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  • #16
    I cant believe no one has mentioned Chippewa/Cree singers...i mean they have been around for a while....but Vernon's got his boyz soundin betta than my props to ChipCree :Wave
    ~.~ A friend is~.~

    " someone who can sing the song in your heart, even when you have forgotten the words...;)"


    • #17
      Upcoming drum groups!!!!

      Redstone Ojibway hold it down!!!!!!!!!!


      • #18
        Redstone Ojibway

        I'd have to say that this drum group is off to a pretty solid start.... i've seen them this summer, and they have some pretty awesome songs!!! Majority of the time they have kinda small crew, but they still kick out the jams, and they have had a pretty successful summer from what i hear!!!!


        • #19
          Vote For The Best Up And Coming

          Whose Is Goin To Be The Next Best Drum To Blow Up 2005? I Used 3 Original, And 3 Contemporary. Pick Your Favorite.
          1. NORTH BEAR
          2. BUFFALO HORSE
          3. BLACK BULL JRS
          4. CHIPPEWA CREE
          5. PIPESTONE
          6. YOUNG KINGBIRD


          • #20
            Ykb Baby!!!!!

            Young Kingbird easily, we rock over all those fools!! Representin' Minnesota's finest. Pipestone was dope before, but now I always see them with a 1/2 *** crew, their my boys though.
            Who the hell started this "Chimookamaan Phenomenon"?


            • #21
              Upcoming Drum Groups!!!!!

              All these drums are from the states.. No offence, but they are all good drum groups on they're way up, but from ontario, i'd have to root for REDSTONE OJIBWAY!! They have had a successful summer with they're competition powwows, and i think these fella's will be climbing up the ladder pretty quick! I don't think they travelled out there yet, but when they do i think they'll blow up hard!!!!! They sing mostly straight songs from what i hear, but they sing them wicked, and they sound wicked.....


              • #22
                Originally posted by kwewag
                I'd have to say that this drum group is off to a pretty solid start.... i've seen them this summer, and they have some pretty awesome songs!!! Majority of the time they have kinda small crew, but they still kick out the jams, and they have had a pretty successful summer from what i hear!!!!
                Oh yeaaah!

                "Gaa wiin daa-aangoshkigaazo ahaw enaabiyaan gaa-inaabid"


                • #23
                  snake island from ontario

                  this group from ontario came here this past summer and they rocked the powwow and won the singing championship. first time i heard them live and i was very impressed with their style. unique and different from most others and loud.
                  NO FEAR!


                  • #24
                    I was surprised at how Blackbull Jr's was soundin. So they'd be my pick.
                    That guy Herb has got some smooth leads!!
                    (& North Bear can rock tha round dance jamz!) Jermaine n them are gettin up there also...can't wait for ur CD's to come out.
                    Well propz to whoever gets out to travel and get their sound heard and noticed. They're all good groups in their own way!
                    :hey!: True Story!


                    • #25
                      i would say that p-stone and ykb are upped and came, each got a few cds out, placed at major contests, and been traveling as host and invited for a while


                      • #26
                        BH Unit

                        One of the hottest drums I've seen this year on the circuit, Champions at the Milwaukee's Indian Summer Pow-wow, Jammin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


                        • #27
                          Perfect Storm ;)

                          Dry Lake

                          Walkin Horse
                          "Smile If U's A Hottie" :50:

                          "Good Better Best Never Let It Rest Until The Good Is Better And The Better Is Best" :D


                          • #28
                            Obviously nobody has heard of.........

                            I figure that all those drum groups that are listed are pretty good out there but have u good people ever heard of Thunder Creek from Northern Ontario......????

                            If you ever hear them at a powwow next summer'll know what I am talking about.....peace out people.... :canada:
                            Last edited by creedude; 11-10-2004, 05:46 PM.


                            • #29
                              I've heard em 3 times so far.....

                              Rock Hill....
                              "She also has a very soft skin. The only trouble with snake women is they copulate with horses, which makes them strange to me. She say's she doesn't. That's why I call her "Doesn't Like Horses". But, of course, she's lying."


                              • #30
                                Perfect Storm ... day da bomb baybeh :explode:
                                ~Everything happens for a reason~:37:


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