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Native recording artist Fawn Wood (Cree/Salish) is known for her inspirational harmonies. For years she’s shared her voice on the powwow trail and in the places closest to her cultures and traditions. Fawn comes from a strong singing family and has extended an invitation to other powerful voices to join her on her latest album “Kikāwiynaw,” which translates to “our mother.” It’s a mix of round dance, hand game and traditional rhythms. Some of the extra voices on this 13-song collection include Randy, Raven and Cindy Jim Wood. In this hour, we hear more about this project and why Fawn continues to bring attention to the strength of Indigenous women across our Native Nations.
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Break Music: It’s Our Arbor Tonight (song) Fawn Wood Featuring Kevin Yazzie (artist) Kikāwiynaw (album)
Yolanda Fallin says
I’m very interested.
i like to talk to fawn and dallas k sorry if i miss spell words look i live in a town called dunbar i not able to move any where or traviel the most i like is to get threre email and talk or phone number i know there busy but i live in fayette county pa dunbar if you can please i just want to talk to them i look up to them k well if you can pass that along i sure would appreat it thanks thanks for your time by the way my name is ray