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- consists of Lead singer Leonad Cozad Sr., and his ten sons and grandsons. Nephews, daughters and other extended family members sing with them at times.
- 20th Annual Austin Powwow & American Indian Heritage Festival
- Host Southern Drum Cozad Singers, Hominy OK. Host Northern Drum Eagle Point, Cedar Park TX.
- 2010 with Head Staff
- Host Drum: Prairie Island Singers. Junior Host: Prairie Island Takojas. Invited Drums: Cozad Singers.
- A Summer
- 2_.30pm_5_.00pm tutettubats/ spectats Host Southern Drum Cozad Lawton, Okiahoma.
- 61 Annual Indian Hills Pow Wow
- Head Singer ......................................................................................... Charles Cozad. Head Man Dancer ..................................................................................
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- On-campus powwow celebrates Native American heritage
- Kiowa Cozad (red) leads his group, the Cozad Singers, in a traditional Native song and drum beat. The 24th Annual Powwow was held by the First Nation Student Association Saturday afternoon in Robinson Gymnasium.
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- Cozad Singers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Cozad Singers are a Kiowa drum group from Anadarko, Oklahoma. The group was founded by Leonard Cozad, Sr.
- Tunica Biloxi Pow Wow 2009 Cozad Singers - YouTube
- May 21, 2009 Tunica Biloxi Pow Wow 2009 Cozad Singers. cozad singers flag song at casa grande, azby curleyize705 views · Thumbnail 4:18.
- Cozad Singers @ Kinder,LA - YouTube
- Oct 14, 2008 Cozad makes me miss powwows.
- Cozad Singers | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos
- Cozad Singers's official profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.
- 2004 - Native America Calling
- The Cozad singers are a group of nine brothers, their father and several nephews who sing traditional Kiowa Gourd Dance songs.
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