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Cloud Microphones: Where Hearing Is Believing
It was that warm analog sound that instantly attracted Rodger Cloud to the ribbon microphones originally designed by the Radio Corporation of America (RCA)...
Music 'Addict' Gabriel Ayala Plays for Pope and President
The man and his music are inseparable because the performer and the performance are one...
Gabriel Ayala Takes to the Airwaves and Books a Gig at the Vatican
As proud as he is of his Native American Music Awards “Artist of the Year” accolades and “Best International Album” recognition from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, guitarist...
The Body and Sol Women's Expo Attracted Over a Thousand to Casino Del Sol Resort
Pascua Yaqui tribal elder Narcisco Bule and wife Fern offered a welcome prayer at the expo opening...
A Conversation With Nammy Artist of the Year Gabriel Ayala
On October 7, 2011 Gabriel Ayala , (Pascua Yaqui) a classically trained guitarist and one of Indian country’s most successful recording artists, was honored as Artist of the Year a...
Saturday Night Videos: Rock the NAMMYs
The 13th annual Native American Music Awards (NAMMYs) were held last night in Niagara Falls, New York...
The Return of Saturday Night Videos
As a follow up to our post about the Indian Summer Music Awards nominees , here's video playlist comprised of ISMA picks and some recommendations from our Facebook friends ...
Chickasaw Chamber Music Festival Bridges Gap Between Two Worlds
Patti Jo King
Dr Louis Ballard The works of the late Louis Ballard, celebrated Cherokee/Quapaw composer, were the highlight of the inaugural 2011 Chickasaw Chamber Music Festival, held in Ada, O...
Recommended: Randy Wood, Antonio Woody, Gabriel Ayala and Will Clipman
ICTMN Recommends: Randy Wood, The Gift of Life: Round Dances and Songs of the Native Road Canyon Records From the Saddle Lake Cree First Nation in Alberta, Canada, Randy Wood is a ...