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  • minne-wheats
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    I dont know. The Boyz were sounding good here in Prairie Island. I dont remember if I voted haha.

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  • nativehunny
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    The Boyz vs. Eyabay

    EYABAY....come on now....that's easy

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  • SPINNA
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    Eyabay is one of the best period! no matter who else name you put against em. I remember when these katz first started singing, nobody knew who they were, and they just blew everybody away with their unique style of songs, and powerful voices! In my opinion two drum groups changed the way powwow music sounded back in the day....and Eyabay is one of them....BIG UPZ TO EAYBAY! BRING IT BACK FELLAZ!

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  • youngsinger
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    I think that the boyz are good but eyabay can jam out and they have some of the best leads.

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  • misquadis
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    eyabay kills !!

    man ive been listing to eyabay since i can remember . but the boyz are still the **** ., but im a loyale eyabay fan im not gonna turn my back on them now??? ahwhoahh

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  • mason_0015
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    Eyabay is tha way better than the boyz

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  • rkbtmeyb
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    Originally posted by J_Arthur52
    22nd Annual Mesa Pow Wow
    Admission to the Pow Wow is FREE of charge.

    Saturday and Sunday
    October 29 & 30, 2005
    Pioneer Park in Mesa
    526 E. Main Street

    The 2005 Mesa Pow Wow will be held in the memory of long-time organizer and emcee Roy Track, who died April 24, 2005.

    Friday night concert, with Clan/Destine, 6 p.m.
    Saturday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    Sunday: 11 a.m. to dusk


    The Mesa Pow Wow is an inter-tribal Native American gathering that is open to all. Its main feature is a dance competition in a number of categories for men, women and children, and the event also includes approximately 100 Native American arts vendors, children's activities and authentic Indian food.

    Dance categories will include, for male dancers: Fancy War Dance, Grass Dance, Southern Straight and Northern Traditional; and for female dancers: Fancy Shawl/Jingle Dress, Cloth/Buckskin Northern, and Cloth/Buckskin Southern. There will also be Junior categories for ages 8 to 16, and a special category for Tiny Tots (age 7 and under).


    Emcee: Chuck Benson
    Arena Director: Wayne Silas Jr.
    Host Northern Drum: Woodstock (Utah)
    Host Southern Drum: Chris Dinehdeal
    Host Gourd: AZ Gourd Socirty
    Blessing of the Grounds: Gary Koshiway
    Head Man: to be appointed each day
    Head Lady: to be appointed each day


    The Pow Wow is sponsored by 21st Century Native American and Mesa Parks and Recreation
    NUKKIN FUTZ!!!!
    shoulda started it in the powwows talk thread huh?? LOL

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  • SaltRiverKID
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    22nd Annual Mesa Pow Wow
    Admission to the Pow Wow is FREE of charge.

    Saturday and Sunday
    October 29 & 30, 2005
    Pioneer Park in Mesa
    526 E. Main Street

    The 2005 Mesa Pow Wow will be held in the memory of long-time organizer and emcee Roy Track, who died April 24, 2005.

    Friday night concert, with Clan/Destine, 6 p.m.
    Saturday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    Sunday: 11 a.m. to dusk


    The Mesa Pow Wow is an inter-tribal Native American gathering that is open to all. Its main feature is a dance competition in a number of categories for men, women and children, and the event also includes approximately 100 Native American arts vendors, children's activities and authentic Indian food.

    Dance categories will include, for male dancers: Fancy War Dance, Grass Dance, Southern Straight and Northern Traditional; and for female dancers: Fancy Shawl/Jingle Dress, Cloth/Buckskin Northern, and Cloth/Buckskin Southern. There will also be Junior categories for ages 8 to 16, and a special category for Tiny Tots (age 7 and under).


    Emcee: Chuck Benson
    Arena Director: Wayne Silas Jr.
    Host Northern Drum: Woodstock (Utah)
    Host Southern Drum: Chris Dinehdeal
    Host Gourd: AZ Gourd Socirty
    Blessing of the Grounds: Gary Koshiway
    Head Man: to be appointed each day
    Head Lady: to be appointed each day


    The Pow Wow is sponsored by 21st Century Native American and Mesa Parks and Recreation

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  • pudgy_pony
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    eyabay is by far the best

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  • hochunk49in
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    Tha Boyz!!!!!!!

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  • snaggable_4u
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    the boyz were good up in ft. duchesne, but, im goin ta have ta say that eyabay are the best!! keep up those voices guys!!

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  • ntownn8ive
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    Leave it to the judges......when two drum groups meet at a powwow there are factors of what crew they have with them, what songs they are requested to sing, and whether or not they are having a good weekend or not.
    It's too hard to say what drum group is better than other another, just in general.
    Either way, these two groups can jam, everybody knows them and everybody likes them. Drum groups have to be respected in a manner where you can't just jump on their bandwagons one day or weekend and then jump on the other's the next. If you like them, then continue your support; buy albums and help them out, get out on the floor and dance when it's their turn to sing.

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  • Jaystins_Dad
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    Another one of these polls....Anybody that knows anything about singing and drumming knows that there are good singers and there are new singers.
    Both drum groups are from the same area, they've seen the same singers, they're both renowned in indian country and on the powwow trail. You can't say one singer is better than the other; there are only good singers and then the ones that are just starting out, new, not as experienced, but with time grow, learn and become good singers.

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  • coupcounter49
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    Boys vs Eyabay

    The Boys scream; Eyabay sings. Eyabay started it; the Boys are trying to find it. The Boys use a different crew every week; Eyabay is going through a transition period but basically uses the same crew. But overall, Terry and Hoke are cho. They both can compose a song in their language, something a hell of alot of drum groups can't do. i.e. Mandaree, Midnite & High Noon.

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  • *CherokeeTears*
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    The Boyz for sure!

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