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Randy Granger Concert Eustis, FL
When?Start time: Saturday 6:00pm (18 November)
End time: Saturday 8:00pm (18 November)
Where?Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lake County
1235 Mt. Homer Road, Eustis
What: Native American musician Randy Granger in concert.
When: November 18, 2017 7-9PM
Where: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lake County
1235 Mt. Homer Road
Eustis, Florida 32726
How much: $15 General Admission
Contact: Val Conde (352) 805-8451 or email@example.com
Randy Granger @ firstname.lastname@example.org 575-495-9587 randygranger.net
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lake County welcomes New Mexico musician Randy Granger in concert. Randy is an award-winning recording and touring artist specializing in the Native American flute, culture and storytelling. A multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and composer, he tours the U.S. as a headlining act at festivals as well as in solo concert and house concerts. He is also a sought after teacher for flute schools offering workshops on technique as well as playing in specializing settings such as hospice and memory care facilities. His ancestry is Choltan (Mayan) and Apache among other tribes.
Randy Granger fuses ancient Native American and world flutes, world percussion, vocals, guitar and the ethereal and mesmerizing Handpans into a “Southwest World” style of music. His music is heard worldwide and on NPR, All Things Considered, PBS, Hearts of Space, Sirius Soundscape, IHeartRadio, Pandora, Youtube (1.8 Million views) and on podcasts and radio. A regular in-studio guest on radio and TV he has been the subject of many print articles, interviews and programs. Randy’s music has won and been nominated for several music industry awards as well as the Native American Music Awards (NAMMYS), Indian Summer Music Awards (ISMA), NM Music Awards and others. He has performed, headlined and taught at the Heard Museum, Sweetgrass School and Festival, RNAFF, INAFA, Zion Canyon flute fest, Yosemite, Tribal Stomp, Flutequest, Native Rhythms, Musical Echoes, Casa Grande, Voyager, Indian Summer, Sundance Film Festival, Handpangea, Gathering of Nations, Santa Fe Indian Market, New Mexico State Fair, Albuquerque Folk Festival, Salt Lake Fringe Fest, San Diego Fringe Fest, World of Faeries Fest and festivals around the U.S.