Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

Drums of the North is the first strictly traditional Yup’ik album ever produced. It features Pamyua and high school students from the Alaska Native Heritage Center and it just won a 2007 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Award for Best Inuit Traditional CD.

See the winners!

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO VOTED!

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3 responses to “Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

  1. Mia

    Hello,
    congrats to the award!!
    I have a show on local community radio in Sweden called Sweetgrass and the show is about Native American and First Nation’s music and culture. It’s on webradio (you can find a link at http://www.sweetgrass.se) so it can be heard from anywhere in the world. I wanted to introduce myself because I like your music and I would like to do an interview with you over the phone. Please contact me on mia@indima.se.

    Congratulations again and great work!

    My best to your families,

    Mia

  2. Flora

    How often do you check this page?

  3. Sophie

    Congratulations on your award! I had the privilege of seeing you in concert in Washington, D.C. a few years back. Your ‘sound’ has really taken off and have heard great comments. I saw that Pamyua is coming to Phoenix in March….can’t wait!