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On Thursday, June 8th, 2006, at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida, the Eighth Annual Native American Music Awards inducted the late Link Wray into the N.A.M.A. Hall of Fame. The induction was presented by Little Steven and a special tribute performance was lead by his grandson, Chris Webb. The NAMMYS also awarded original Doors drummer, John Densmore with a Native Heart award for his contribution on Keith Secola’s “Native Americana”, Miami-based 70’s rockers, Tiger Tiger with a Lifetime Achievement, and GRAMMYS® MusiCares’ Harold Owens with a Humanitarian Award. Leading Award winners included Keith Secola for Artist of the Year and Best Folk Recording, Jana’s “Flash of a Firefly” for Record of the Year, Jim Boyd for Songwriter of the Year, Bill Miller for Song/Single of the Year, and Rita Coolidge’s “And So Is Love” for Best Blues/Jazz Recording. See below for a complete list of winners.

The Awards ceremony, which was founded by music industry veteran Ellen Bello in 1998, was held at the new state-of-the-art facility, the Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. A post show VIP party was held at Paradise At Paradise, formerly the Legends Theatre, where winners and nominees jammed throughout the remainder of the evening.

Hosted by Navajo comedy duo, James & Ernie, this year’s program featured a magical evening of pride and musical excellence with over 28 awards presentations and a dozen live music performances including a special All Star Native Rock performance by Micki Free (Shalimar) Jean Beauvouir (Plasmatics/Little Steven), Stevie Salas (Mick Jagger/Rod Stewart), John Brant (Cheap Trick) and Dave Abrusezze (formerly of Pearl Jam). All have Native American heritage except Brant and Beauvoir who produces & records with Micki Free.

The awards show was broadcast live on the internet via Indigenous Peoples Music. Overwhelming responses were received in Australia, Nigeria and Venezuela. An edited version of the Awards show is expected to be broadcast nationally by Seminole Broadcasting.

The Native American Music Awards has been acclaimed for having “all the professionalism and production values of much larger events like the Grammy Awards and the American Music Awards” (American Federation of Radio Television Artists). The Awards has received wide critical praise from both national and international media such as; USA Today, Associated Press, CNN, Wall Street Journal, Billboard Magazine, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, La Voce Italiana and France's International Herald Tribune.

Nominees were selected by the Awards Advisory membership committee and winners were determined through a national voting campaign open to the general public.

Artist of the Year
Keith Secola
“Native Americana”

Best Blues/Jazz Recording
“And So Is Love”
Rita Coolidge

Best Compilation Recording
“The Collection”

Debut Artist of the Year
“World Peace”

Best Female Artist
Pura Fe’
“Follow Your Heart’s Desire”

Best Folk/Country Recording
“Native Americana”
Keith Secola

Flutist of the Year
Joseph Fire Crow
“Red Beads”

Gospel /Christian/Inspirational Recording
“I’ll Run To You”

Group of the Year

Best Historical Recording
“The Soundtrack of a People”
Various Artists

Best Instrumental Recording
“Arvel Bird Live”
Arvel Bird

Best Male Artist
Wade Fernandez
“Song of the Black Wolf”

Best New Age Recording
“Time For Truth”
Douglas Blue Feather
Best Pop/Rock Recording
“Mother Earth”
Eagle & Hawk

Best Pow Wow Recording
“Straight Up Northern”
Black Eagle

Best Producer
Stephan Galfas & Alex Salzman
“American Indian Christmas”

Best R&B/Rap/Hip Hop Recording
“Spirit World”
Buggin Malone

Record of the Year
“Flash Of A Firefly”

Song/Single of the Year
‘Sacred Ground’
Bill Miller

Songwriter of the Year
Jim Boyd
“Them Old Guitars”

Best Spoken Word Recording
“The Keepers of the Earth”
Red Feather Woman

Best Traditional Recording
“Way of Life”
Lakota Thunder

Best Short or Long Form Video
“In This World”
Medicine Dream

Best World Music Recording
“People Of Peace”
R. Carlos Nakai Quartet

Native Heart
John Densmore
“Native Americana”

Humanitarian Award
Harold Owens

Lifetime Achievement
Tiger Tiger

Hall Of Fame
Link Wray

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1. Native To This Country- NEW! NEW! NEW!
2. Peace from the Everglades
3. Southern Exposure
4. Space Age Indian
5. Dream Scout
6. Eye of the Tiger
7. Sun Country




Miami, FL (PR Web) January 17, 2007

Inspired by the nature of the Florida Everglades, their American Indian culture and Chief Buffalo Tiger (their Father) of the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, the Tiger Tiger Band career highlights include initial recordings at Woodstock (later released in Germany on Sony’s ZYX label).

Based in Miami, Florida national recording artists Tiger Tiger have headlined and graced the stages for numerous festivals and concerts over the years. They were featured in the First Miami Pop Festival along with Jimi Hendrix, Procol Harum, & Led Zeppelin. In fact the actual jacket that Lee Tiger wore on stage at the first Miami Pop Festival in May 1968 has recently been put on permanent display in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood. The jacket was designed and created by Stephen Tiger. At The Seminole Tribes Big Rock Pow Wow they performed with Chicago, Edgar & Johnnie Winter. These accomplished and respected musicians were requested by Chuck Berry & Bo Diddley to be their backing band.

Tiger Tiger’s last commercially released album Southern Exposure received a Grammy nomination. Their self-produced music video Lay Your Burden Down took second place for Best Music Video at the 2000 American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco. The Tigers have recently completed their most exciting Native American cultural CD, Peace From The Everglades, Dedicated to the Survival of the Miccosukee & Seminole People of Florida. This CD received two NAMMY nominations in 2005, for Best Pop/Rock Recording & Song/Single of the Year for Heya. In 2006 Tiger Tiger received the Lifetime Achievement Award from NAMMY (Native American Music Awards) at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood. This would be Stephen’s final appearance.

Tiger Tiger recently finished recording, Native to this Country. The album was released End of 2006. Future plans include touring and promotional opportunities in support of the new CD.

One of the first steps in Tiger Tiger transition was for Lee to find band members that would compliment the sound the original Tiger Tiger had carefully crafted.

Lee felt the best match would be in Stephen’s son, Joey, a female back up singer, Monique Diabo, who’s addition gives native flavor with a contemporary twist. Mike Pinera, a legendary musician, is also now part of the band.

Monique is a 28 year old graduate of Victoria University and senior dancer of the acclaimed Canadian Dance and theatre company, Kehewin Native Performance has been dubbed the Native Janis Joplin/Billie Holiday.

Mike Pinera has sold over 50 million records worldwide with the groups he has recorded and performed with. Mike’s first million-selling gold record was for "Ride Captain Ride" which he wrote and sang with his group Blues Image and which is now featured in the current major motion picture, Anchorman. In the late 1960's, Mike joined Iron Butterfly. The Butterfly broke all Music Industry standards by staying at the top of the charts for over 56 weeks. Their album "In A Gadda Da Vida", was the first album ever in music history to receive a Platinum Award. Following this successful endeavor, Mike later joined Alice Cooper, recording 2 albums, producing the music videos, two world tours and also a National Network Special.

The future is bright for Tiger Tiger as Lee Tiger, Joey Tiger, Monique Diabo and Mike Pinera will continue together to thrill audiences globally.

On January 19, 2007 Tiger Tiger will be leaving for Midem in France to promote their music abroad. There is a lot in store for the band and their growing legion of fans. Both a new day and era has dawned for Tiger Tiger.