Pimadiziwin Singers
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Pimadiziwin Singers

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Originally from the Long Point First Nation in Quebec, Canada, singer and songwriter Kevin Chief now makes his home in Canada's National Capital of Ottawa. He is known as a respected powwow singer and traditional dancer from the Algonquin Nation. For the last few years Kevin has been engaging in a new style of singing and song of Round Dancing singing.

Currently in the works, Pimadiziwin Singers CD is a collection of Kevin's original round dance songs. A round dance is a men and women's dance, designed for guys and girls to have an opportunity to meet and fall in love. Appropriately, most of these selections are romantic messages. Stories of a relationship's love gone wrong and someone's desire of an individual. These are traditional chant-songs with its style deriving from Western part of North America. They utilize the wide variety of vocals sounds and chants found in Native American culture. You will not find modern day instruments here. A Hand Drum is the only accompaniment to these traditional chant-songs. What you will find is a mesmerizing arrangement of vocal emotions that will keep you listening intently for hours on end.

Descendant of the Iroquois Confederacy and a member of the Oneida Nation of the Thames, Rhonda Doxtator makes her home in Ottawa, Ontario. From the turtle clan family of the Oneida Nation, Rhonda grew up attending and participating in the many socials and ceremonies from within her culture. Such socials and ceremonies include singing long house songs on the water drum. Other passions include jingle dress dancing in pow-wows, singing round dance songs, sewing, beading, regalia making and sharing all of these with those around her.