|AIROS Audio to Broadcast the 2010 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow this Friday & Saturday!|
Archive photo, Gathering of Nations Pow Wow, 2004. Image Courtesy of NAPT.
On April 23 & 24, AIROS Audio will be broadcasting the evening sessions from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. ET, putting you next to the MCs,
drummers, dancers, musicians and pageantry of The Gathering of Nations Pow Wow.
If you can't make the trip this year, you can enjoy the Pow Wow from the comfort of your own home. For anyone who has not experienced The Gathering of Nations Pow Wow yet, this year is sure to be a good one, and you have the opportunity to listen to the broadcast on AIROS.org
. This is most definitely a Pow Wow that should be on your calendar of things to do for the year.
Produced by Southwest Stages
and distributed by Native Voice One
Listen on AIROS.org
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|Native Sounds: Casper Lomayesva|
Casper Lomayesva (Hopi and Navajo)Reggae music has been popular within the Hopi Nation for 25 years. Casper Lomayesva has recorded three awesome albums and has been creating reggae music for over 10 years. He relates to reggae because he understands the environment that it originated from.
Casper Lomayesva creates music that reflects his Native American roots. His music is very creative and informs listeners of the issues on the reservation.
Listen to the interview| List of our favorite Casper Songs| Casper's Facebook| Casper's Myspace| Subscribe to the Native Sounds Podcast
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|Earth Day Programming on AIROS|
|Tune-in to AIROS.org all-day April 22 to listen to interviews and speeches about the environment as well as great Earth Day tunes from Native artists that care about the environment and want to share their love for Mother Earth with you. |
Listen to an all-new live broadcast of Native-Sounds-Native Voices on AIROS.orgApril 22 (Earth Day) from 8 -10 a.m. CT.
|Mother's Day Programming on AIROS|
In celebration of the mothers and grandmothers who have touched our lives, AIROS
has put together a playlist that will hopefully have you looking fondly on the memories made and those to come from the female figures in your life.
When considering Mother's Day
gifts this year, remember that a visit or a phone call will likely be
more appreciated than having flowers sent. (If you still live
at home, try washing the dishes, doing the laundry or cooking a meal once in a while.)
Log on to AIROS.org
to listen to the program.