Branson Gorman

Hailing from Grand Falls, Arizona and the lands of the Diné come the stunning melodies of Alton Tsosie, a singer in the Native American Church.

About Branson Gorman

My name is Branson Emerson Gorman (Haska). I am Diné/ Northern Cheyenne adopted by Bítahnii clan (Folded Arms People Clan), born for Ute/ Naaka’ií Dineé (Roaming Warriors). My maternal Grandfather is Hashkaa Hadzoní (Yucca Fruit-Strung-Out-In-A-Line Clan) and my paternal Grandfather is the Todích’íi’nii (Bitter Water Clan). First and for most I’m thankful to creator for my life, children and family. My inspiration my father Emerson Gorman for all you have taught me over the years. We share a Mountain. I would like to extend my greetings and friendship in a good humble way to all my relatives far and near. I wish you all blessings along your path and may music, prayer and teachings be your light.  To all whom listen to this (music) may it bring you comfort, healing, inspiration and new life. – Branson Gorman, 2021

Photography – Stephen Butler, Buffalo Jump Records