PELTIER CD wins "Best Spoken Word" at NAMMYs
We are excited to announce that our CD, "My Life Is My Sun Dance: Prison Writings of Leonard Peltier," won the "Best Spoken Word" award at the 13th annual Native American Music Awards. We received a total of 5 Native American Music Awards nominations this year!
The CD features readings of Peltier's words, by best-selling author and former National Geographic writer/editor of 23 years, Harvey Arden, with musical accompaniment by Rev. Goat Carson & the New Orleans Light.
The CD, "Noble Red Man: Lakota Wisdomkeeper Mathew King" was also been nominated for Best Historical and Best Spoken Word recording. It too consists of readings by Harvey Arden, with musical accompaniment by Jeff Foreman and David Lee
Harvey Arden was also nominated for the "Native Heart" award for his work on the "Noble Red Man" CD.
We couldn't be happier with the honor of being nominated, and the joy of winning a NAMMY! Thanks to everyone that voted for these CDs and supported us along the way!
Click here to listen to "The Black Hills Are Not For Sale," from the CD, "Noble Red Man" - through the Voice of Harvey Arden.
To learn more about Mathew King,
(Noble Red Man) click here!
Below are three books we have published ourselves: Harvey Arden's Have You Thought of Leonard Peltier Lately?, Arvol Looking Horse's White Buffalo Teachings, and Edna Gordon's award winning book Voice of the Hawk Elder. In 2011, we released our first two Audio CD's, read by Harvey Arden (My Life Is My Sun Dance: Prison Writings of Leonard Peltier & Noble Red Man: Lakota Wisdomkeeper Mathew King).
Click on the book & CD icons below to learn more about each project.