Andrew Vasquez is a member of the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma. He has long been known as an accomplished singer and dancer and in fact toured the world with the New York based American Indian Dance Theatre.
Kevin Locke (Lakota name: Tokeya Inajin, meaning "The First to Arise") is a Lakota/Anishinaabe Native American flutist and hoop dancer. Locke has done much work to learn and record Lakota Sioux traditional flute music, especially Love songs. He is frequently cited as an ambassador of Native American culture to the rest of the United States, and the world.
Verdell Primeaux is of Oglalla/Yankton Sioux and Ponca heritage and was born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Verdell represents the Seven Council Fires of the Lakota and the Eagle Clan of the Ponca Nation. Verdell's mother, Delores Arapahoe, an Ogllala Lakota, is a descendant of Chiefs Many Horses, Red Cloud and Crazy Horse.
Joseph Fire Crow is a Cheyenne flutist. He has been releasing albums since 1992. His album Cheyenne Nation was nominated for a Grammy in 2001. Fire Crow has appeared many times as a guest musician on recordings by other musicians in the industry.
International recording Artists Medicine Dream, an Intertribal First Nations band that performs contemporary Native American music, has been together since 1996 and is based out of Anchorage Alaska, USA.
Mato Grosso is an Italian dance project consisted of Marco Biondi, Graziano Pegoraro and Claudio Tarantola.
This project released the singles "Thunder", "Mistery", "Moai", "Feel The Beat", "Jungle", "Love" and "Destiny".
Elan Michaels is a composer, musician and sound engineer from New Hampshire. Elan has been playing since the age of 14. He was trained by a classical pianist and studied music harmony and theory as well as composition in high school and college. Elan played keyboards in several local bands in New Hampshire, performing live through 1975.
Douglas Blue Feather, who’s ancestry includes American Indian, Iberian, and European, is an internationally known recording artist and performer of music featuring the Native American flute. Recognized as one of the most prolific and talented flutists of today, he has released 16 CDs which have been heard on radio stations worldwide.
Sharon was raised in the traditional Navajo culture in New Mexico and spoke only Navajo until she began school. Her music is the contemporary expression of traditional Navajo ways and living. Many of Sharon's songs are in the beautiful Navajo language and capture the sacredness of Mother Earth and Father Sun and the importance of family.