LISTEN TODAY: NAMAPAHH First People's Radio_Blog Talk Radio:
Joanne Shenandoah: SUNDAY 4-5 PM PST/ 7-8 PM EST
NAMAPAHH First People's Radio
Is hosted and produced by Robin Carneen, co-hosted by Connie Allen…
both enrolled members of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, in La Conner, WA.
Native American news, views & music show on:
NAMAPAHH stands for:
Native American Multi-media; Activism; Performance/poetry; Art; Health/Humor/History
For Immediate Release:
Native American singer/songwriter Joanne Shenandoah will be helping us kick off our first official Fall season of BlogTalkRadio- NAMAPAHH_Radio
SUNDAY 4-5PM PST/ 7-8PM EST
What brings her to our stream? Please read the Press Release below & pass it along…and we hope you can tune in…it is a call in show, but being new to blogtalkradio, you will all have to have patience with us…we will take calls as time permits…giving most of the airtime to Joanne & her music, as well as to Kris SteinnesFounder, Women of Wisdom …it's safe to say that at least 45 mins. into the show we can open up the phone lines…
The call in line is: (718) 508-9165
Remember there could be a time difference for some of you, so adjust for that…if you have any announcements we may have time to read over the air, please email them to: email@example.com
These shows will be archived…so if you miss it, you can listen to past shows anytime, night or day….
What is so unique about this new way of bringing you NAMPAHH First People's Radio is we can broadcast from anywhere…as long as we have a phone & internet access….this Sunday we will be broadcasting from the Swinomish Reservation….the tricky part is we will have to hope that local folks will tune in on the Internet….or we will have to find a way for everyone to sit around our laptop in our living room with us to tune in….a plan to invite a few youth in the neighborhood…
Here is another wonderful place you can hear Joanne in the Pacific Northwest:
WOMEN OF WISDOM
GRAMMY Award Winning Artist:
October 25, 2008 7:30 Pm
The Unity Church of Seattle
200 Eighth Avenue, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20.00 or $25.00 at the door
Tickets being sold Brown Paper Tickets (800) 383-3006
A community event and fundraiser
"SHENANDOAH has become the most critically acclaimed
Native American Singers of her time" Associated Press.
Shenandoah is a Wolf Clan member of the Iroquois Confederacy - Oneida Nation. Shenandoah has 14 recordings and over 20 National Music Awards. Her original compositions, combined with a striking voice enables her to embellish the ancient songs of the Iroquois using a blend of traditional and contemporary instrumentation. Ms. Shenandoah's music reflects the indigenous philosophy and culture, which continues to have a profound effect on the world today. From traditional chants to contemporary ballads about Native ways, her music has been described as an emotional experience, a "Native American Trance". Shenandoah appeared on stage at Carnegie Hall, The White House, Kennedy Center, Woodstock 94, MTV and the Olympics. Her performances have taken her to nearly every continent on earth. Ms. Shenandoah stars in the latest thriller on Global Warming, "The Last Winter" with Ron Perlman, on DVD everywhere. For Interviews:
NAMAPAHH First People's Radio is hosted and produced by Robin Carneen, co-hosted by Connie Allen, both enrolled members of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, in La Conner, WA. Native American news, views & music show on:
NAMAPAHH stands for: Native American Multi-media; Activism; Performance/poetry; Art;Health/Humor/History.
Got a new music release? Press Kit?
c/o NAMAPAHH First People's Radio
P.O Box 1551
La Conner, WA 98257
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