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$11.17M

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About Tribal Voice

Tribal Voice is a provider of co-branded instant messaging and interactive communications solutions.

Tribal Voice Headquarter Location

Woodland Park, Colorado,

United States

Latest Tribal Voice News

Blaktivism - Live at the Bowl, April 3, 2021

Apr 8, 2021

1/12 Thirty years after the release of Yothu Yindi’s Aria-winning album Tribal Voice, and their worldwide hit single Treaty, the band is still singing and calling out for Australia to resolve this impasse and make treaties with the First Nations people. Credit:Justin McManus 2/12 With an ever evolving line-up and the charismatic young Yirringa Yunupingu (pictured) filling the lead vocalist role of his uncle Dr M, Yothu Yindi have lost none of their fervour and passion. Credit:Justin McManus 3/12 An ensemble of dancers, driving percussion and trademark yidaki worked fans at the Sidney Myer Music bowl into a spiritual delirium on Saturday night, as they danced and sang songs that have become Australian anthems, culminating in the frenetic version of Treaty. Credit:Justin McManus 4/12 An ensemble of dancers, driving percussion and trademark yidaki worked fans at the Sidney Myer Music bowl into a spiritual delirium on Saturday night, as they danced and sang songs that have become Australian anthems, culminating in the frenetic version of Treaty. Credit:Justin McManus Credit:Justin McManus 8/12 Yothu Yindi performed at the Blaktivism concert along with other prominent First Nations performers such as Deline Briscoe (pictured), Bart Willoughby, Emma Donovan, , Kee’Ahn, Ziggy Ramo, Allara and Sorong Samarai. Credit:Justin McManus 9/12 Yothu Yindi performed at the Blaktivism concert along with other prominent First Nations performers such as Bart Willoughby (pictured), Emma Donovan, Deline Briscoe, Kee’Ahn, Ziggy Ramo, Allara and Sorong Samarai. Credit:Justin McManus 10/12 Yothu Yindi performed at the Blaktivism concert along with other prominent First Nations performers such as Emma Donovan (pictured), Bart Willoughby, Deline Briscoe, Kee’Ahn, Ziggy Ramo, Allara and Sorong Samarai. Credit:Justin McManus 11/12 Yothu Yindi performed at the Blaktivism concert along with other prominent First Nations performers such as Sorong Samarai (pictured), Bart Willoughby, Emma Donovan, Deline Briscoe, Kee’Ahn, Ziggy Ramo and Allara. Credit:Justin McManus 12/12 Yothu Yindi performed at the Blaktivism concert along with other prominent First Nations performers such as Tasman Keith, (pictured), Bart Willoughby, Emma Donovan, Deline Briscoe, Kee’Ahn, Ziggy Ramo, Sorong Samarai and Allara. Credit:Justin McManus

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