Join Art Durand (White Bear) host of Whidbey AIR’s show Songs Come Down. LIVE on Wednesday’s from 6 to 7pm PST
Art Durand has maintained an honorable reputation in the Native American music and story telling community for over 30 years. Art has performed for audiences in the 7 Western States.
SONGS COME DOWN AIRS WEDNESDAY AT 6:00PM PST
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>Raven ~The Raven has deep meaning in Native American Indian culture and lore. A creature of change and transformation. Some tribes consider the raven a trickster. metamorphosis, and symbolizes change/transformation.
>Native American Fair ~ Art’s wife Miki, along with Alyssa and Veronica interview Indigenous artists at the Duwamish Native Arts Fair.
>Elk Dogs ~ A history of the horses (buffalo runners) of the Blackfeet tribe of Montana.
>Hummingbird ~ Tales new and old about Hummingbird, who some call ‘Flower Eagle’.
>Keepers of the Animals ~ Art shares the stories of Joseph Bruchac. Teaching tales for the young and young at heart.
>The Power of Cedar ~ How Cedar brought White Bear to Puget Sound and the story of his personal relationship with Cedar. Featuring the music of Jeff Ball and a Johnny Moses story “Grandmother Cedar Tree”.
>Coyote ~ Stories of the Trickster.
>Deliverance ~ The story of Angry John. From Art about this show – “This is a must listen. Our salvation depends on it (or not).”
>Grand Children ~ Music and stories especially for the little ones. Featuring music of the Black Lodge Singers and John Trudell.
>Grandma Vi Tribute ~ Art shares the story telling of Grandmother Vi Hilbert.
>Daughters of Copper Woman ~ Art shares the work and vision of Anne Cameron’s amazing book The Daughters of Copper Woman.
Ambient music on Songs Come Down provided by flutist Paul Che oke’ten Wagner from his CD Journey of the Spirit. His debut album – Journey of the Spirit received the Just Plain Folks Music Award for Best Album in 2009.
To purchase this CD directly from Paul Che oke’ten Wagner >click here
For MORE music Art plays on his show – >click here
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