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Old 08-04-2004, 01:20 PM   #5
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NTaco:

Thanks for giving the women who sing behind the drum their "just due!" They certainly enhance the men singers around the center drum.

If I were to pick a "Southern Women's All Star Chorus" to back me up, this would be my pick:

1. Roberta McIntosh-Henderson
2. Georgia Tiger
3. Sharon Zotigh
4. Sunny Rose Yellow Mule
5. Dobbin Monoessey
6. Angela Satepauhoodle-Toineta
7. Claudina LeRoy
8. Sammy Dominguez
9. Bobbie Tahchiwikah (sp?)
10.Tina Stroud

They represent a lot of tribes, drums, age groups, they are loud and sing beauutifullllllllllllllllllllll !!!


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