THE NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS

Founded and incorporated in 1998, The Native American Music Association and
The Native American Music Awards (NAMA) remain the world's largest and only professional membership-based organization dedicated to music initiatives by Native North Americans and American Indians.  
The Native American Music Association was established in 1998 as a 501(c)(3) following the debut of the Native American Music Awards in order to promote greater cultural understanding of Native American music and culture to the general public.

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 The Music Industry's Only National Organization for the 

Advancement & Recognition of Native American Music Expressions Around The World 
 

Devoted to bringing Indigenous music to the world's consciousness.
NY TIMES
 
It's time to start taking Native American music seriously.
USA Today


The Awards show for Native American Entertainment.
Jeopardy TV Game Show

There is no better indication of the remarkable variety of today's
Native American music than a glance at the Native American Music Awards.
Billboard Magazine
 
 The best music created by Indigenous artists in all its variety and excellence.
Indian Country Today Media Network 

From the extraordinary rock ballads of Jim Boyd to the powerful tenor Lawrence Harris the comedy of puppeteer Buddy Big Mountain and the emotional vocals of Jamie Coon; the artists featured are without exception in command of the stage and show just how good Native artists can be.
News From Indian Country

All the professionalism and production values of much larger events like the Grammy Awards
and the American Music Awards
American Federation of Radio Television Artists

 

A Message From President Ellen Bello


   "These are the many voices of the original Americas and they arrive at their strongest and in record-breaking numbers for all to hear. 
 
Our recordings span from historical initiatives, prison writings of Leonard Peltier, to present day questions for the great Ogalala leader, Crazy Horse, and Native youth speaking louder than ever with their powerful raps about their poignant plights armed with a spirit of undaunted perserverence.

The recording categories reflect an impressive and diverse array of talent and soundscapes from all ages and tribal nations throughout the Americas.
 
Ellen Bello 
Founder/President
NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS


 
 

Support Native Music

WOLF BENEFIT CD

WOLF BENEFIT CD - BUY IT NOW!

by Various Artists

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"Everything in creation is a relative, no different than your aunt, uncle, brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather or parents. All of society needs to understand that if a family member is dying that we, as a good relative, do everything we can to support their battle to live." - Albert White Hat (Lakota) *teacher and advisor on the movie Dances with Wolves.

Every artist has donated their songs for this CD to help support Wolf Advocacy

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  1. 1 Lone Wolf 03:08
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  2. 2 Cry Wolf 04:44
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  3. 3 Nature Dance 05:47
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  4. 4 Cry of the Wolf - Download Bonus Track 04:46
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  5. 5 Medicine Wolf 03:54
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  6. 6 Wolf Song 01:45
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  7. 7 Song of The Wolf 04:21
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  8. 8 Wolf 04:32
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  9. 9 She Wolf (La Lupa) 04:12
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  10. 10 Human Brother 03:27
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  11. 11 Run Wolf Sister - Bonus Track 05:35
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  12. 12 Forgiveness 03:34
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  13. 13 Spirit of the Wolf 02:53
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  14. 14 Dawn 04:02
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  15. 15 Waya Adanvdo -Heart of the Wolf 05:23
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  16. 16 Yellowstone - Bonus Track 05:14
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  17. 17 Wolves In The Rain - Bonus Track 03:39
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NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS
PO BOX 1705
Lindenhurst, NY  11757 - 0944
Ph 212.228.8300  Fx 646.688.6883
EMAIL US AT:   NAMALIVE@aol.com  


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