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  • did any hear SMOKEYTOWN in ANN ARBOR

    THEY WERE SOUNDING EXCELLENT TOOK ME BACK TO THE 80'S LATE 70'S MAN THEY GOT SOME NEW SONGS THAT ARE AWSOME!!:D

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    Smokey Town Rocks!!!! hear there new cd yet Live At LCO, awesome !!!! Mostly straight songs, Myron and the Boys always jam.
    I Was Indian Before Being Indian Was Cool!! There's Plenty Of Room For All God's Creatures. Right Next To The Mashed Potatoes!!

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    • #3
      Oops, and the women singers too, they are some of the best if not the best!!!!!!!
      I Was Indian Before Being Indian Was Cool!! There's Plenty Of Room For All God's Creatures. Right Next To The Mashed Potatoes!!

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        Good singin' Smokeytown! Got to give thanks to all the drumgroups for the awesome songs. There was only two groups that I didn't really care to dance to. One of them was head staff.

        Everybody else rocked. Little mistakes here and there must've determined the winners of the contests. It sounded pretty close from the spectators and dancers point of view. Of course, the singing judges had the up-close vantage point.

        Good contest.

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        • #5
          hey was andrew adams III drumming?
          If you lose the drum beat of the creator, you are lost in life - Aanishnabe

          You say I don't look indian? Well you don't look stupid, but looks can be deceiving!

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          • #6
            yeah, i think smokey town should of have been a lil bit higher in place at ann arbor<<<<<<<<
            >>>>DA MOST CRUCIAL POWWOWER EVER<<<<

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            • #7
              smoky town

              yes sir, AWSOME , we were thare singing too! thats real ndn drums,,,
              sigpicMITAKUYE OYASIN... "then I was standing on the highest mountain of them all , and round about beneath me was the whole hoop of the world . and while i stood there I saw more than I can tell . and I Under Stood more then I saw . for I Was Seeing in a Sacred manner the Shapes of All . Hehaka Sapa. dec 1863-aug 17 or 19 , 1950.. listen online TO KILI 90.1 FM porcupine butte

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