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Phone: 866-426-6901

www.rivertradingpost.com

314 N. River Street

East Dundee, IL 60118

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make up a tribe or society.

This group formed from an idea

brought about to regain the

strength and values of tradi-

tional Native American culture.

Its music is an attempt to re-

build, and teach the identity of

Native America through song

and storytelling.

Moiety

wants to instill the mes-

sage of balance and harmony

into the hearts and minds of

everyone who has a sense of

understanding of what Native

American values and family life

are all about.

And,

Moiety

really rocks in the

process.

River Trading Post, Scottsdale

rocked on the eve of the Heard

Museum Show as the band

Moiety

cranked out a concert

from their

Eagle Dance

album.

Several hundred folks packed

our courtyard to hear the three-

year-old group rock and inspire

with its unique brand of Native

American music.

The players include Jimmy

Shendo, Jemez; Fred P. Vigil,

Jemez Jicarilla; Vinton Zunie,

Zuni; Myron Westika, Zuni

and Cliff Fragua, Jemez.

Moiety

(Moy-uh-tee) is a form of

social organization in which

two kinship groups based on

unilateral descent, together

Arts of Native America

Sculptor Cliff

Fragua tunes his

Congo drums

before taking Best

of Division at the

Heard Museum

Show.

Jimmy Shendo belts out a

tune from the

Eagle

Dancer

album.

Moiety

takes time for a

photo op in the River

Trading Post Courtyard