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Cherokee Voices, Cherokee Sounds

"Cherokee Voices, Cherokee Sounds" is hosted by Cherokee National Treasure Dennis Sixkiller and is broadcasted weekly on area radio stations throughout Cherokee Nation’s 14-county jurisdiction. The show is primarily broadcast in the Cherokee language and features a fun mix of Cherokee guests, music, culture and news. 

"Cherokee Voices, Cherokee Sounds" can be heard weekly on several eastern Oklahoma radio stations including Tahlequah's KEOK 102.1 FM Sundays at 8 am; KTLQ 1350 AM and 96.3 FM Sundays at noon and again on Wednesdays at 5 pm. Listen in the Vinita area to KGND 1470 AM Sundays at 9 am; in Bartlesville on KWON 1400 AM Sundays at 9 am and in Claremore, on KRSC 91.3 FM Saturdays at 8 am and again on Sundays at noon.

Programs will be available to the download each week after the initial broadcast date. Click here to view archives.

For more information about the Cherokee Nation radio show, contact Communications at 918-453-5000 or by email at


Cherokee Voices, Cherokee Sounds

  • Elder Interview and this week Thomas Muskrat will begin his interview, along with many Cherokee songs, another five Cherokee words to learn and a story.
  • A weekly radio show with and Elder interview, Jackie Bob Martin concluding, Cherokee songs, a story, Cherokee words, etc.
  • A weekly radio program consisting of an Elder interview and this week it is Jackie Bob Martin of Stilwell, lots of Cherokee songs, a traditional story.
  • Weekly Radio Show with an Elder Interview Jackie Bob Martin, Cherokee Songs, Cherokee news, Cherokee words, A traditional story, etc.
  • The weekly radio show which consists of an elder interview, Cherokee songs, Cherokee words, Cherokee Nation news, and a traditional story.
  • Our Cherokee speaker is Jackie Bob Martin, many beautiful Cherokee songs, a Cherokee story, five new Cherokee words, Cherokee Nation news.
  • Elder interview and this week it will be Jackie Bob Martin, some good Cherokee songs, announcements, five new Cherokee words, a traditional story.