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Music Group Proceeds to Benefit Youth Programs

Music is a common language among performers and listeners alike. Spreading the word about the healing power of music is something that two sisters, known professionally as the Miracle Dolls, hope to share with youth living on reservations. To them, music is therapy.

In an interview with Indian Country Today, Dani Doll shared that music has been influential in her and her sister’s life, “it’s a place to create beauty that always pushed us through tough times, and we know that it can do the same for the kids on the reservation.”

Dani and her sister Dezy will be hitting the road to promote their Native American Youth Music Program as they tour along the West coast. A portion of the sales from the Dolls’ merchandise will be used to buy musical instruments for youth on reservations.

Read more here about how the sisters got started in the music industry and what inspires them to give back to communities across the country.