The Badland Singers are a long-time Lakota drum who made their first recording in 1974. Highly respected, they have sung at Carnegie Hall in New York and were selected by the Smithsonian Folklife Program to represent American Indian culture in Moscow as part of a Soviet/American cultural exchange in 1988. This is their latest recording and was recorded at the 4th Annual Santa Fe Powwow in May, 1994.
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