Daybreak Star Radio Blog

Daybreak Star Radio was thrilled to interview some of our favorite youth! The Cherokee National Youth Choir!!! The choir performs traditional songs in the Cherokee language. They have albums available on Amazon! Interview participants: Mary Kay Henderson, Director Garret Abel Ella Mounce Emma Abel Abigail Paden Alayna Paden Kamara Terrapin Carlos Sorrell The Cherokee National […]

Daybreak Star Radio had the fantastic opportunity to interview Hip Hop Artist G Precious and listen to hear story behind her music. G Precious was born Brenda M. Atencio, and raised on the Indian Reservation of Ohkay Owingeh – Village of the Strong (formerly San Juan Pueblo) in New Mexico, by her grandmother. She is a multiple […]

Daybreak Star Radio had the fantastic opportunity to interview Sabrina Fallah and listen to hear the inspiration behind her music. Sabrina Fallah is a rock singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Some of her inspiration comes from Green Day, Bon Jovi, and Billy Idol. She has been told that when she sings with […]

Daybreak Star Radio Network had the fantastic opportunity to interview Julian Taylor this past week. Julian is of West Indian and Mohawk descent. Taylor was raised in Toronto in a predominantly white experience that left him feeling out of touch with his Indigenous and Black roots. However, music has always persisted as a way to […]

Snotty Nose Rez Kids are debuting their first appearance on the Daybreak Star Radio Network. Snotty Nose Rez Kids are a First Nations hip hop duo composed of Haisla rappers Darren “Young D” Metz and Quinton “Yung Trybez” Nyce. They are originally from Kitamaat Village, British Columbia, and currently based in Vancouver. You make know […]

Daybreak Star Radio was honored to interview Toni Hill, Blackfeet, and hear her personal story about her influence and her story behind her music. According to MarmosetMusic.com: “Toni Hill has been blazing the mic from coast to coast for over a decade. Through her own solo projects, as half of the revered female duo, Sirens […]

Daybreak Star Radio was honored to spend some time in an interview with 3 band members of Khu.éex’: Preston Singletary (Tlingit), Gene Tagaban (Tlingit), and Ed Littlefield (Tlingit). Pick up their latest release, WOOch, on Bandcamp. Khu.éex’, a Washington State based band, explores Jazz and Funk/Rock with an improvisational style. Khu.éex’ is an Indigenous band […]

Overdose rates in Indian Country are nearly triple the rate of any other community in Washington. The WA Tribal Opioid Solutions campaign provides educational resources for Tribes and tribal organizations working to address opioid prevention, overdose response and treatment. This campaign is funded by the Washington State Health Care Authority, SAMHSA State Opioid Response and […]

Another busy week here at Daybreak Star Radio Station. To start the week, the crew had the opportunity to be interviewed by  Tulalip News to discuss how we are indigenizing the airwaves and how people can download the brand new Daybreak Star Radio app on IOS and Google play store! You can watch full video […]

Join Daybreak Star Radio Network as they interview Miss Ann Penn-Charles and Jody Heller from the Quileute Human Services department about Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco prevention. Click HERE to find out more on the Quileute Nation website. The Quileute have been hit hard by the pandemic regarding access to resources. To continue their programs, many […]


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