• Myra Chapman

Joanne Shenandoah Travels On


Grammy Award Winning Artist

Lecturer, Educator, Ambassador of Peace, Earth Advocate

ACTOR, SINGER, NARRATOR, COMPOSER, WOMEN, CHILDREN'S RIGHTS, PEACE & EARTH ADVOCATE. IROQUOIS CONFEDERACY


"Shenandoah has become the most critically acclaimed Native American Singer of her time." Associated Press


"Tonight I have heard an angel" - Miquel Ruiz (The 4 Agreements).


Shenandoah actually has a deeper, more powerful voice than the Irish thrush Enya - John Diliberto - Amazon.com


"Joanne Shenandoah is one of the finest attributes to Native American Music and Culture.” Neil Young


"She weaves you into a trance with her beautiful Iroquois chants and wraps her voice around you like a warm blanket on a cool winter's night," Robbie Robertson


Shenandoah has recorded more than 15 albums and won numerous awards, including an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Syracuse University in 2002. She received a Grammy Award for her part in the album Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth (2005), which had tracks by numerous artists.


She is the recipient of multiple Native American Music Awards with combined total of more than 40 music awards. She has also received numerous Indie Awards, was presented with the Rigoberta Menchú – Highest award by the Native Film Festival in Montreal, Quebec, Canada for her soundtrack in the documentary, Our Land Our Life. Shenandoah also received the Atlas Award for her work with the climate change movement, both in the US and around the world.

Blessings for a peaceful journey and Thank You for allowing us to enjoy and promote your music,