Date(s) - Saturday June 17, 2017
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Black Range Lodge, 50 Kingston Main Street, Kingston
Randy Granger Performs at Starlight Concert Series
Inaugurating a new summer series of concerts at the Black Range Lodge, in Kingston, Native American singer-songwriter Randy Granger will perform Saturday, June 17, 2017, at 7:30PM. An award-winning recording and touring artist of Mayan and Apache ancestry, Granger’s acoustic music blends world flutes, emotive vocals, percussion and ethereal instruments like the PANArt Hang. Kingston is located on the eastern edge of the Gila National Forest, once the homeland of the Warm Springs (Chihene) Apaches.
A full-time musician, Granger tours the United States performing and offering workshops. His music is heard on NPR, PBS, Hearts of Space, Sirius Soundscapes, Pandora and stations worldwide. Described as “Southwest world music”, it is also said to have healing properties. Granger also performs with Theatre Dojo of Deming, NM, in the plays “An Illiad”, and “Killing Buddah”.
A spiritual teacher, speaker and minister, Granger volunteers with Hospice care, playing his music for patients and their loved ones, as well as staff. He also plays for Alzheimer and dementia patients and in assisted living care facilities. (www.randygranger.net). Barbara (Aguila) Morrow, a New Mexican of Apache/Tarahumara/Hispanic descent will open for Randy at 7pm, playing Native American flute and drums.
The Black Range Lodge is located at 50 Main Street, Kingston, New Mexico. During the event, Black Range Vineyards of Hillsboro will offer wine and beer, and CDs will be for sale. Monthly performances are planned throughout the summer, sponsored by the Sierra County Arts Council. For a schedule of upcoming events, see www.sierracountyarts.org and blackrangelodge.com.