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Randy Granger

Saturday May 30, 2015

4374 Alexander Blvd NW, Ste T
Albuquerque, NM 87107






Susan Clark
Phone: 505-224-9405
Website: Click to Visit

Hear music by the Native American flutist.

 Native American musician Randy Granger will present an evening of his original, spiritually tinged music May 30th at the Rio Grande Center for Spiritual Living, 4374 Alexander Blvd NE in Albuquerque. He will feature music from his newest commercial release, Ancient Grace, an album of solo Native American flute music. Granger recorded Ancient Grace at the request of his fans asking for an instrumental album they could use for meditation, healing, yoga and massage. In fact music from Ancient Grace is nominated for a 2015 New Mexico Music Award and is currently in rotation on stations worldwide. 

Granger is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and singer-songwriter who performs all the instruments on his records including guest musicians occasionally in the studio and on stage. A full-time musician, he tours and headlines festivals across the U.S. NPR’s All Things Considered featured him in a piece called “Like water over bells” highlighting his work on an ethereal, steel pan type instrument called the Hang. The Music Mexico Music Commission and PBS’s have both featured his story and music in aired specials. Granger is a frequent in-studio guest on radio and the subject of many articles. 

In July 2014 he led a “Spiritual Journey” to Acoma Sky City and Canyon de Chelly with a finale concert. A meditation and spiritual teacher as well as an ordained minister, he is a regular guest speaker at many spiritual houses and churches. Granger has been a volunteer musician at Hospice for over ten years. He also plays at Alzheimer, dementia and assisted living facilities regularly. He added the Native American flute to his music in 2004 wanting to use flute music in his massage therapy practice. He’s been a licensed masseur since 1991. 

Granger is an Indian Summer Music Award winner, New Mexico Music Award winner, Great American Song Award, multiple NAMMY nominee and twice nominated for a Zone Music Reporter award for best Native American album by the broadcast industry. He has performed at the Sundance Film Festival, Gathering of Nations, Native Rhythms, Zion Canyon, White Sands and many sold out shows across the country. His White Sands full-moon concerts have drawn between 1400 and 1800 attendees. Nearly the record for that venue.

Granger’s seven commercial releases in the New Age/World genre receive acclaims and feedback from listeners citing the healing and spiritual quality of the music. Learn more at Advance tickets are $12.50 and $15 at the door available at: