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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


November 29, 2003 - Issue 101


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Congratulations to all of the
NAMMY Winners!



Artist of the Year

Robert Mirabal

Indians Indians

Best Blues/Jazz Recording

Derek Miller

Music Is The Medicine

Best Compilation Recording

Joanne Shenandoah

Peace & Power

Debut Artist of the Year

Marlena Begaye


Best Female Artist


Found A Love

Best Folk/Country Recording

Pima Express

Voice Upon The Wind

Gospel/Christian Recording

Cherokee National Youth Choir

Building One Fire

Duo/Group of the Year

Burning Sky

Spirits In The Wind

Flutist of the Year

Douglas Blue Feather

Ride The Lightening

Best Historical Recording

Warfield Moose Jr.

Ben Black Elk Speaks

Best Independent Recording

Michael Jacobs

Sacred Nation

Best Instrumental Recording


Night Tree

Best Male Artist


The Messenger

Best New Age Recording

R. Carlos Nakai

Fourth World

Best Pop/Rock Recording

Jim Boyd


Best Pow Wow Recording

Black Eagle

Flying Free

Best Producer

Keith Secola


Best Rap/Hip Hop Recording

True II Life

Tribal Live

Record of the Year


Caught In The Act

Song/Single of the Year

Felipe Rose

We¹re Still Here

Songwriter of the Year

Joseph Fire Crow

Legend of the Warrior

Best Short or Long Form Video

Spirit Horses

Best Spoken Word Recording

Joseph M. Marshall III

The Lakota Way

Best Traditional Recording

Stuart Snake & Paul Never Misses A Shot

In Honor of the Elders

Best World Music Recording

Red Earth

Zia Soul

Native Heart

Richard Oliver & W. Scott Newton

All Native Project

Lifetime Achievement Award

John Densmore

Jim Thorpe Sports Award

Harold Dean Collins (Chief Iron Bear)

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