Ah the joys, not, of the computer age where your pc connection dictates the level of cooperation from any url in cyberspace. Yes, I’m having issues today with my keyboard, monitor and hard drive. So, since ‘everything’ connected apparently had no desire to inhabit the same blog post here on WordPress at the same time here’s one just for the videos on YouTube for the performers at the upcoming Spirit in the Pines benefit concert at the Museum of Northern Arizona. If you’re in or around Flagstaff, AZ and in search of quality musical entertaiment the Spirit in the Pines concert might be just what your ears are listening for and let your entertainment funds work for a worthy cause. If you attend please return here and drop a line or two about the concert for those of us too far away to enjoy in person.
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From the Navajo-Hopi Observer Quick Reads Online http://nhonews.com/m/Articles.aspx?ArticleID=14752 :
Spirit in the Pines Benefit Concert support services to families affected by DV
On Aug. 25, Native American performers Tony Duncan, Anthony Wakeman and Radmilla Cody will perform a concert, Spirit in the Pines, to benefit Northland Family Help Center’s (NFHC) Women’s Shelter for survivors of domestic violence and their children. The evening will also include wine, appetizers, and an auction of a one-of-a-kind handmade Native American style flute. A beautiful handcrafted quilt made by an anonymous donor for NFHC will be displayed.
A reception will be held at 4:30 p.m. with the concert following at 5:30 p.m. at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Tickets are $40 per person. Proceeds will support critical services to families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.
Tickets can be purchased by calling (928) 233-4300 or emailing email@example.com.
From Canyon Records
“A Beautiful Dawn” song by Radmilla Cody
“Into the Wind” by Anthony Wakeman and Aaron White
Tony Duncan “Circle of Life” documentary trailer uploaded to YouTube by raedamon
Visit the Museum of Northern Arizona http://www.musnaz.org/
Check into Canyon Records for more Native American music http://www.canyonrecords.com/