For those interested in Native American music by particular singing group, singers and/or musicians, Crazy Crow offers this display that groups recordings that way, regardless of record labels. This will make it much easier to find recordings you are interested in with a single search or view of available titles: Indian House, Canyon, Indian Sounds, etc.
Black Lodge Singers - Black Lodge Singers are one of the most respected northern style drum groups on the pow-wow circuit, highly in demand as a host drum throughout the United States and Canada. The Black Lodge Singers are Kenny Scabby Robe(Blackfeet), his wife Louise (Yakama), and his 12 sons.
Southern Thunder Singers" - The Southern Thunder drum group was formed in 1991, but the older members had been singing together around Oklahoma long before then. The core group is comprised of ceremonial singers, either in their own tribal ceremonies, or by invitation at the ceremonies of other tribes. Most are members of the Native American Church.
Yellow Hammer Singers - Hailing from Pawnee, Oklahoma, this 2001 GRAMMY nominee demonstrates through their music the power of today's Native American spirit. YoungBird brings its world-class southern-style singing to all parts of pow-wow country. Always in demand, this championship Native American drum group travels extensively throughout North America. YoungBird is truly at the forefront of today's pow-wow scene.
YoungBird Singers - YoungBird Singers started In July, 1997 at Prairie Island, Minnesota. Since then, YoungBird has had over 50 singers, snd has composed over 100 songs. YB Travels to all parts Of The U.S. and Canada, averaging 35 Powwows each year, making them one of the most traveled drum groups. This GRAMMY nominated group demonstrates through their music the power of today's Native American spirit. Young Bird brings its world-class southern-style singing to all parts of powwow country. Always in demand, this championship Native American drum group travels extensively throughout North America. Young Bird is truly at the forefront of today's pow-wow scene.
Primeaux & Mike - Verdell Primeaux is of Oglalla/Yankton Sioux and Ponca heritage and was born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He has a daugter name Wichoni and two sons name kurdell and Ordell. Verdell now resides in Tuba City, Arizona. Johnny Mike is a Diné (Navajo) from Kitsili, Black Mesa, Arizona. His maternal clan is Near the Water People and on his father's side he represents the Salt Clan. He has two children, Rachael and Shane, and resides in Chinle, Arizona.
R. Carlos Nakai - Over the past two decades, Nakai has melded his classical training with his expertise on the cedar flute to form a complex, sophisticated sound that not only reveals the flute's uniqueness, but covers the spectrum of musical genres: jazz ensembles, piano and guitar collaborations, and the concert hall. Additionally, Nakai creates new sounds for the flute using electronic technology such as synthesizers and digital delay.