WARM SPRINGS SOLAR ECLIPSE CELEBRATION 2017!
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SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Local & Regional Native American Art.
Art Programs & demonstrations, sales & hands-on activities.
Featuring Local performers; Flutists, Dancers and more, additional detail and Museum Entry information use the link below. Hope to see you here soon!
kelly jackson & band SATURDAY, August 19th | 8pm
National Award-winning Artist Kelly Jackson brings her newest release “Renditions of the Soul” along with her unique flair of “Native Americana” to Warm Springs; on August 19th as the opening act for Indian Head Casinos Solar Eclipse Celebration weekend.
Ms. Jackson’s unique music genre has roots in folk, jazz, country, and rock all infused with native influences such as drums, shakers, bells and the majestic sound of the native flute. She composes rhythms and harmonies that compliment her native roots and the lyrical messages that invoke healing and cultural reflection.
Having recently headlined at the House of Blues in Las Vegas, Ms. Jackson has also shared the stage with the Indigo Girls in their efforts to champion environmental preservation. Kelly Jackson’s music celebrates and supports women’s personal and professional development and she strives to include other indigenous artists in her nonprofit work.
Arlie Neskahi & Eagle's Jump Sunday, August 20th | 8pm
Eagle’s Jump’s music features the Native vocal majestics and flute playing of Arlie Neskahi–whose style has been honed to perfection with over 35 years of performing and studying traditional Native music. His performance is complimented by the stellar keyboard work of Mark Cardenas which ranges from warm synth washes to acid jazz, rock and funk. Danny Godinez brings his blessed guitar to make the air sparkle with joy and pain. And Ben Smith, “Chief High Hat” adds just the right amount of rhythmic texture, or… rockin, funkin’ drive to our grooves.
Arlie Neskahi & EAGLES JUMP WEB SITE
charles littleleaf - Flutist Monday, August 21st | 3pm
Registered member of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation of Oregon, Native American Music Award Nominee,
performing artist, and creator of award-winning Native American flutes.
Known for his soulful music, and for his playable works of art for people around the globe including the Dalai Lama, Charles Littleleaf is a recording artist and traditional Native American flute maker.
Charles’ melodies are some of the most spiritually awakening songs you will have the opportunity to hear, many which are shared on his Native American Music Award nominated CD, Ancient Reflections. What began as his own personal spiritual journey nearly 20 years ago, his flute playing has blossomed into a spiritual journey of a much greater scope. Today, this award-winning artist shares the healing power of what music can bring to the spirit, with all.
Charles’ Native American flute collectibles are found in museums, galleries, and in the homes of American Indian fine art collectors around the world. His instruments are intricately designed with great care and love, and are being enjoyed by folks in nearly every country on earth.