Mary Youngblood in a sentence
1. Prominent musicians from Alaska include singer Jewel, traditional Aleut flautist Mary Youngblood, folk singer-songwriter Libby Roderick, Christian music singer-songwriter Lincoln Brewster, metal/post hardcore band 36 Crazyfists and the groups Pamyua and Portugal.
2. Berry Alexander "B. A." and Mary Youngblood Nunn came from Texas to Stuart and built a two-story, wood-frame hotel that became known as the Stuart Hotel (listed in the National Register of Historic Places, NR 82001496).
3. Notable and award-winning Native American flautists include: Mary Youngblood, Kevin Locke, Charles Littleleaf, Jay Red Eagle, Robert Tree Cody, Robert Mirabal, Joseph Firecrow, and Jeff Ball.
4. As performing artists, Bill Miller and Mary Youngblood share the record for the most wins in this category, with two each.
5. Traditional Aleut flautist Mary Youngblood, singer-songwriter Libby Roderick, the traditional performing group Pamyua, and performing artist Karrie Pavish Anderson also identify as Alaskan.
6. Mary Youngblood won two Grammy Awards in the Native American Music category for her Native American flute music in 2002 and 2006.
7. He tours widely, and has had the opportunity to perform with other acclaimed flutists as R. Carlos Nakai, Mary Youngblood, and Bill Miller.
8. Mary Youngblood (Aleut/Seminole) is a Native American musician, and performer of the Native American flute.
9. Mary Youngblood was born in Kirkland, Washington, and adopted as a child by Dr. Bob and Leah Edwards, both educators.
10. In 2007 Mary Youngblood composed and played the flute music on the soundtrack for documentary film, "The Spirit of Sacajawea."
11. The Library of Congress maintains eight of Mary Youngblood's sound recordings.
12. In their first year they hosted many national and international Native American flute performing artists, including Robert Mirabal and Mary Youngblood.
13. Beneath the Raven Moon is a studio album by Native American flautist Mary Youngblood, released in February 2002 through the record label Silver Wave.
14. Dance with the Wind is an album by Mary Youngblood, released through Silver Wave Records on May 23, 2006.
15. All songs by Mary Youngblood, unless noted otherwise.
16. The advisory board comprises Mary Youngblood, Peter Phippen, Dr. Andra Bohnet, Xavier Quijas Yxayotl of Guadalajara, Kevin Locke, and G. S. Sachdev.
17. Bayard currently performs with Grammy award-winning Mary Youngblood.
18. This led to “Beneath the Raven Moon”, an album with artist Mary Youngblood.
19. Tom's follow up project in 2005 with Mary Youngblood titled “Dance With the Wind” won another Grammy for production.
20. Prominent musicians from Alaska include singer Jewel, traditional Aleut flautist Mary Youngblood, folk singer-songwriter Libby Roderick, Christian music singer-songwriter Lincoln Brewster, metal/post hardcore band 36 Crazyfists and the groups Pamyua and Portugal.
- Libby Roderick
- Lincoln Brewster
- The Man
- the Alaska Folk Festival
- the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival
- the Anchorage Folk Festival
- the Sitka Jazz Festival
- the Sitka Summer Music Festival
- the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
- the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra
- Juneau Symphony
- The Anchorage Opera
- Alaska's Flag
- Austin E. Lathrop
- the Alaska Moving Picture Corporation
- Ray Mala