Mt. Mojave Bird Singers perform live in-studio at KSUT

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The young singers led by Johnny Ray Hemmers (center), who also is a council member of the Mojave Indian Tribe, sang a few songs in the KSUT Eddie Box Jr. Media Center’s performance studio. Pictured left to right: Ezekiel Hemmers, Meleke Hemmers, Johnny Hemmers, Michael Burns II and Luke Mills.
The Mojave Bird Singers from the Fort Mojave Reservation in Arizona were invited guests to KSUT to give a special in-studio performance Thursday, Nov. 10 as part of Native American Heritage Month. The singers sang three songs, which were simulcast on both KSUT Tribal and KSUT Four Corners radio signals.
The Mojave Bird Singers from the Fort Mojave Reservation in Arizona were invited guests to KSUT to give a special in-studio performance Thursday, Nov. 10 as part of Native American Heritage Month. The singers sang three songs, which were simulcast on both KSUT Tribal and KSUT Four Corners radio signals. The young singers led by Johnny Ray Hemmers (center), who also is a council member of the Mojave Indian Tribe, sang a few songs in the KSUT Eddie Box Jr. Media Center’s performance studio. The Mojave Bird Singers and Dancers from the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation stand with KSUT staff members, after the bird singers’ performance, which was broadcast live-in studio. The singers and dancers later performed at the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum as part of Native American History month hosted by Southern Ute Cultural Preservation.
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
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