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I am Studio Musician, but once in a great while i will come across a musician that i will jam with. I cut a few tracks with my friends Leland and Dennis LittleRaven, but other than that I am in need of a few serious musicians to get things together.
Why this name?
I like the name ShadowFace, because no one has used it yet and it is a Native thang...
Do you play live?
I jammed a few gatherings, other than that nothing to large and fancy. Maybe in the future, right now my talent is going to remain in the studio.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It allows a vast amount of people to gaze through different styles of music, let alone experience the music before they purchase. Its a good way to launch your music out into the world with out the embarrassment and it is good for getting pointers form others who listen. So, please leave comments...
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Not at this time, I am too busy with family life, but in the future if my music improves enough for the human ears, maybe then i will reconsider and become a rock star. hahah.
Not much of a band history, but I have played with a few good Native American Musicians. Most of these guys are back in Arizona and I am here in Seattle. Some day i will come across them again. Maybe then the music will grow wings and fly.
As a child i was brought up around a lot of rock and roll oldies and a good mixture of old country. So this is where my style is. Now days i am jammin more of the blues, stuff like Indigenous, Jonny Lang, Eric Clapton, and all the other good stuff. I am sticking with the Native part of my music though, so most of all I stick with Indigenous's style of playing.
Navajo Nation, Tuba City, AZ. This is my stomping ground. A lot of music coming out of this little town. This is music city.
Even though I play the cheap guitars, the music will still be heard. The music must play on...