Native American Church was big with a lot of the Southern tribes back in the early 1900’s, where countless good songs traveled all over. Up until now songs were traveling from tribe to tribe through the people. Today the people do the traveling around the country attending peyote ceremonies and learning new songs.
These ceremonies include many young children singing in hopes of inspiring other young children to keep going and keep the peyote songs alive. We hope that the children will share them from tribe and enjoying them enough to sing around the campfires. So please enjoy what we have put together for you.
Eric Daniels a Dakota Sioux/Ojibway is originally from Calgary, Alberta Canada. He resides at the Long Plain First Nation Indian Reservation and has been singing for a good period of his life.