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Richmond Powwow Association, Inc presents Arvel Bird in concert, Hosted by Richmond Area Arts Center Friday September 22, 2023 5:30 p.m 399 West Water Street, Richmond, Ky General Admission $20.00 tickets available at the door!!

Special Guest Arvel Bird

Arvel Bird's “Celtic Indian” brand is a reflection of his mixed-blood American Indian and Celtic heritages -- With his violin, fiddle, Native flutes and Irish whistles, Arvel weaves a powerful tapestry of music and stories.  From music festivals to concert halls, audiences get a glimpse into his Native American heart and Scottish soul.

Classically trained as a violinist, Arvel Bird's compositions and performances are a confluence of styles informed by his extraordinary love of diversity—from traditional Celtic tunes and bluegrass standards to his original Native American folk and Celtic rock orchestrations.

Arvel released his 24th and 25th CDs in 2015 adding to his two EPs and two DVDs.  Five of his releases have earned him international music awards. One of his most cherished is for his classical recording, Tribal Music Suite: Journey of a Paiute, a Celtic and Native American concerto for violin and Native American flute, that earned him Best Instrumental Album and Best Producer/Engineer (with Grammy-winning producer Tom Wasinger and Nashville engineer Chas Williams) at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards. Other awards include Artist of the Year as voted by peers and fans as well as numerous Best Instrumentals.

 

Although once based in Nashville, TN, and permanently on the road, Arvel still connects with audiences the old-fashioned way . . . live. This is where Arvel’s emotionally driven performances thrive, igniting concert venues, symphony halls, festivals and more, leaving his audiences inspired, transfixed and transformed.

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M.C. Dave Little

The Peoples Medicine Drum

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Arena Director Tim Samaniego

Ohio Valley Native American Warrior Society

Head Veteran Mike Dunn

Head Man Josh McMinn

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Story Teller
Jerry McClure

Head Lady Debra Short

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David Owens

he will one of our story tellers on Friday for the kids school day.

 

Meet Mary and Lexi Arthur and their horse Flash.....over the years they have brought some of their horses to our Powwow...We are so grateful for them to do this.

SPECIAL VIDEO AND MUSIC BY ROBERT MULLINAX A LOCAL FLUTE PLAYER WHO HAS PLAYED FOR US OVER THE YEARS 

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