Duane Wind Horse Deemer
From Nashville TN, singer / songwriter / Choctaw Cowboy Music recording artist Duane Wind Horse Deemer has been a Nashville resident for nearly 10 years. Known in and around Nashville as Choctaw Cowboy and Wind Horse, Duane is always honored to be allowed to share his music with the people.
Duane has written and co-wrote songs with numerous well known artists and singer/songwriters, performing hundreds of shows in and around Tennessee and across the country playing pow wows, gatherings and songwriter shows in Nashville. In 2009 Duane released his debut album of self penned songs called Tryin To Ride The Wind which can still be heard playing on radio in the U. S. and many other countries.
A huge supporter of our veterans and troops Duane takes every opportunity to do shows to honor them and their families. Duane writes and co-writes with numerous established music industry professionals in many styles of music including country, rock, pop, gospel and children’s music. Duane co-wrote 4 songs in an animated children’s Christmas film called Elf Sparkle Meets Christmas The Horse. The movie winning numerous family film awards including the Dove Foundation Family Film award and the USCAFA 2012 Song of the Year award for song ~I Do Believe.
And in 2013 Duane and Co-writer Jessica Ford won Best Song in Animated Film at the 2013 Youth Exellence Awards with winning song "I Can Fly"
Spending his lifetime honoring his families Choctaw and Cherokee heritage. In late 2010 Duane released his new album of all spiritual Native American music. The album entitled Wind Horse, after his gifted Native American name, with 15 self penned songs, most with traditional native drums, percussion, flutes and vocal ‘chant`. Duane was joined on the "Wind Horse" CD by numerous award winning Native American artists and was blessed to have 2 songs , All My Relations and Medicine Horse both nominated for spiritual song of the year at the 2011 ISMA awards and All My Relations was nominated for song single of the year at the 2011 NAMMY Awards and Duane was awarded the 2012 and 2013 Silver Arrow Award for his contributions to Native American Music. In 2013 Duane was awarded a Native American Tennessee Eagle Award for his contributions to Native American Music and was also Nominated for Best Country Song of the Year for "Last Night I Talked To Johnny Cash" and was also nominated for Best Rock Song of the Year for "Rapture" at the 2013 Indian Summer Music Awards.
From country music to his Spirit Lifting rockin Native American drive to his soul dancing spiritual traditional Native flute music with Duane Wind Horse Deemer you always get the real deal.