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Douglas Blue Feather is a flutist and is coming to UIS for a FREE concert on November 1, 2012 from 12 ' 1:30pm in the food emporium. Doug'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 flutists of today, he has released 15 CDs which have been heard on radio stations worldwide.
The highlights of Doug's career include winning the 2010 Indian Summer Music Award for 'Best Traditional Native American Flute' and the 2009 Coalition Of Visionary Resources Music Award for 'Best New Age CD'. He has received over seventeen nominations for the Native American Music Awards and four wins including 'Flutist Of The Year' and 'Best New Age CD'. He was also featured on the Grammy nominated CD, Faces Of The Sun, by Peter Kater. Douglas Blue Feather has performed at the Native American Awards, on Fox TV, and at numerous nationally advertised powwows, festivals, and churches throughout the United States.
Doug quote: 'I'm honored that people refer to me as a master, but like any musical instrument, there is always something new to learn. Some new way of expressing the instrument. My music has become much more than I dreamed and is more than just a musical journey, it's a spiritual journey as well. It really is a gift from the Creator. I am honored to have touched the hearts and lives of so many people.'