Randy Wood Receives Indian Summer Music Award

Phoenix (Arizona), USA – Randy Wood, of the Cree Nation, received
his first Indian Summer Music Award for Best Traditional Vocal Album for his

There Are No Goodbyes

Randy Wood received a Grammy nomination for Best Native American Album for his
recording Round Dance the Night Away, at the 2003 Grammy Awards. Originally from
Saddle Lake First Nation, Alberta (Canada), Wood is recognized throughout North
America for his singing and songmaking talents.The 2nd Annual Indian Summer Music Awards were presented at the Indian Summer
Festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where the winners were announced on Saturday,
September 10th, 2005.

Buy his CDs:

There Are No Goodbyes

Our Love Will Never Die

Round Dance the Night Away
, and

Mulan II

[Photo courtesy of Canyon Records].

Author: World Music Central News Department

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