Pamyua
Spenard Second Saturday
Benefit for Haiti
Spenard Roadhouse
Anchorage, AK
February, 2010

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Pamyua:
Stephen Blanchett, Yupik and African American heritage
Phillip Blanchett, Yupik and African American heritage
Karina M´┐Żller, Greenlandic Inuit heritage
Ossie Kairaiuak,Yupik heritage

Guests:
James Dommek, Jr. - Percussion
Ivan Night - Guitar
Nate: Digeridoo
River Flows - Vocals on Track 8

Pamyua (BUM-you-uh) is an a Native Alaskan group (and Karina from Greenland)
that began in Bethel in Western Alaska. Brothers Stephen and Phillip
began converting traditional Yupik songs to hip hop, soul, and a capella
styles. Their first album, "Caught in the Act," won Record of the
Year at the Native American Music Awards in 2003. They continue to
travel and perform across the globe.

Setlist:
01. Intro - Melissa Mitchell
02. Intro by Pamyua
03. Pulling
04. Road Construction Song
05. My Drum, Where Is It?
06. The Squirrel Hunting Song
07. No Woman No Cry
08. We Are Here
09. My Drum, It Follows Me
10. Song of Birds