Alvon Griffin, originator and host of Two Worlds Indigenous Radio on WMNF 88.5FM (Tampa, FL)
Every Sunday from 9pm to 11pm (EST)
Live Stream WMNF 88.5FM
Alvon also teaches youth anger management & conflict resolution skills through drumming & acting/theater in the juvenile justice system & aftercare in Florida. He created a system, using math, how to teach rhythms. Join Alvon Griffin and fill your listening senses with the finest collection of Native American music from traditional Pow Wow style to the latest from contemporary Native artists, NAMMY nominees and winners on Two Worlds Indigenous Radio Every Sunday from 9pm to 11pm (EST) | Live Stream WMNF 88.5FM.
Also featured are weekly Pow Wow reports, as well as news and views from across the continents. And if you are a listener of WMNF’s own TWO WORLDS —the only show of its kind in the Tampa Bay area, FL and miles beyond — you know that music IS the medicine of the soul. Especially the music of Native America. It’s not just flute music anymore.
With more Native American recording artists now than ever before and more styles of music being sung and played by Native Americans than ever before, it’s no wonder that TWO WORLDS has grown more popular than ever before. You name it, we sing and play it. Blues, Reggae, Rock, Rap, Hip-Hop, Metal, even Country and Christian. Or maybe you prefer a little Chicken Scratch, PowWow, or Traditional – whatever flavor you fancy, you will hear it on TWO WORLDS.
And yes, of course, the beautiful music of the Native American flute, too.
TWO WORLDS is also honored to present “Voices of Our People”, an on-going live interview series that gives the opportunity to learn from the words and wisdom of Native American artists, musicians, and Elders from Indian country today. Airing every other Sunday with Emelie Jeffries (Occaneechi) leading our panel.
Join host Alvon Griffin on Two Worlds Indigenous Radio Every Sunday from 9pm to 11pm (EST) | Live Stream for another interesting two hours of music, news and interviews, Native American style. He creates the radio show along with Emelie Jeffries for the community and all they are doing on the radio is for free.
Alvon Griffin Connects Children to the Ancestors with Rhythm
Note: African Native American or Afro Native? People who call themselves “Black Indians” are people living in America of African-American descent, with significant heritage of Native American Indian ancestry, and with strong connections to Indian Country and its Native American Indian culture, social, and historical traditions. Black Indians are also called African Native American people, Black American Indians, Black Native Americans and Afro Native Americans.