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Playlist of Kevin Locke (musician)

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  • Kevin Locke Performance

    50:36

    Kevin performs for South Newton. Thank you to Purdue Convocations and Wilson Industrial of Brook, IN for bringing him to our school.

  • VIDEO 3536 Kevin Locke performs, July 28, 2016, WFS Convention

    1:15

    Kevin Locke performs at the World Flute Society Convention in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, on July 28, 2016. Kevin is acknowledged to be the pivotal force in the now powerful revival of the indigenous flute tradition which teetered on the brink of extinction just 20 years ago. He is Lakota (Hunkpapa Band of Lakota Sioux) and Anishinabe. Tokeya Inajin is his Lakota name, meaning “The First to Arise”) is known throughout the world as a visionary Hoop Dancer, the preeminent player of the indigenous Northern Plains flute, a traditional storyteller, cultural ambassador, recording artist and educator. Video by Leslee Tassie

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  • VIDEO 3537 Kevin Locke performs, July 28, 2016, WFS Convention

    2:22

    Kevin Locke performs at the World Flute Society Convention in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, on July 28, 2016. Kevin is acknowledged to be the pivotal force in the now powerful revival of the indigenous flute tradition which teetered on the brink of extinction just 20 years ago. He is Lakota (Hunkpapa Band of Lakota Sioux) and Anishinabe and is carrying on in the old tradition of his people by bringing some of the old songs back to the people through song, flute, and stories.. Tokeya Inajin is his Lakota name, meaning “The First to Arise”) is known throughout the world as a visionary Hoop Dancer, the preeminent player of the indigenous Northern Plains flute, a traditional storyteller, cultural ambassador, recording artist and educator. Video by Leslee Tassie

  • Luke Kapayou and Kevin Locke Flute and Singing.

    9:34

    My Uncle Luke Kapayou Singing and Kevin Locke Playing the Flute Songs came from Grandfather Everett Kapayou but passed down from his mother.

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  • Kevin Locke Native Dance Ensemble performance at Deadwood Mt. Grand

    1:39:46

    Kevin Locke Native Dance Ensemble performance at Deadwood Mountain Grand in Deadwood SD on July 12, 2012, shot by students participating in Deadwood History Inc's Shared Harmonies summer program in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main St. national traveling exhibition, New Harmonies.

    Kevin Locke performance at Deadwood Mountain Grand in Deadwood SD on July 12, 2012, shot by students participating in Deadwood History Inc's Shared Harmonies summer program in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main St. national traveling exhibition, New Harmonies.

    Kevin Locke (his Lakota name, Tokaheya Inajin, means The First to Arise) is known throughout the world as a visionary Hoop Dancer, preeminent player of the indigenous Northern Plains flute, traditional storyteller, cultural ambassador, recording artist and educator.

    Born in 1954 in Southern California, at five years old Locke moved north with his family, later to settle in South Dakota on the Standing Rock Reservation in 1966. It was from his mother, Patricia Locke, his uncle Abraham End-of-Horn, mentor Joe Rock Boy, and many other elders and relatives that Kevin received training in the values, traditions and language of his native Sioux culture.

    From his early Lakota influences and from his extended world family he has learned how we each can draw from our individual heritages to create a vibrant, evolving global civilization embracing and celebrating our collective heritage.

    You have to see the magnificence of the Kevin Locke Native Dance Ensemble live to really appreciate why this ensemble is so exceptional. With Kevin Locke's longstanding mastery of traditional Lakota music and dance and the added vitality of dances and songs from the varied traditions of the ensemble performers, there is no other show like it.

    Representing the Plains nations of Lakota, Anishinabe and Comanche, the Southeastern tribe Choctaw and the Woodlands Nations of Ojibwe and Oneida, this one-of-a-kind ensemble of American Indian champions and award winners offers a rich variety of American Indian traditions and aesthetics in dance, instrumentals, song, storytelling, sign language and audience interaction. Performers are Wayne and Rose Silas and Doug Good Feather.

    Edited by Paul Dennis Kopco.

  • Kevin Locke & St Josephs Indian School Flute Players

    14:43

    September 30, 2013 in Oacoma/Chamberlain, SD - Kevin Locke, with children from St Joseph's Indian School who made their flutes and are learning to play, performing at the South Dakota Indian Education Summit.

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  • Kevin Locke and Douglas GoodFeather in WRIR studio.

    3:33

    Kevin Locke and Douglas GoodFeather in WRIR studio. Richmond, Virginia 97.3

  • 2011 Flute Retreat - Kevin Locke plays the Flute he made at the 2011 Nevaquaya Flute Retreat

    2:30

    Kevin Locke plays a flute that he made at the 2011 Nevaquaya Flute Retreat at Big Cypress

  • When I Need You - Addison Locke

    4:05

    Video: Eric Jollymore - Nov. 27, 2013 - Celtic Circle
    New Glasgow, NS

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  • Hot ! Hoop Dance Native American Thanksgiving Flute & Dancer

    5:18

    Lowery Begay Dances as the Jeff Ball Band performs their song: Eye of the Storm.
    Song written by Sennen Quigley.
    November is not just the Thanksgiving holiday - but also Native American month !!

  • Brule- Featuring Thirza Defoe

    5:05

  • FireFlyForest - Fleeting Moment

    9:15

    Music led and written by Steven Hobert
    fireflyforestmusic.com
    stevenhobert.com

    Nathan Eliot - guitar
    Jeff Schraw - percussion
    Sarah Larsson - doumbek
    Kathleen Hobert - percussion and crowd riling
    Kevin Rowe - bass
    Natalie Locke - percussion

  • 59 and Vine - Addison Locke

    3:52

    Addison Locke at Italy Cross
    Video: Eric Jollymore
    March 23, 2019

  • Hell Wave His Hand - Addison Locke

    4:26

    Video: Eric Jollymore

  • PASIC15 - An Evening of Vibes

    11:11

    Highlight from An Evening of Vibes with Joe Locke, Warren Wolf, Tony Miceli, and Stefon Harris.

    Filmed at PASIC 2015 in San Antonio, TX, November 11th-14th.

    Sponsored by Percussive Arts Society, Malletech LLC, Mike Balter, Steve Weiss Music

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    Vibist Joe Locke has performed and recorded with a diverse range of notable musicians and ensembles including Grover Washington, Jr., Kenny Barron, Eddie Henderson, Cecil Taylor, Dianne Reeves, Ron Carter, The Beastie Boys, the Münster Symphony Orchestra, Hiram Bullock, Bob Berg, Ron Carter, Jimmy Scott, Geoffrey Keezer, The Mingus Big Band, and Randy Brecker. Locke has toured around the world, both as a bandleader and guest soloist. Additionally, he has recorded over thirty albums. His work as soloist on recordings such as Rev.elation, a tribute to Milt Jackson, to his work with The Joe Locke/Geoffrey Keezer Group on Live in Seattle and Signing to Wish Upon A Star to his performances as part of The Joe Locke Quartet with the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra (Lincoln, Nebraska) has cemented his musicianship and mastery of the vibraphone for all. Locke is also active as a clinician and an educator. In 2008, he was appointed International Vibraphone Consultant by the Royal Academy of Music in London, England, which is a position he holds on a visiting basis.

    Warren Wolf is a multi-instrumentalist from Baltimore, Maryland. Starting at three years of age, Wolf began studying vibraphone/marimba, drumset, and piano. He attended the Peabody Conservatory Preparatory Program and the Baltimore School for the Arts. After graduating from the Baltimore School for the Arts, he attended and graduated from The Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. As a vibist, drummer, and/or pianist, Wolf has performed, toured, and/or recorded with such as groups and artists as Wynton Marsalis and The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Tia Fuller, Rachael Price Group, Nicholas Payton, Adonis Rose, Donal Fox, Cyrus Chestnut, Lewis Nash, Willie Jones, Mulgrew Miller, Terri Lyne Carrington, Yoron Israel, Larry Willis, David Fathead Newman, Stefon Harris, Reuben Rogers, Kevin Eubanks, Ron Carter, Wycliffe Gordon, and Esperanza Spaulding. Wolf's recordings as bandleader and performer include Incredible Jazz Vibes, Black Wolf, RAW, and Warren “Chano Pozo Wolf.

    Vibraphonist Tony Miceli has been performing steadily on the jazz scene since 1980. Miceli has presented workshops and performed at countless jazz festivals, percussion festivals, jazz clubs, colleges, and even prisons throughout the United States and around the world. He most recently returned from performances in the following countries: Spain, Ireland, South Korea, Australia, Canada, Belgium, and Patagonia. As an educator and innovator, Miceli created “ his vibraphone online school of music with over 3,000 members.

    Educator, vibraphonist, and composer Stefon Harris is Artistic Director for Jazz Education at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Director of Curriculum Design/Artist in Residence at The Brubeck Institute in California. He teaches at New York University, Rutgers University, and through his Distance Learning lab at Monash University in Australia. He has served as Artist In Residence in such venues as The Kennedy Center, Fontana Chamber Arts, The Lied Center (NE), San Francisco Performances, and Centrum Jazz. Harris's TED Talk, “There are No Mistakes On The Bandstand has over 500,000 views. He has served on the Executive Board of Directors or Advisors for Chamber Music America, PAS, and WBGO-FM. A 4-time Grammy Award nominee and 7-time designee as Best Mallet Player by the Jazz Journalist Association, Harris won Lincoln Center's Martin E. Segal Award, 2014 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Jazz Album, and 2013 Downbeat Critics Poll-Vibes.

  • Kevin Church - Holy City

    3:47

    Kevin Church’s Holy City is for the people of Charleston, SC. He sings about the history, struggles, and survival of Charleston, nicknamed the “Holy City”, for being one of the first settlements recognizing religious tolerance.

  • Im A Lot Like You - Addison Locke

    3:45

    Song Writer's Circle - Addison Locke, Cecil MacDougall and Dave Kerr
    Little Freemans, 3671 Dutch Village Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Be sure to watch all the videos in this set, it was a great show and a very funny one at that.

  • KEVIN WINDROSS DEMO ON LABOGA AMP MR HECTOR & LC85 TOKAI AXE

    7:03

    SHRED HEAVEN HERE ON THE METAL MONSTER LABOGA MR HECTOR DUO AMPLIFIER

  • Medicine Dream LIVE prt.2 9.12.08

    2:26

    More raw footage of Medicine Dream in concert shot by Daniel Weirich in Unalaska/Dutch Harbor Alaska.

  • Kimberly Locke

    9:56

    Kimberly Locke
    Produced by Ernie Muraoka

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  • Gentle Thunder...A Brief LIVE Overview

    10:00

    A 10 minute demo of Gentle Thunder playing solo with the exception of percussionist Will Clipman joining her on Spirit Fire.

  • 40 Exaudi orationem meam - U of NC - CBDNA 2013

    23:30

    Exaudi orationem meam
    Espectans expectavi Dominum
    Alleluia, Laudate Dominum - Igor Stravinsky
    UNCG Chamber Singers, University Chorale, and Glee Clubs

    CBDNA 2013, Friday, March 22nd
    University of North Carollina at Greensboro Wind Ensemble
    Conductor - John Locke
    Kevin Geraldi

  • Beautiful - Addison Locke - Breakfast Television Video Aired April 6, 2010

    3:29

    This video was recorded at CTV on Breakfast Television, 2010,

    Born and raised in Lunenburg county Nova Scotia. Addison Locke now resides on his Cashmere goat farm on the north shore of Pictou County. Addison has been entertaining audiences throughout the region and beyond since 1984. Performing comes naturally. Addison says, There are just so many stories to be told.
    For twenty-six years he has honed his singing and writing skills to where he has become a valued story teller and a song smith second to no one in the business.
    Ten years in the Pictou County Male Chorus, as well as, a stint in the Tatamagouche Area Singers and numerous stage musical theatrical performances has assured Addison a solid understanding of his vocal capability. While singing in the now defunct Pictou Male Chorus, a very well known Nova Scotia choral group, Addison had occasion to sing solo renditions in the nation's capitol of Ottawa helping the group receive standing ovations and critical praise.
    In 1996 Addison was noticed by Nashville insiders and invited to this USA country music capital. Although he chose not to, Addison was invited to stay and work through many showcase performances and write with other young songwriters throughout the US. Addison says, After recording and performing in that great city, (at The Nashville Cantina and Cattleman's Club), I found that I could not allow myself to be solely fixed on the 'country' music genre. I am east coast Canadian, I am light rock, I am spiritual, I am folk music and I am country music. Also, it became clear the Nashville option would end up costing a lot of money with no clear avenues for success. Together these were great reasons to come back home, pay my dues and write from my Nova Scotia soul. The music arts energy in Nova Scotia is second to none. I love being part of this scene.
    Addison has recorded in Nashville, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and began offering full length concerts in 2008 after launching his first long playing CD titled. Addison Locke...What Have You Done.
    Addison is honoured to have recorded his CD in the Dave Gunning Studios together with Dave who he admires as perhaps the hardest working musician in Canada. Addison, like Dave, knows that the key to joy in the music industry is found 'on the ground' singing for live audiences. Addison holds to his idea that the finest artists are also fine people filled with spirituality and genuine affection and respect for their fans.
    The fundamental truth about people often translates into funny songs, (songs like, Never Too Sick For BINGO). Sometimes the truth translates into deep songs such as My Old Man or fun songs like I Pay My Rent when it comes due.
    This album has allowed Addison to offer amazing two hour shows featuring his songs mixed with other carefully selected popular songs.
    Addison's shows are more than music though. The concerts are filled with stories and laughter. Quiet and humble by nature, Addison offers sincere and wildly true stories about where his songs originate and the characters that inspired them.
    Those who attend Addison's live concerts leave his shows knowing him and leave feeling that he genuinely loves each one of them. They discover the true depth of his character and spiritual energy.
    Addison entertains with stories and laughter, Between my songs. I love to offer laughter. Mostly I laugh at myself and the colourful characters that surrounded both my childhood and my life today. I love to tease my mom and my sisters, as well as, my wife Christina who is so tolerant of my obsession with entertaining.
    When asked, what does he offer that perhaps is not in other great acts? Addison explains: I think that what separates me from some other entertainers is first, I truly love my audience and second, every song I sing has real and genuine meaning for me. If a song fails to move me I cannot sing it... even if I wrote it.

    Eric Jollymore
    Fan and friend.

  • SEA FM Titanoke Kevin Gordon

    2:32

  • inrtoduction song by lakota sioux

    1:21

    intro song written by rob cave of lakota sioux , we are currently in the process of transferring it into a full song

  • Peta

    6:01

    Peta is Lakota for fire. my newest native american flute song

  • If You Could See Him Through My Eyes - Addison Locke

    4:13

    Video: Eric Jollymore
    April 23, 2019
    Italy Cross Concert

  • Ghost Riders - Kevin OConnor & Friends

    6:40

    Performed April 21, 2012 in front of Music Go Round in Natic, Massachusetts. Players are Kevin O'Connor, Rich Caloggero, Seth Itzkan, Phil Chernin, George Chapman.

  • Joe Locke Group preview: live at Dizzys July 17-20, 2014

    2:15

    The Joe Locke Group feat. vocalist Kenny Washington — and this time with Clarence Penn, Lorin Cohen and Jim Ridl -- are back at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola (New York City)

    Four nights to catch them live: July 17 - 20, 2014

    Info:
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  • Workshop Invitation 2019

    7:23

    We invite you to our Native American flute workshops, schools, and retreats for 2019.

  • Hell Wave His Hand - Addison Locke

    4:08

    Video by Eric Jollymore, recorded in Wallace, NS.

  • Movin Out - Billy Joel - David Locke

    3:53

    Billy Joel is a big influence on me so here is one of my favourite tracks with guitars added by myself.

  • Nicolas Piano concert November 2015

    2:49

    Nicolas playing Castle in the Sky and New Age

  • Rene Marie - Shenandoah

    9:59

    Vendrell Spain - 4-4-2009
    Quentin Baxter Drums
    Rodney Jordan Bass
    Kevin Bales Piano

  • Grand Canyon

    6:17

    Grand Canyon (Cover of Peppino D'Agostino's Grand Canyon).

    Still working on multicam as well as fx in Logic. A little slower than Peppino's, going for an airy spacious feel.

  • Richard Blackhawk Kapusta- The Wish

    4:05

    Richard Blackhawk Kapusta performs at Fort Sisseton Celebration 2009. The Wish

  • Bagdad Blues, Kevin van den Elzen 1st Master Recital

    5:29

    This is a song from Horace Silver in a arrangement of the SF Jazz Collective.
    The octet consists out of:
    Kevin van den Elzen, drums
    Chris Lawrence, trumpet
    Jon Hatamiya, trombone
    Mike Lebrun, tenor
    Alekos Syropoulos, alto
    Justin Thomas, vibes
    Paul Cornish, piano
    Logan Kane, double bass

  • Back and Forth with Frank Waln

    6:55

    In our new series, host Jesse Menendez plays ping pong with musicians and artists and asks them silly questions. Enjoy! And here's the link to the full interview about his new EP The Bridge, which describes the plight of indigenous people in the Unites States. The album also addresses this country’s dark history of genocide and colonization at the hands of our Founding Fathers:

  • Antar Shanti

    6:01

    Antar Shanti performing-Beautiful at the Life force arts center in Chicago ill
    Antar Shanti is:
    Wendy Warnimont-guitar,vocal and flamenco foot percussion
    Kellyann Binkowski-flutes,vocal and rainstick
    Greg Rajsky-gongs,chimes and percussion
    Mitch Gregory-guitar,vocal and percussion

  • Kevin Hart & The Vibe Tribe -Im Falling Together

    5:57

    Kevin & Cassie Hart open the 2006 annual free GLT Summer Concert in downtown Bloomington.

  • 42 Frozen Cathedral - U of NC - CBDNA 2013

    18:34

    The Frozen Cathedral (2012) - John Mackey
    World Premiere

    CBDNA 2013, Friday, March 22nd
    University of North Carollina at Greensboro Wind Ensemble
    Conductor - John Locke
    Kevin Geraldi

  • Bionic Man - Addison Locke

    3:52

    Video by Eric Jollymore, recorded in Wallace, NS.

  • Kevin Peters - Daniele Gottardos Guitar Competition

    1:01

    Thanks Daniele for an awesome contest! I hope you all enjoy this video!

  • In The Studio with Kevin Eubanks

    4:31

    a clip from the vault - Kevin, Bill Pierce, Smitty Smith, and Charnett Moffet in the recording studio

  • Kevin Talley Guitar Contest 2011 - Murilo Mazza ### WINNER ###

    4:17

    This is my entry for the Kevin Talley Guitar Contest 2011.
    The contest goal is to compose a song over the drum tracks provided by the drummer Kevin Talley ( - Kevin is an amazing drummer and is currently working as a session drummer, check it out!).
    Basically I recorded two guitars and a fretless bass. Lof of fun making it, I hope you enjoy it!
    Greetings from Brazil

  • La Dispute - You and I In Unison - Audiotree Live

    5:34

    La Dispute performs You And I In Unison on Audiotree Live, March 23, 2012.

    Download the complete session and interview at:

    YouTube Playlist:

    Subscribe to Audiotreetv:

    Watch more sessions, music videos, and live performances at:

    Visit the band's website:

    For our friends who live in countries where YouTube is blocked, watch the session on Vimeo:

  • Addison Locke - Never Too Sick For Bingo

    2:22

    This is a song Addison wrote for his mother who said she was sick after being asked to go to his place for dinner, but went to bingo instead.

  • ADDISON LOCKE - Who is he? This clip answers that question. - NS Canada

    8:42

    Born and raised in Lunenburg county Nova Scotia. Addison Locke now resides on his Cashmere goat farm on the north shore of Pictou County. Addison has been entertaining audiences throughout the region and beyond since 1984. Performing comes naturally. Addison says, There are just so many stories to be told.
    For twenty-six years he has honed his singing and writing skills to where he has become a valued story teller and a song smith second to no one in the business.
    Ten years in the Pictou County Male Chorus, as well as, a stint in the Tatamagouche Area Singers and numerous stage musical theatrical performances has assured Addison a solid understanding of his vocal capability. While singing in the now defunct Pictou Male Chorus, a very well known Nova Scotia choral group, Addison had occasion to sing solo renditions in the nation's capitol of Ottawa helping the group receive standing ovations and critical praise.
    In 1996 Addison was noticed by Nashville insiders and invited to this USA country music capital. Although he chose not to, Addison was invited to stay and work through many showcase performances and write with other young songwriters throughout the US. Addison says, After recording and performing in that great city, (at The Nashville Cantina and Cattleman's Club), I found that I could not allow myself to be solely fixed on the 'country' music genre. I am east coast Canadian, I am light rock, I am spiritual, I am folk music and I am country music. Also, it became clear the Nashville option would end up costing a lot of money with no clear avenues for success. Together these were great reasons to come back home, pay my dues and write from my Nova Scotia soul. The music arts energy in Nova Scotia is second to none. I love being part of this scene.
    Addison has recorded in Nashville, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and began offering full length concerts in 2008 after launching his first long playing CD titled. Addison Locke...What Have You Done.
    Addison is honoured to have recorded his CD in the Dave Gunning Studios together with Dave who he admires as perhaps the hardest working musician in Canada. Addison, like Dave, knows that the key to joy in the music industry is found 'on the ground' singing for live audiences. Addison holds to his idea that the finest artists are also fine people filled with spirituality and genuine affection and respect for their fans.
    The fundamental truth about people often translates into funny songs, (songs like, Never Too Sick For BINGO). Sometimes the truth translates into deep songs such as My Old Man or fun songs like I Pay My Rent when it comes due.
    This album has allowed Addison to offer amazing two hour shows featuring his songs mixed with other carefully selected popular songs.
    Addison's shows are more than music though. The concerts are filled with stories and laughter. Quiet and humble by nature, Addison offers sincere and wildly true stories about where his songs originate and the characters that inspired them.
    Those who attend Addison's live concerts leave his shows knowing him and leave feeling that he genuinely loves each one of them. They discover the true depth of his character and spiritual energy.
    Addison entertains with stories and laughter, Between my songs. I love to offer laughter. Mostly I laugh at myself and the colourful characters that surrounded both my childhood and my life today. I love to tease my mom and my sisters, as well as, my wife Christina who is so tolerant of my obsession with entertaining.
    When asked, what does he offer that perhaps is not in other great acts? Addison explains: I think that what separates me from some other entertainers is first, I truly love my audience and second, every song I sing has real and genuine meaning for me. If a song fails to move me I cannot sing it... even if I wrote it.

    Eric Jollymore
    Fan and friend.

  • HABRD TRIO - Mogilev Shuffle

    4:45

    Recorded November 2019, at Studio42, Brooklyn, NYC.
    HABRD TRIO - Mogilev Shuffle
    Composer - Dzmitry Habrusev

    Eugene Pugachov - guitar
    Pablo Menares - bass
    Dzmitry Habrusev - drums

  • La Dispute - Edward Benz, 27 Times - Audiotree Live

    5:40

    La Dispute performs Edward Benz, 27 Times on Audiotree Live, March 23, 2012.

    Download the complete session and interview at:

    YouTube Playlist:

    Subscribe to Audiotreetv:

    Watch more sessions, music videos, and live performances at:

    Visit the band's website:

    For our friends who live in countries where YouTube is blocked, watch the session on Vimeo:

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