KEITH BUILDING YOUR NATIVE AMERICAN POWWOW DRUM
WHO PLAYS LITTLE BADGER POWWOW DRUMS?
HERE'S WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY ABOUT THEIR POWWOW DRUMS
GRANDFATHER DRUM TO MICHIGAN
I am part of a circle of native and non native people who have a collective vision to start a SOBER community drum. We had thought through the teachings that we have, that we would need to make that Grandfather ourselves. We found ’The Drum People’ online in our search for materials. Although we knew that Keith and Cheryl do not sell parts, I decided to call them and see what they were all about. After talking with the both of them at length, I was assured that they are walking a good path and their intent is to help others (Some things are greater than money).
I talked with our group and we collectively agreed to have them make our sacred drum. Mishomis (Grandfather) arrived today.We are absolutely speechless !! I am writing this to publicly thank Kieth and Cheryl for enriching our lives.But also to tell everyone, native and non native,that if you are looking for a drum that is extremely beautiful and also one that you can feel the prayers and love that went into it while it was being made , CALL THEM !! You will not be disappointed. Chi Miigwetch (Great thanks) from the Anishinabe of Northern Michigan Greg Antoine
BEST CONSTRUCTION AND BUILT WITH LOVE
My powwow drum arrived today. I am thrilled, and grateful to have found Keith and Cheryl. I have seen many other drums on the market and never felt good about their construction or sound. My drum has a deep resonance that stirs the soul. Keith builds with love, using the best materials. I cannot express my gratitude enough. Blessings to both of you Michelle Nagel
Keith Little Badger is in full compliance with The Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990. This Act protects Native American Artisans. All products must be marketed truthfully regarding the Indian heritage and tribal affiliation of the producers, so as not to mislead the consumer.