Irish whistles, Arvel weaves a powerful tapestry of music and stories. From music festivals to concert halls, audiences get a glimpse into his Native American heart and Scottish soul.
Delwin Fiddler, Jr.
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Delwin Fiddler, Jr. is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and a world renowned Native American performing Artist. The art of traditional song and dance was passed on to him by his relatives before him. He has been an award winning grass dancer on the pow wow trail since he was a teenager. He is also versed in hoop dancing, ro.....
Spirit Wing
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Once you hear one of Spirit Wing’s impassioned performances you will not soon forget their intense respect for their people and the history of Native Americans or that they have become one of the most popular Native American acts in the Middle Atlantic States.
Tchin
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As performer and educator, Tchin inspires creativity and positive growth through enlightenment, motivation and leadership.
Martin Espino
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Martin currently performs locally, nationally and internationally as a Soloist and with his acclaimed group, MEXIKA “Music and Dance of Ancient Mexico”. He is also a Master Outreach Teaching Artist for College of the Canyons Educational Outreach (2004 - present). He also provides Soundbath and Meditation events.

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