The group originated in 1989 when Malcom Yepa and his family
traveled to Lame Deer, Montana for a pow-wow. A cousin of
the group, Jimmy Little Coyote, introduced Malcom and his
family to the pow-wow tradition. Upon returning home to
Jemez, Malcom wanted to begin this tradition in his
community. He gathered a group of cousins and friends and
tada...you have the Black Eagle Singers. Over the many years
Black Eagle has received numerous accomplishments including:
- 2007 Grammy Nominees for Best Native American
Music Album 'Voice of the Drum' - 2006 Native
American Music Award Nomination for the album 'Straight Up
Northern' - 2005 Grammy Nomination for the album
'Straight Up Northern' - 2004 Grammy Winners-Best Native
American Music Album for the album 'Flying Free' - 2003
Native American Music Awards Winners for Best Powwow Album
'Flying Free' - 2002 Grammy Nominees for Best Native
American Music Album 'Life Goes On'.
We are The Callin' Eagle northern youth drum group from The
Dine' Nation. Callin' Eagle started caring
the drum years ago, when they were initiated into the the
powwow circle at the Zuni Tribal Fair in Zuni, New Mexico.
Callin' Eagle is a northern style drum group. Callin' Eagle
Has traveled extensively across the United States
representing various tribes and cultures. Callin' Eagle
singers are busy going singing, dancing, hand drumming,
having fun, & traveling. There are 5 families contributing
to Callin' Eagle success, each family providing support &
guidance to our young singers.
Cree Society was formed through thoughts and dreams of young
singers and song makers singing their own style of songs.
Being young and sticking together as friends, brothers and
sisters, Cree Society first set up at Muskeg Lake powwow in
the Summer of 2003. We have had the opportunity to host
powwows from as far south as New Mexico, and as far North as
Northern Manitoba. The members of Cree Society are fun
loving individuals, who believe humor, fun and singing is
what keeps them together. All singers strongly believe in
the traditional ways, and incorporate the beliefs and
customs into their everyday lives, as it is a part of their
We are a drum group from the Pueblo of San Felipe, New
Mexico. The group is mainly all cousins and brothers, but
aren't we all. We have been on the powwow trail for awhile
and have won numerous drum contest. But we have not had the
luck to get signed with anybody. If you would like to know
more about us please just ask. See ya' on the powwow trail,
cuz our car stops at every powwow.
MILE POST 30 COME FROM THE SMALL COMMUNITY OF TSE' DAA'
KAAN. WHICH IS LOCATED EAST OF SHIPROCK, NM. LOCATED ON THE
GREAT NAVAJO NATION. WE ARE BROTHERS THAT COME THE
SURROUNDING AREA WHO ENJOY SINGING. WE COME FROM DIFFERENT
GROUPS SUCH AS STONE CREEK, SUN EAGLE AND CREE SOCIETY. WE
BEGAN SINGING TOGETHER AS MILE POST 30 BACK IN THE FALL OF
2005...BUT AS INDIVIDUAL SINGERS WE HAVE BEEN SINGING FOR
MANY, MANY YEARS. WE SING THE NORTHERN ORIGINAL STRAIGHT
STYLE. THE GREATEST SINGING STYLE THERE IS..WE CONTINUE TO
TRAVEL AROUND AND SHARE OUR MUSIC WITH THE PEOPLE OF THIS
Greetings to al!! Well as some of yawls know, we are the
Northern Vibe singers from the Pueblo of Jemez. Our group
members all have years of singing under our belts, so our
experiences put together have created a group with powerful
Red eagle wing singers have been singing since 1978, we are Dine' from hogback NM. we are a family drum group consisting of my older brother Billy, my younger brother Johnny, my mother and myself. we have had other family members join and help us sing. Now we have our nephews who are helping us with our singing. We have travelled extensively throughout the western portion of this great land of ours. all the way up to Canada, Montana, south Dakota, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, California, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Influenced by many elders learning the ways of the drum and its protocols from many nations. Most of our songs have been with Dine' words for our elders and our people that we honor.
Red Nation started about summer of 04' and comes from the
heart of Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico. Although Red Nation has
only been singing together for about 5 years, we all have
experience of singing throughout our lives with other drum
groups. Also hailing out from Jemez, such as Black Eagle,
Star Feather and Red Elk. We are proud and honored to sing
as we represent our people, friends, families and most of
all!! Our tribe "Walatowa". Our songs are made in our native
language known as "Towa". We as singers believe and respect
the way of our drum. With the Inspiration from drum groups
throughout the United States and Canada. We as Red Nation
will carry on the spirit of the drum and the gift that the
creator has given us. And continue to sing for the people.
Stepping foot into the Powwow culture in 1989, we have been
inspired and introduced into the powwow way of life by some
of the most respected individuals in Indian Country. Kenny
Scabbyrobe and family, Tobby Starr (who has passed into the
spirit world), Paul Pacheco Sr. (who has also passed into
the spirit world), Otis Half Moon and Norman Largo. These
are just a few to mention who have inspired us to Humbly
keep this way of life. With this inspiration, we have been
singing for 20 years, composing many songs in honor of many
individuals. We have travelled across Indian Country for
both the benefit and the competition within the Powwow
circuit. We have recently adapted the original style of
singing adding a contemporary flare in our music. We compose
our songs in our Native Towa language, which we are the only
Towa speaking tribe in the whole world. We would like to
thank our father Lawrence Toya who has been a great
inspiration to us in our song making. With that, we sing
with pride and honor for all people from all walks of life.
HELLO WE ARE THE SUNEAGLE SINGERS A DRUM GROUP FORMED BY
DELVIN KEESWOOD BACK IN 1978 WE ORIGINALLY STARTED THE DRUM
GROUP IN FARMINGTON NM, AND NOW RESIDE IN HOGBACK NM, WE
MAINLY SING FOR THE PEOPLE AND ELDERS AND WILL SO FOR YEARS
TO COME, WE HAVE TWO ALBUMS OUT, SO IF U CAN PURCHASE THEM!
WELL HOPE YPU PEOPLE ENJOY AND SEE YOU ON THE TRAIL.
WE’RE SUNEAGLE JRZ AND WE’RE THA KIDZ OF THE OLD GUYZ OF
SUNEGLE, WE’RE KIDS BETWEEN THE AGES 5-15 SO WE’RE STILL
LEARNING. WE STARTED OR SETUP IN ’05’ AT FARMINGTON HIGH
POWWOW, SO HOPE WE SEE U PEOPLE AROUND HOPEFULLY SO ENJOY!!
We the Twin Eagle Drum Group has been on the powwow trail
since 1992, we are from the Zuni Tribe which is the largest
Pueblo of the 19 New Mexican Tribes, we are the only Zuni
Speaking tribe which you may hear some of the songs in our
language, we would like to thank our friends from the powwow
circle for their kind words that keeps us going each day, we
appreciate your company and may you all be blessed!!!
Elahkwa ~ Thank You!!