ART DURAND DEBUTS on WHIDBEY AIR PUBLIC RADIO –

With his show, Songs Come Down, Art Durand shares his 30 years of dulcimer playing, native American storytelling, and studies with his listeners.  Art’s show is geared toward those who are, study and identify with the Pacific Northwest natives communities.

Art Durand has maintained an honorable reputation in the Native American music community for over 30 years. Art has performed for audiences large and small in the 7 Western States.

In 1986-87, Art hosted the White Mouse Radio Hour on Radio station KKUP FM in Cupertino, CA.

In 1999-2004, Art hosted the two hour weekly radio program “Turtle Island” on KZSC FM in Santa Cruz, CA.

Bear’s Public Introduction

Twenty-two years ago an Inupiat man gave Art the name Nanalq “White Bear”.  Arthur in Middle English means Warrior King. In Ancient Welch, Arthur translates as “The Great Bear” referring to the Big Dipper, those seven stars we see in the sky.

Join White Bear on Wednesday’s from 6 to 7pm for SONGS COME DOWN on Whidbey Air Public Radio.  Streaming from Clinton to Deception Pass and anywhere you can boot up a computer.  IT’s Whidbey to the world – Whidbey AIR All Internet Radio.

Find us on facebook “Whidbey Air Public Radio”

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2 responses to “ART DURAND DEBUTS on WHIDBEY AIR PUBLIC RADIO –

  1. Merrie Gough

    Thank you Art. Great selection of stories from Vi Hilbert.

  2. Merrie Gough

    Thank you, Art! A beautiful program! I loved hearing the first love song you wrote for Miki. I looked the song selection. My thoughts are with the grandmother who lost her partner and with you and Miki.

    Merrie

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