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Rollin' Like Thunder

by Douglas Blue Feather & Danny Voris

2010 Indian Summer Music Awards Winner "Best Native American Flute" - An upbeat CD that fills the air with electricity featuring the Native American flute, guitars, keys, and drums.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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1. Stand Tall
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2. Wild Horses
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3. Rollin' Like Thunder
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4. Holding the Vision
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5. Journey To Shambala
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6. Heartland
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7. Desert Moon
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8. Procession
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9. Tribal Dance
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10. Boogie Quest
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11. Seventh Fire
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12. After The Storm
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Rollin' Like Thunder won the 2010 Indian Summer Fest Music Award for "Best Native American Flute" CD and was also nominated for "Best Instrumental" CD.

This CD is filled with driving rhythms, energy, and upbeat melodic music that fills the air with electricity. Featuring Douglas Blue Feather on Native American flutes & drums, Danny Voris on electric & acoustic nylon guitars with additional musicians: Charles Thaxton, Jamie Oxendine, Mark Kenworthy on keys and Jay Luis, Chico Brown,
Michael DiMattio on bass guitars.

Douglas Blue Feather, who’s ancestry includes American Indian, Iberian, and European, is an internationally known recording artist and performer of music featuring the Native American flute. Recognized as one of the most prolific and accomplished flutists of today, he has released 16 CDs which have been heard on radio stations worldwide.

As a multi national award winner, the highlights of Doug's career include the 2013 Indian Summer Music Award for "Best Native American Flute", the 2012 Indian Summer Music Award for "Best Contemporary Instrumental", the 2010 Indian Summer Music Award for “Best Native American Flute”, four Native American Music Awards including “Flutist Of The Year” and “Best New Age CD”, and the Coalition Of Visionary Resources Music Award for “Best New Age CD”. All total, Douglas has received over 45 various music award nominations. He was also featured on the Grammy nominated CD, Faces Of The Sun, by Peter Kater.

Douglas has performed at the Native American Awards, on Fox TV, and at numerous nationally advertised powwows, festivals, expos, and churches throughout the United States.

“Douglas Blue Feather’s music is some of the freshest and most unique music I’ve heard. He is a master of the Native flute. Rollin’ Like Thunder is one of the best uptempo Native CDs to come along in a long time.” Patrick Doyle - CEO NativeRadio.com

Danny Voris is an internationally known virtuoso guitarist whose CDs have been heard on new age and classical radio stations around the world. He received a Master’s Degree in Classical Guitar Performance from the University of Akron, OH in 1993 and has opened for such acts as Kenny Logins, Hootie and the Blowfish and Earth, Wind, and Fire.

As a duo, Blue Feather and Voris have released two CDs, Earth Songs, which won the 2012 Indian Summer Music Award for "Best Contemporary Instrumental" and "Rollin' Like Thunder", which won the 2010 Indian Summer Music Award for “Best Native American Flute”.



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