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Jaraneh Nova is a highly accomplished musician, songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist. Based in Tucson, Arizona, she has gained widespread recognition for her unique blend of traditional Native American music and modern electronic beats. Her music has been described as transcendent and uplifting, and carries a powerful message of hope and earth connection. She has been called the "The Voice from the Ancestral Well" because of her ability to create ceremony; connecting with her ancestral roots and bringing deep spiritual connection during her musical performances.  Jaraneh's talent as a vocalist has been showcased on the hit TV show "Outlander," where her Native American vocal style has become legendary. Her music features live loops, electronic beats, and other elements that create a fresh and exciting sound. Jaraneh Nova is a true visionary in the world of music, whose passion and creativity  inspire audiences of all ages.

Born and raised in Tucson, Arizona, she is a life long musician with her roots in Opera, Jazz and the Classics.  Her first band, Blues Crusher hit the desert scene with its powerful Psycheledic Blues Rock sound.  Her next project, Big Bone Lick (named after the famous Mammoth burial site in Kentucky) created a fresh Tribal-tronic sound.  Along the way as a solo performer she began creating Prayerformances, which led her to create her much loved solo project: The Red Road Medicine Show, an evening of live looped original music wovern with indigenous wisdom teachings.  She is currently working on her first major album release:  Emergence.  Please visit her Patreon page to join her growing tribe and to support her in raising funds to record this seminal release in 2024.


Jaraneh Nova is an American born songwriter, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist based in Tucson, AZ.  She has been called the Voice from the Ancestral Well, drawing inspiration from her ancestral roots. She brings the essence of Traditional Native American Music and merges it with a modern freshness. 

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