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Jay Red Eagle

Jay Red Eagle is a Native American flautist and member of the Cherokee Nation. His debut CD was entitled Vision. He was born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

Red Eagle won two Music Awards in 2006: Best Native American Artist of the Year and Native American Flutist of the Year. In 2007 Red Eagle was voted Native American Flutist Of The Year a second time.

Jay has formed a lifetime partnership with NARF by donating 10% of the profits from his music to NARF because they make an ongoing and lasting difference in the lives of Native Americans.

Native American Times 3/6/2006

A Cherokee Nation man did not go home empty-handed after being nominated multiple times in a statewide music contest.

Jay Red Eagle won both Native American Artist of the Year and Flute Player of the Year. The Stillwater-based Payne County Line Promotions sponsored the contest. Officials say the awards are an annual event. Artists must receive a number of votes to even be nominated, with winners determined through online polling.

Red Eagle's music has been described as a “traditional, yet contemporary blend of flute, drums, percussion and vocals, pulling your senses into the world of the American Indian, their history of living in a balanced harmony with the earth, nature and the spiritual world.”

Favorite Artists: Carlos Nakai, William Guiterrez, Redbone, Leon Russell, Bill Miller, Robert "Tree" Cody, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Northern Cree.

"Money may talk, but it still hasn't learned to speak Cherokee." - Jay Red Eagle, Cherokee

"God invented baloney so some people could be full of it!" - Jay Red Eagle, Cherokee

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