Native American multi-instrumentalist Robert Tree Cody is a global performer known for his impeccable skills of communicating through words, music, art, and education. He has performed all over the world and is a regular face in the pow-wow scene as a traditional dance professional. He is of Maricopa-Dakota descent, making way in education by frequently lecturing at various colleges and universities. He speaks to students about folklore, crafts, and musical customs of the Native American people. A highly skilled flutist, Robert Tree Cody (Red Cedar Whistle) has released five albums with Canyon Records. He has collaborated with percussionist Tony Redhouse, Ruben Romero, vocalist Hovia Edwards, and Red Tail Chasing Hawks. His 1996 release White Buffalo showcased 13 tracks of modern musical experimentation while paying tribute to the Native American spirits of the buffalo. Four years later, Crossroads was released, featuring fellow Native American flutist Xavier Quijas Yxayotl. ~ MacKenzie WilsonPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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