Keepers of the Earth
RED FEATHER WOMAN (SIOUX/ASSINIBOINE/CHIPPAWA CREE) NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARD 2006 WINNER!!!!!!!! Internationally known, Rose Red Elk aka, Wieka Luta Win, Red Feather Woman, is a Native American storyteller, singer, songwriter and author. She was born on the Fort Peck Reservation in Poplar, Montana and is an enrolled member of the Sioux/Assiniboine tribes. Rose has captivated audiences for more than 20+ years, singing and telling traditional stories to children and adults of all ages. On June 8, 2006 in Hollywood, FL, she won the Native American Music Award, in the Spoken Word Category. Red Feather Woman shares her ancestral stories as told to her by her father and grandfather. Some songs have been gifted to her through dreams while others are inspired by the stories she tells and her life experiences. Her audiences include schools, churches, corporations, museums, theaters, music festivals and universities throughout the United States, and Europe. Red Feather Woman has performed for thousands and has been labeled Master Storyteller. She gives hope for our planet and for future generations. The Keepers of the Earth, has four Native American traditional stories & four original songs, inspired by the ancient tales. With special guest, Native American Flutist and 2003 Grammy winner, Mary Youngblood, this album is a very special mixture of the past and present, and multiple talents. This current CD was Produced/arranged by internationally known, Doug Haywood, producer/singer/songwriter, former member of Jackson Browne's band, and along with many more credits to his name. Rose is currently touring the US, and working on second CD, "Distant Drums" due to be completed by Summer 2006.