Snow Goose Theatre Concert – September 2007
Photo: Kerry T.
Bear Tooth Theatre, 1st Tap – February 2007
Photo: Kerry T.
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Tagged as anchorage, Bear Tooth, concert, First Tap, native, Snow Goose, World Music
When are you guys coming back to Kotzebue???
My daughter is thinking of doing a project for her social studies group. She did one on her culture last year and showed native artifacts to her class and this year, she was hoping to show her class a group of modern native artists such as yourselves. If you can, would u be willing to answer her questions through email in the coming weeks? If u can, we would appreciate a reply. Thank you!
HEY….WE wish to say thanks for your live get together at Barrow….the kids loved it, God Bless….could you please send some autographs with your photo’s so we can remember such a wonderful time, and watch out for them HOT steam bath….your group really up lifted the children in your words in song….Thanks,your Bro. Richard.
Richard Rackley MD
PO Box 1668
Barrow, Alaska 99723
LOVE THE PHOTOS! Hope to see you all to perform again! love the HARMONIZING!
Hey, hey how is everyone?! Hope it’s been a good year for all.
I will be up in Anchorage on Valentines Day, would be nice to do lunch!!!!
waqaa cangaciit! i love listening to your guys music. i have younger cousins that know most of your songs and we like to sing them together….keep singing!
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