Randy Granger in Concert

Date/Time
Date(s) - Sunday March 22, 2015
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location
Hillsboro Community Center, 316 Elenore Street, Hillsboro

Contact: Catherine Wanek or Randy Granger | Hillsboro Community Center
575-895-5652
cat@blackrangelodge.com or hangguy@gmail.com

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Award-winning musician Randy Granger returns to the Hillsboro Community Center for an afternoon concert. An internationally known touring and recording artist, Granger brings the peaceful Native American flute tradition to the Black Range. Along with a specialist in world flutes and percussion, he is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and singer-songwriter of Mayan and Apache ancestry. A spiritual teacher and healer Granger’s music is known for it’s transportive and healing affect on listeners worldwide. He is a regular volunteer at Hospice and Dementia/Alzheimer’s facilities.

Granger will be performing music from his new CD Ancient Grace, an album of solo Native American flute music, as well as music from his other six commercial releases in this genre. He is an award-winning, multi-instrumentalist who headlines at festivals and in concerts nationwide. He is a pioneer on the ethereal Panart Hang. An internationally recognized recording artist his music is heard on NPR, Hearts of Space, Sirius Soundscapes, Pandora and programs and stations worldwide. His music regularly is in the top 20 in the contemporary new age and Native American genre and has been nominated twice by the music industry for excellence and radio air play. Granger’s music has also received an Indian Summer Music Award, New Mexico Music Award and several NAMMY nominations.

Randy Granger is well known in the area for performing and emcee at the Doña Arts Council Renaissance Faire, Franciscan Festival of Arts, appearances on KOBE-AM, NPR stations KWRG-FM and KTEP-FM as well as the PBS station KRWG-TV’s “Music Spotlight” series. He is also a minister and speaks at the Center for Spiritual Living and Unity as well as leading meditation groups and a “Spiritual Journey” to Acoma Sky City and Canyon de Chelly last July. Granger has been a licensed massage therapist since 1991 as well.

For more information on Granger’s music visit http://www.randygranger.net.

Cost: $5 donation
Randy Granger in Concert