Native Voice One (NV1): Indigenous in Music with Larry K

2 Nominations

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Native Voice One, The Native American Radio Network (NV1) newest program is "Indigenous in Music with Larry K." A weekly two-hour mix of new music in rock, pop, country, hip-hop, blues, house and electronica along with great interviews by indigenous musicians from around the Western Hemisphere. "Indigenous in Music with Larry K" is now heard in over 35 markets in the USA. Our music program has 100% indigenous artist/music content.

Recorded at the Two Buffalo Studios in Sarasota, Florida and distributed on our flagship station Native Voice One (NV1) along with Public Radio Exchange (PRX) and Pacifica AudioPort.

Larry is also the music profiler for the SAY Magazine, an international indigenous magazine from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Our musical guests and show are featured in the SAY Magazine. Visit them on the web at saymag.com.

"Indigenous in Music with Larry K" was developed to support indigenous musicians. After doing our research, we discovered that our indigenous musicians were not getting the exposure needed to get into the mainstream music scene. Host Larry K, from the Ho – Chunk Nation started the Indigenous in Music radio show in 2006.

OUR GOAL: Develop and market our show to radio stations around the world. We will provide music and interviews to the general public and promote our indigenous musicians and entertainers. Both a host and producer, Larry values the diversity of cultural expression and traditions, fosters the preservation and advancement of diverse musical genres, creates a sense of welcoming and belonging, enhances the enjoyment of life, and celebrates community with great programming.

MISSION: Develop, organize, promote and administer a comprehensive, coordinated music program. Provide music and entertainment for the general public.

Originating in Minneapolis, MN in 2006, Since the beginning our past guests guests have included Artson, Chances, Frank Waln, Electric Religious, Twin Flames, DJ Krayzkree, Freightrain, Joyslam, Quantum Tangle, Fara Palmer, Tracy Lee Nelson, Calle Bennette, Trent Agecoutay, Jerry Sereda, Joey Stylez, Tone Gyah Dae of Spirit Cry, Locos por Juana, Corey Medina, Kristi Lane Sinclair, Annie Humphrey, Lucas Ciliberti, Kelly Dickerson, Irv Lyons Jr., Dream One, NADJIWAN, Moonshine Saints, Sunshadows, Tara Williamson, Pura Fe, Carsen Gray, The Deeds, Lil Mike @ Funny Bone, Son Of Hweeldi, Young Medicine, Jamie Prado, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie, Aqua Nibii Waawaaskone, Frazer Sundown, Macc Meeze, Baracutanga, Kalyn Fay, Johah Littlesunday, Cindy Paul, Groovalottos, Rockapelli, Gareth, Wolfsheart, Iskwe, Ed Koban, Brian Hedges, Kim Gouchie, Hour Eleven, Nosotros, Gary Orker, Jamie Coon, Rellik, Julian Taylor, Geronimo Paulette, Dawn Karima, Twice As Good, Thelma Cheechoo, Crystal Shawanda, Natalia Clavier, Martha Redbone, Steve Rushingwind, Leela Gilday, Blue Mountain Tribe, Shelly Morningsong, Brule, Shy-Anne Horvorka, Vince Fontaine, Janet Panic, Delbert Anderson, Elastic Bond, David Fallis, Redbone, Sihasin, Leah Shenandoah, Dustin Harder and Prairie Soul Music, Mato Nanji, Cary Morin, Jimmy Wolf, Riah, Sean Ward, Leanne Goose, Billy Joe Green, Stevie Salas, Groupo Fantasma, Digging Roots, Olivanders, The Council, Richie Ledreagle, Brandis Knudsen, Stolen Identity, Ryan Little Eagle, Etua Snowball, Joseph Fire/Crow, Bruthers of Different Muthers, Gabriel Ayala, Forth Yeer Freshman, Don Amero, Pricilla's Revenge, Myron Pyawasit of Smokeytown Drum Group, Exit Wound, Upground, Sarah Hindsley, Elk Soldier, Bluedog, Darren Geffre, The Plateros, Jackie Bird, Tracy Bone, Veronica Johnny, Nortec Collective, Michael Bucher, Midnite Express, Arlette Alcock and many many more.

Nominations

  • 2018 Best Radio Station Program – Promoting Indigenous Music
  • 2017 Best Radio Station Program – Promoting Indigenous Music