Joanne ShenandoahJoanne Shenandoah (born 1958) is a Native American singer, composer and acoustic guitarist based in the United States. She is a citizen of the Oneida Indian Nation, Wolf can, based in New York. The Oneida are part of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy). Her music is a combination of traditional songs and melodies with a blend of instrumentation.
Shenandoah has recorded more than 15 albums and won numerous awards, including an Honorary Doctorate of Music by Syracuse University in 2002. She received a Grammy Award for her part in the album ''Sacred Ground: A Tribute to Mother Earth'' (2005), which had tracks by numerous artists. Provided by Wikipedia