Eric Many Winds Herrera
Famous for playing the Native American flute, multi-instrumentalist Eric Many Winds Herrera’s heritage is Blackfeet, European Hispanic and German. His passion for traditional Native American music has led to a renowned performing and public speaking career that has inspired many. He regularly plays at The Fort, an award-winning western restaurant in Morrison that is a longtime favorite of Coloradans and serves regional game meats such as buffalo, bison, elk and quail.
Beyond his extensive music career, he is also a respected actor. His thirty plus year acting career has seen him in Hollywood films, theatre, documentaries, and he is the founder and owner of Many Winds Entertainment headquartered in Parker. Reverent and kind, Eric Many Winds Herrera leaves audiences in a state of calm and peace.
Red Feather Woman
Rose Red Elk, known by her stage name Red Feather Woman, captivates audiences with her contemporary music infused with tribal mysticism. An accomplished storyteller and musician from the Fort Peck Reservation in Poplar, Montana, she is a member of the Sioux/Assiniboine tribes, and her mission is to preserve her people’s ancient culture and art forms. This ambassador of peace has toured extensively, including performances in Malta, Turkey, and Pakistan sponsored by the US State Department. With themes of spiritual survival and hope explored in her songs, Red Feather Woman teaches audiences about the importance of nature and Mother Earth in an uplifting way.
After her mother married a man from East Texas, she moved back and forth between Texas and their reservation. With a curious mind, she worked toward three different degrees in different fields before coming to terms with her true calling as an artist while living in Louisville, Colorado. Blending the old with the new, her performances enrich and enlighten through the ancient oral storytelling tradition.