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  • Loudest lead Singers?

    Who do you jammerz out there think are the loudest...

    Northern lead singers-?





    $outhern lead singers-?
    "The next time you are teachin' why dont you get taught, it's like that......and thats the way it is" - RUN DMC

  • #2
    :Naughty LOUD or good AND loud?
    tuck & roll

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    • #3
      Kenny Bagola- Oyate Luta
      Wayne Silas Jr.- Tha Tribe
      Hardin Dovel- Tha Tribe
      Dan Necklace- Maza Napin
      The Guys from Saste Takoja
      (as he picks up a handfull of dirt and drops it) "Even this much land i will not sell"
      Tatanka Yotanka

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      • #4
        well, here's my 3 cents worth...

        Larry Cozad for southern... Can't really think of a northern one just right now... :)
        :p cool indin woman :p

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        • #5
          Hokie - Tha Boyz
          Kenny Merrick - Mystic River
          Big dude from Southern Cree

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          • #6
            Jason Kingbird
            Lee Lussier
            Kenny Merrick Jr.
            Boss
            Hokie
            Opie Day
            Leroy Brown

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            • #7
              The Loudest I have herad so far would have to be Terry Paskimin. Man that guy is Volume 10 man. Sang on the opposite side of him on the drum once, **** I got a start when he lead. I though a jet was passing over. I heard he was loud, and I watched them sing a fe times, but to sit down and listen on and then to be right in front of it on the lead...and still hear him over 11 other guys...sheesh...nature has its wonders.:Scared :Eyepopper :explode:
              Only God can Judge Me

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              • #8
                Daniel Buffalo for Northern Wind. Man that guy can sky. I've heard people complain that you can only hear him when these guys sing. But thats not totally correct. Sures he got a deadly pop and a wicked scream, but the one thing hes good at is blending in with the rest of the singers to make it sound very high. But seriously..this guy can scream. Nobodys really heard of him, hes Gabes apprentice I guess everybody has been saying. Check him out, you'll be amazed.

                good enough??

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                • #9
                  Loud and High? Loud and Clear? Or just loud? I luv Opies Long leads that one dude from Northern wind Ojib iz talkin bout!! But my bro from the Menominee Nation has the voice.... Myron Pyawasit and also Terry St. John. Just my owntaste I guess.
                  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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                  • #10
                    big bear is correct,,,,,terry p is the loudest, that i have heard.
                    his leads and his cuts and deadly........volume 12 for sure.

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                    • #11
                      Boomer (from Midnite Express) is THE MAN!
                      tuck & roll

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                      • #12
                        Yup.... I 'd have to agree with Big Bear too.
                        Terry is the master blaster, And it's truly an honour to sing around the drum with him.





                        ...........HYKA!!!
                        "The next time you are teachin' why dont you get taught, it's like that......and thats the way it is" - RUN DMC

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                        • #13
                          That guy who used to lead for Chiniki Lake- Rod Hunter. He was loud, clear.
                          That was back then. He still sings wit Eyahay Nakoda.
                          Is he still that loud?

                          I think he posts on here occasionally.

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                          • #14
                            singin_nativestyle
                            Big dude from Southern Cree
                            That would be Harlan Gopher.
                            "Friends don't let friends drink decaf..."
                            Wakalapi's $49 unlimited phone service www.49deal.com

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                            • #15
                              Northern - Kenny Merrick
                              Others: Hokie Clairmont, Elden Scabbyrobe, Terry Paskimin, at one time one of the StonyPark Singers

                              Southern - Jim Kemble - Yellowhammer
                              Others: Jade Roubedeuax Yellowhammer, Frank Adson Southern Thunder, the late Joe Cozad
                              badbraids

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