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With motivation and perseverance, one Diné singer’s hard work has landed her an opening performance for the Women’s National Basketball Association.

The Native flute is not an unfamiliar sound to the Navajo Nation, but Vince Redhouse is hoping to surprise listeners with his new album “Appear to Be.”

Metal heads from the Navajo Nation had a much-needed reunion as over 800 people attended the first Navajo Nation Metal Fest over the weekend at the Window Rock Sports Center.

The guys of Under Exile are looking forward to the release of their debut album “Self Imposed Exile” on March 26.

Growing up on the Navajo Nation can have its challenges. The area is very rural and in many places there isn’t much to do.

Sounds from beginning guitar players clashed with those of the more experienced during the Native American Music Fund Teens for Music workshop at the Navajo Nation Museum on Saturday.

If R. Carlos Nakai, 67, got a dollar for each unit sold of his 1989 album “Canyon Trilogy” since its release, he would be a millionaire.

While the rest of the Navajo Nation musicians gather together to form bands and duos, one Navajo musician shows the rest of the world that he can do it on his own.

From chord progressions to playing in sync, students from Chinle and Many Farms high schools enhanced their skills as musicians with the help of Philadelphia award-winning ensemble Orchestra 2001.

Radmilla Cody sings Shi Nashaa, a traditional Diné song, during the first of four benefit concerts aimed at stopping violence against homeless Native Americans.