Brulé – Sioux

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Brulé & AIRO is a multi award winning contemporary Native American group featuring a New Age/Worldbeat sound. Based in South Dakota, they have sold over one million CDs worldwide and have made media appearances with the Live with Regis and Kathie Lee television show, CNN WorldBeat, QVC, and others. They maintain a schedule of well over 100 performances a year including full stage productions with traditional dancers, an annual holiday tour, performances at Milwaukee’s Indian Summer Festival, Indian Art Markets in Denver, Arlington (Tx.), and Overland Park, Kansas, Harbor Fest in Virginia Beach, the world-renowned Ordway Theater in St. Paul, Foxwoods Casino, and many additional outdoor festivals and events. They have released 11 CDs over their 12-year existence.

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Awards and Nominations

First American’s in the Arts Awards:

  • Won: Best Outstanding Performance (1999) for One Nation

Native American Music Awards (NAMA/NAMMYS):

  • Nominated: Songwriter of the Year (2000) for Paul LaRoche & Robby Bee One Nation
  • Nominated: Duo or Group of the Year (2000) for Brulé One Nation
  • Nominated: Best Pop/Rock Recording (2000) for Brulé One Nation
  • Nominated: Flutist of the Year (2001) for Nicole Passion Spirit
  • Won: Group of the Year (2002) for Brulé Star People
  • Won: Best Instrumental CD (2002) for Brulé Star People
  • Nominated: Record of the Year (2002) for Brulé Star People
  • Nominated: Songwriter of the Year (2002) for Paul LaRoche Star People
  • Nominated: Best Female Artist (2003) for Nicole Night Tree
  • Won: Best Instrumental CD (2003) for Nicole Night Tree
  • Nominated: Best Producer (2003) for Paul LaRoche Night Tree
  • Nominated: Record of the Year (2003) for Nicole Night Tree
  • Nominated: Best Instrumental CD (2006) for Brulé The Collection
  • Won: Best Compilation CD (2006) for Brulé The Collection
  • Nominated: Song of the Year (2006) for Brulé Stomp Dance from The Collection
  • Nominated: Best Instrumental CD (2006) for AIRO Tatanka
  • Won: Duo or Group of the Year (2006) for AIRO Tatanka
  • Nominated: Artist of the Year (2007) for Paul LaRoche Kinship
  • Won: Duo or Group of the Year (2007) for Brulé & AIRO Silent Star Night
  • Nominated: Best Instrumental CD (2007) for Brulé & AIRO Silent Star Night
  • Won: Best New Age CD (2007) for Brulé Kinship
  • Nominated: Record of the Year (2007) for Brulé & AIRO Silent Star Night

Aboriginal People’s Choice Awards:

  • Nominated: Best Instrumental CD (2007) for Brulé & AIRO Silent Star Night

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