LiL Mike & FunnyBone appear LIVE on the Red Road Radio Show Tuesday May 23th at 10:00pm EST LIL MIKE & FUNNYBONE are two of the best Native American rappers the world has ever seen. Also known as MIKE BONE, they made their World debut with an Unforgettable performance on America’s Got Talent. These OKC brothers, though they may look-a-like they are not twins. Also what they lack in height they make-up for in talent.…"Lil Mike & Funnybone -Rappers known as Mike Bone appear on the Red Road Radio Show Tuesday May 23, 2017"
On Thursday May 4th, 2017 we visit with Bob Reece. Bob Reece’s interest for a lone, dusty hill in southeast Montana grew from his studies of Plains Indian history. His first visit to Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument (LIBI) in 1981 became a passion that continues to burn brightly today. Bob has served in various capacities for the National Park Service at LIBI. In 1996 he, Oglala Lakota Joseph Marshall, and Rick Meyer co-founded the…"Red Road Radio Show Tonight LIVE at 10:00PM EST Episode 119 Interview w/Bob Reece director, producer, co-founder of the Friends of the Little Bighorn Battlefield"
Lew Hastings visits with Matt Remle (Hunkpapa Lakota) who lives in Seattle, WA and works for the Office of Indian Education in the Marysville/Tulalip school district. He is a writer and editor for Last Real Indians. He’s the author of Seattle’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day resolution, Seattle’s resolution calling on Congress to engage in reconciliation with Tribe’s over the Boarding School Era policies and Seattle’s resolution to oppose the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. He…"Matt Remle, educator, activist, human rights leader, writer and editor for Last Real Indians appears LIVE on the Red Road Radio Show Tuesday April 25th at 10:00PM"
Join us LIVE Thursday March 2nd when we visit with Frank Kuntz co-founder of the Nakota Horse Conservancy located in North Dakota. We will discuss the history and importance of preserving the Nokota breed and talk with Frank about his 40 years working with these magnificent creatures. Nokota® horses are descended from the last surviving population of wild horses in North Dakota. For at least a century, the horses inhabited the rugged Little Missouri badlands,…"Red Road Radio Show LIVE 10PM EST INTERVIEW Frank Kuntz -Co-founder of the Nokota Horse Conservancy now on demand"