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Ulali

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Ulali features Native Americans Pura Fé (Tuscarora), Soni (Mayan, Apache, Yaqui), and Jennifer (Tuscarora.) In 1987, Ulali created an exciting new A Capella sound blending their strong traditional roots with their contemporary musical sensibilities. When they later released their solo album MAHK JCHI, they redefined Native American Music. Ulali's sound encompasses an array of indigenous music including southeast choral singing (pre-blues and gospel) and pre-Colombian (before the borders) music. These ladies created an album that seamlessly combined both traditional and contemporary Native American music that has appealed to fans across cultural boundaries. They have built a devoted national and international following attracted to their potent vocal chemistry, unusual harmonies and politically charged songs.

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Ulali
Ulali has created a new genre of Native American Music. Known for their unusual harmonies and wide vocal and musical range, Ulali's sound encompasses an array of indigenous music including southeast choral singing (pre-blues and gospel) and pre-Colombian (before the borders) music. With their beautiful yearning and powerful voices, they drum, rattle and stomp.