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Music to Heal a Heart - Calendar

Bunny Sings Wolf  in concert  with The New Christy Minstrels at the following venues

CONCERT SCHEDULE
2015/2016

Concerts usually sell out, so it is best to buy tickets early!

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Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Bismarck State College
Belle Mehus Auditorium
Bismark
Concert 7:30 PM

bismarck

Click Here to buy Nov. 4, 2015 tickets
through TicketMaster

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Sunday, November 8, 2015
Presented by
Allegheny Valley Concert Assn.
Valley High School Auditorium
703 Stevenson Blvd
New Kensington, Pennsylvania 15068
Concert 3:00 PM

Presented by the Allegheny Valley Concert Association
2:30 PM Box Office opens
Tickets $35.00 (includes admission to the rest of the concerts in this season)

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Monday, November 9, 2015

sellersville
Sellersville Theater 1894
24 West Temple Avenue
Sellersville, Pennsylvania


Doors 7:00 PM Concert 8:00 PM


Click Here for Tickets and Information

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Saturday, November 14, 2015

coloniall
The Colonial Theatre Association
Colonial Theatre
111 South Street
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201

Concert 7:00 PM

Click Here for Tickets and Information

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Sunday, November 15, 2015

infinity
Infinity Hall Hartford
32 Front Street
Hartford, CT 06103

Concert 1:30 PM

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Past Shows and Reviews Follow Below


Joining Bunny for this concert will be Lakota Pow-Wow dancers
Jeyda and Storm Runnels
with a Special Appearance by their Grandfather - famous Lakota Artist, Singer Songwriter
 
Vic Runnels

Bunny's 2013 season concerts, festivals, corporate events, museums, library and gallery presentations, community workshops, residencies and other performance dates being scheduled now - please check back  for updates or
 or go to  Booking Information to schedule a performance!

Bunny Sings Wolf Builds Bridges with Song

On the 137 anniversary of the Battle of the Little Bighorn, “Bridging Cultures for All Ages” was the theme of a well-attended concert in the center of the nation at the Recreation Center Theatre in Belle Fourche, SD.  Bunny Sings Wolf’s music performance took listeners through a personal and heartfelt history of the Black Hills from the perspectives of the two opposing cultures of her ancestors, now peacefully bridged in her life and songs; songs which she explained have come to her in dreams since early childhood. The concert was free to the public and sponsored by the Belle Fourche Public Library in celebration of Library month.

She was joined by Vic Runnels, well known Lakota Artist, Singer-Songwriter, Cowboy poet and Sisseton building designer, who sat as a guardian at Bunny’s side until, later in the concert, he took his turn center stage to share his stories and songs.  His grandchildren, Jayda and Storm, also made an appearance in full regalia, to mesmerize the audience with their fancy dance and traditional grass dance steps set to pow-wow music.

Bunny’s naturally calming voice, rich with meaningful lyrics, was accompanied by acoustic guitar, heartbeat drum and 9 Native American flutes crafted for her with white buffalo “birds”.  She opened the concert by singing the beautiful ancient Lakota “O Great Spirit” prayer put to music she received in a dream.  Then she described to the large audience, most of whom were under the age of 15 years old, that a bridge, like the city bridge over the Belle Fourche River, allows two sides of what could be a difficult river crossing, easy accessibility.  A good bridge makes a river crossing smooth and harmonious.  Thus, she explained, her dream songs are gifts from the natural world for this time, to build a bridge between cultures for balance, harmony, abundance, peace.

She introduced her listeners to the “Buffalo” nation culture by teaching those in the audience to say “Mitakuye Oyasin.”  Its Lakota meaning “highlights good kinship relationship with all creation, and is much more than just words,” she explained.

“It represented a simple and most beautiful way of life for my traditional spiritual relatives who once lived in good relationship with the natural life force powers expressed upon, above, and within our Mother Earth.”  She told how in the old days of Saones (the ancestors of the great Lakota, Dakota, Nakota Nation, i.e. “Sioux”) that the buffalo was respectfully considered an honored relative who provided protection and nurturance for the people.  She likened this kinship feeling to the endearment one feels for treasured grandparents – relatives – to whom one would feel comfortable and compelled to heart-fully and openly say “I love you.”

The “Bridging Cultures” theme crystalized when Bunny disclosed that engraved on two separate monuments at the Little Bighorn Battlefield are names of her relatives who fought on opposing sides.  A U.S. soldier (Gillette) who lost his life there, is listed on the monument atop “Custer Hill”.   Chief John Grass - Mato Watapke – Charging Bear – Oglala, Lakota, Sihasapa, a sovereign and major strategist for the victors, is listed at the Battlefields’ “Indian” memorial site.

Her soulful rendition of the “Trail of Tears” song, the “Moon” song, and “Black Hills Train”, all recorded on several of her 6 music CDs, poignantly brought this history alive.  The whispering, guttural voices of her Native American flute music, reminiscent of the sounds and songs of the natural world, gently brought home the peaceful, unifying intent of her music. 

She reminded listeners that our all relatives, and those of the animal nations, have their own unique languages, cultures, and songs, although different from ours.  Bunny vividly illustrated this with her song of the wild horse (“I, White Horse Spirit”).   Then songs that depicted the coming and eventual passing of the pioneer and cowboy cultures followed. In the language of music sent from the heart, her songs spoke to the fact that, like the Buffalo Nation, too soon these diverse and thriving life ways and the lands upon which they thrived, were divided, mined, assimilated, overrun by roads, fences, rails, technology, and a faster, a less thoughtful lifestyle devised and imposed by a greedy few, upon individuals of all nations living within the Black Hills treaty lands (still considered sacred by traditional, spiritual land based cultures).

Bunny then welcomed Vic Runnels center stage.  He proudly introduced his young grandchildren, Storm and Jayda, who colored the air with excitement in every youthful movement of their lively pow-wow dancing in thrilling regalia.  A roaring applause escorted them off stage while Mr. Runnels settled in behind the microphone.  He shared stories of his grandfather’s recollection of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and some little known, still unwritten history surrounding it. With his Lakota humor intact, he capped his portion of the performance with a tongue in cheek rendition of his song “Happy Birthday Mr. Custer” that brought understanding and a warm smile to all who attended the concert.

Her loose hair now neatly and traditionally braided in the ways of her Lakota relatives, Bunny stepped gracefully on stage with beaded moccasins, adorned in white doeskin dress regalia, her white buffalo hand drum resounding the rhythm of a unifying heartbeat.  She encouraged the audience to sing along in simple, childlike lyrics rich with wisdom with her song “Now Is the Time – to live!”

A beautiful drone flute solo lead into her not yet recorded dream song, aptly entitled “Buffalo Dreams.”  The hushed crowd was again encouraged to join in and sing along  “I pray for peace, to come, true, true, peace to come, for all my relations, all around the world”  in the trademark dream song with which Bunny always concludes her concerts.  The “White Buffalo Peace Song”, recorded on her “White Haired Sunrise” and “St8newalker” CDs, was made available for sale after the concert, and may also be listened to, in its’ entirety and/or purchased online at www.bunnysingswolf.com.

Vic Runnels has since returned home to Sisseton to work on his art, oversee the construction of his ambitious building design for the Sisseton Tribal Council, and continues to take great pleasure in educating his grandchildren in the ways of the Lakota culture.

With dream songs prayerfully intent to heal a heart, a nation, a world, building bridges of understanding to inspire and unite all cultures, for all ages, Bunny deeply appreciated this timely opportunity afforded by the City of Belle Fourche and the Belle Fourche Public Library to share her song from the center of the nation, for all our relations. Mitakuye Oyasin.

Photos of Vic Runnels and Bunny Sings Wolf, and concert review courtesy of Publicist - www.Hillbunny.com

Above July 2004 photo of Vic Runnels standing in front of his building design entitled “Song to Great Spirit” on the Sisseton-Wahpeton reservation. Building was completed and dedicated August 2004. Photo by Bunny Sings Wolf

Artist Vic Runnels (left) at National Old Time Country Music Festival with Nebraska woodcarving Artist, Jim Lee.  Photo by Bunny Sings Wolf.

 

Until we meet again where I may once again share the songs I have been gifted in the dreamtime with you, may we all become more attune to appreciate this precious time to hear the most beautiful songs resonating in
the serenity  of silence

 

If you wish to learn of Bunny's Current Tour Schedule - please email manager@bunnysingswolf.com

OCT 2007

Domestic Violence Awareness Month - Benefit Concerts

Oct. 11 5:30 p.m. - 1880 Custer  - Courthouse steps Custer, South Dakota
Candlelight Vigil for W.E.A.V.E.
(Women Escaping A Violent Environment)

  
Press photos from W.E.A.V.E. concert 2006

Oct. 11 6:30 p.m. - Cattleman s Restaurant Custer, South Dakota
Benefit Concert for W.E.A.V.E.
(Women Escaping A Violent Environment)

Oct. 13 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Crazy Horse Memorial - Crazy Horse, SD
I will share my dream songs as part of a workshop sponsored by W.E.A.V.E.

Oct. 17 Spending the day doing special performances throughout the Black Hills
to small groups of women (victims of domestic violence) being protected in shelters in various places.

Oct. 18 5:30 Hot Springs  - Courthouse steps - Hot Springs, South Dakota
Candlelight Vigil for W.E.A.V.E.
(Women Escaping A Violent Environment)

Oct. 18 6:30 Blue Bison in Hot Springs, South Dakota
Candlelight Vigil for W.E.A.V.E.
(Women Escaping A Violent Environment)

 

JAN 2007

Private Party - Sundance, WY

NOV - DEC 2006

Bunny's music is PEACE - FULL  ALL YEAR LONG
and so she doesn't "do" Christmas music. 
November and December she is keeping warm and cozy at home for R & R,
performing at a few private house parties, 
and working on more songwriting and music promotions work for 2007-2008 season...
and still awaiting the  right  investment partner
to manifest her next, BEST EVER CD project!

OCTOBER 2006

October 3 - Des Moines, IA - Ellsworth Wedding

October 4 - Star Academy of the Black Hills

October 7 - Charlotte, NC - Steinek Wedding

October 12 - W.E.A.V.E Benefit Concert -  Candlelight Vigil
W
omen Escaping A Violent Environment
Candlelight Vigil on 1881 Courthouse Steps - Custer City - 5:30 p.m.

  
Press photos from W.E.A.V.E. concert

October 12 - Songbird  Cafe - W.E.A.V.E Benefit Concert 6:30 p.m.
Bunny Sings Wolf Solo Concert begins at 6:30 p.m.
immediately following the Candelight vigil
$7.00 minimum donation - ALL proceeds to benefit
W
omen Escaping A Violent Environment

October 15 & 16 - First Annual Western Heritage Festival
Hill City, SD
Concert times and places to be announced.

October 19 - Hot Springs, SD - W.E.A.V.E Benefit Concert -  Candlelight Vigil
 
bringing awareness and to benefit Women Escaping A Violent Environment
Candlelight Vigil on Fall River County Courthouse Steps
Hot Springs - 5:30 p.m.

October 19 - Hot Springs, SD - W.E.A.V.E Benefit Concert  6:30 p.m.
Bunny Sings Wolf Solo Concert begins at 6:30 p.m.
immediately following the Candelight vigil at
Sturdley's Family Eating, 102 South Chicago Street, Hot Springs, SD
Tickets $5.00 in advance by calling 605-673-HELP or a $7.00 minimum donation at door - ALL proceeds to benefit

W
omen Escaping A Violent Environment

SEPTEMBER 2006

September 12 - World Movie Premier featuring Bunny's NEWEST sound recording! Stagbunny
Soundtrack Now on Sale featuring the Theme Song "Jackalope"
written and recorded by Bunny Sings Wolf

JUNE, JULY, AUGUST 2006

Bunny Sings Wolf in the HEART of the Black Hills
on songwriting sabbatical

JUNE 4, 2006

Devils Tower National Monument  Amphitheatre 8:00 p.m.

JUNE 21, 2006

Mallow Camp 7:15 p.m.

Listen ONLINE to latest Interview with Bunny on the
MERIA HELLER SHOW - ARCHIVES Feb. 14, 2006!

AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2005

Bunny working on new music project and will be in recording studio.
Bunny is awarded  grant from Wyoming Arts Council  to record
her next single HIT song
"Prophecy Keepers"
co-written with Nashville awarded songwriter Karen Lake.  Bunny and Karen will be sending this song for recognition to many song contests, released in 2005 in time to qualify for
2006 NAMMY nomination.


OCTOBER, NOVEMBER  2005

Abundantly booked and busy with
school workshops, residencies, some exciting funded music projects,

and a few privately paid performances  (i.e. community & home gatherings)

Details of these are not included on this web calendar since they are not public venues.
I feel truly blessed that these  activities represent some wonderful opportunities to honor these gifts of music and enjoy some one-on-one sharings with those whose heart is open to the messages that my organic music gives. bsw

DECEMBER  2005

Bunny doesn't "do" Christmas music - keeping warm and cozy at home for R & R this month AND

working on new projects, bookings, and music CDs to be released in 2006 as funding is earned or gifted.
More news about this in monthly newsletters -  please join Bunny's
Mailing List to receive or read

On the Horizon

Please request Bunny's music at the following
RADIO STATIONS

Native American Radio - Owndogs Music Journey -  Gathering of Nations  Radio

NEW!!!    BUNNY IS NOW FEATURED ON TALK RADIO
Listen to latest Interview with Bunny on the
MERIA HELLER SHOW - ARCHIVES Feb. 14, 2006!

or listen to two interviews with Bunny archived at
www.prophecykeepers.com
You may click on archive for both of Bunny's 2 hour  web radio interviews hosted by Blue Otter at this Native American owned and operated talk radio web site.

Please support Native American Public Media
and here are a few MORE MUSIC RADIO STATIONS WHERE BUNNY'S MUSIC IS PLAYED...

NEW!!!  American Indian Radio ~ Worldwide Internet Radio
ENJOY!  "Native Sounds-Native Voices" ~ with good buddy DJ
"Kutchiak" John Gregg


WFHB Community Radio 98.1/91.3 FM Bloomington, Indiana ~
Native Spirit & Native American Program Director Brian Hendrickson.


WMNF 88.5 FM Tampa, Florida ~
Two Worlds Radio & Program Host Jacob Eagle Eyes


KAFM 88.1 FM Grand Junction, Colorado ~ Program Host and Personality Karleen Dunning


Earthsongs Radio - Worldwide Internet Radio ~ Program Director & Host Greg McVicar


KILI Radio 94.5 FM Kyle, South Dakota ~ The Voice Of The Lakota Nation


KINI Radio 97.6 FM St. Francis, South Dakota ~ Sister Station Of KILI From Rosebud, SD


KNBA 90.3 FM Anchorage, Alaska ~ Program Director and Host Loren Dixon


WMPG 90.9 & 104.1 FM Portland, Maine ~ Program Host Valerie Cartonio


KBOO 98.5 FM Portland, Oregon ~ Great Native Programming


KLND 89.5 FM Little Eagle, South Dakota ~ The Voice Of The Standing Rock Reservation

 
IF you are a presenter still looking to fill your booking spots in 2006-7 with a Bunny Sings Wolf performance, please give us a call - some dates may still be open Booking Information

BIG EVENTS IN BUNNY'S CALENDAR IN 2005

MARCH 2005

CLICK HERE TO READ BUNNY'S FRONT PAGE NEWS  IN THE JAMESTOWN SUN!
March 10 - 7:30 pm  CONCERT
Jamestown ARTS CENTER, 115 2nd Street SW, Jamestown,  ND

 
Bunny Sings Wolf
with music that takes you Home
In conjunction with week long all school music residency
Sponsored by the National Buffalo Museum - Home of White Cloud, the worlds' only female albino White Buffalo

APRIL - MAY - JUNE - JULY 2005

Writing songs - arranging - preparing for new CD project (a Kate Wolf tribute album) and hopefully doing Recording Studio work for a NEW single to be released SOON!

and

Abundantly involved with artistic and
some exciting privately funded music projects,
and paid performances  (i.e. community & home gatherings)

Details and dates of these events are not included on this web calendar since they are not public venues.
I feel truly blessed that these  activities represent some wonderful opportunities to honor these gifts of music and enjoy some one-on-one sharings with those whose heart is open to the messages that my organic music brings. bsw

JULY  2004

White Cloud s 8th Celebration (the only albino white buffalo in the world)
and Tatanka Festival events schedule

Friday, July 9th

Jamestown, ND  Daily  Kettlecorn available at the Frontier Village
2 pm 4 pm Kids Carnival: by Jamestown Parks & Recreation at National Buffalo Museum
 
4:30 pm 5:30 pm            Children s Concert & Workshop
Bunny Sings Wolf - Flute, Drum and Acoustic Guitar
at Frontier Village Amphitheater.
Refreshments will be available. Free will offering.
 
5 pm 9 pm Jamestown Classic Car Club: Buffalo Rally Registration at Jamestown Civic Center. 

Saturday, July 10th
Jamestown, ND  Daily  Kettlecorn available at the Frontier Village
7:30 9:30    Sertoma French Toast Breakfast at McElroy Park (Tickets available at Jamestown Parks & Recreation Office)
8 11 am       Jamestown Classic Car Club: Buffalo Rally Registration at McElroy Park
8:30 am          White Cloud s 8th Birthday Parade - Sponsored by Jamestown Chamber of Commerce & Jamestown Classic Car Club: Line up at 1st Ave & 5th St North

Following Parade            Shuttle Rides Available Between Frontier Village and McElroy Park
11 am 4 pm  Jamestown Classic Car Club Show & Shine at McElroy Park
11 am             Entertainment, Food Vendors, Face Painting at McElroy Park
Shadow Creek Band Performance at McElroy Park
with special Guest - (concert preview) - appearance by
 
Bunny Sings Wolf
New Horizons Gymnastics Club Face Painting at McElroy Park
11 am 4 pm  2nd Annual Woodcarvers and Turners Show & Picnic Featuring Chainsaw Carving Displays and Guest Carver from Bismarck at McElroy Park
11 am 2 pm  Buffalo Burgers Served at Frontier Village
11 am 3 pm  Free Pony and Stage Coach Rides at Frontier Village
12 pm             Great Stories of the Great Plains with Keith Norman.  Book signing following at National Buffalo Museum
12 pm 2 pm Keith Norman Book signingat National Buffalo Museum
12 1:30 pm   Bus Tour of Jamestown with Mary Young: Leaving from the National Buffalo Museum
1 pm               Free Birthday Cake and Refreshments: at National Buffalo Museum and McElroy Park
1:15 pm          Wild West Shoot-out at Frontier Village
1:30 pm          Speakers Allen Saunders and Susan Kudelka Memories from North Dakota in the 1920 s, being a WWII Veteran, and 61 years of marriage.  Book signing Mr. Saunders book As It Happened following talk
2:15 pm          Wild West Shoot-out at Frontier Village
2 4 pm            Wings on Strings Kite Club at National Buffalo Museum (Weather Permitting)
3 pm 4:30 pm  Bus Tour of Jamestown with Mary Young: Leaving from the National Buffalo Museum
2 4 pm         Louis L Amour Friend Reese Hawkins Book Signing at National Buffalo Museum
3:15 pm          Wild West Shoot-out at Frontier Village
8 pm         Jamestown Classic Car Club, Participants Dinner. Served by the James River Figure Skating Club at The Bunker

7 pm      CONCERT  Performance
at Frontier Village Amphitheater
Bunny Sings Wolf
with music that takes you Home
and NEW dream-painted songs for mending the sacred hoop
in honor of White Cloud  - the only FEMALE Albino White Buffalo in the world!

Call National Buffalo Museum 701-252-8648 for Ticket Information.

SOME OF BUNNY'S PAST PERFORMANCES 2004

FEBRUARY  2004

February 16:  BUNNY SINGS WOLF - Sundance, WY

BUNNY SINGS WOLF - San Diego, CA - FOLK ALLIANCE
Knudsen Productions
 (check conference schedule for booth number and Showcase info.)

MARCH  2004

March 29-30:  BUNNY SINGS WOLF - Performance and School Workshops
St. Stephens Indian School
St. Stephens, WY

March 29:  Monday - 2:00 P.M.
PUBLIC CONCERT - BUNNY SINGS WOLF - Back Roads & Buffalo Tales
Concert sponsored by St. Stephen's Indian School
St. Stephens, WY

APRIL 2004

April 19-20-21:  Performance and Workshops K-12
Converse County Schools
Douglas, WY

April 21:  Wednesday - 7:00 P.M.
Douglas High School Auditorium, 1701 Hamilton Street

PUBLIC CONCERT - BUNNY SINGS WOLF - Back Roads & Buffalo Tales
Advance Tickets Available at High School Office
$7.00 at door - (Converse County Students free) Proceeds to benefit Converse City Schools

Douglas, WY

OCTOBER, NOVEMBER  2004

Abundantly booked and busy with
school workshops, residencies, some exciting funded music projects,

and a few privately paid performances  (i.e. community & home gatherings)

Details of these are not included on this web calendar since they are not public venues.
I feel truly blessed that these  activities represent some wonderful opportunities to honor these gifts of music and enjoy some one-on-one sharings with those whose heart is open to the messages that my organic music gives. bsw

DECEMBER  2004

Bunny doesn't "do" Christmas music.  Home for R & R this month.

Thank you for your interest in Bunny Sings Wolf's songs of peace for this time.

Please visit Bunny's   Online Store  for all Bunny's music products on SALE!


SOME OF BUNNY'S PAST PERFORMANCES 2003

MARCH

Thursday, March 13, 7:30 p.m. - Little America - Cheyenne, Wyoming
"An Evening With BUNNY SINGS WOLF" Sponsored by the Cheyenne Supper Club. Artist Reception to follow..
Dinner at 6:30. - Info: call Vicky Sherwood 307-637-3376

APRIL

Saturday April 26th, 7:30 pm. The Journey Museum Theatre, Rapid City
"An Evening With BUNNY SINGS WOLF" - “Lakota Children Fancy Dancers” in full regalia to perform at Intermission and join Bunny for some drum songs/dance. Meet the Artist at Wine Reception to follow. ---SEATING LIMITED---Only 200 tickets will be sold, and they are going fast! Advance Tickets at The Journey and Other Black Hills Locations - All Seats $12.
Ticket locations and Info: www.geocities.com/dassbeat - Dassbeat Music: 605-745-4997 and at The Journey Museum http://www.journeymuseum.org/english/calendarofevents/ 605-394-6923

AUGUST 2003

Bunny  OPENS for headliner TOM PAXTON  - Sat. evening August 9th www.tompaxton.com
Also LAURIE LEWIS...BLUEGRASS PATRIOTS...BALD MOUNTAIN ROUNDERS...Vendors, kids activities...August 8, 9, 10th Red Wall Bluegrass & Folk Festival, Hot Springs  
Tom Paxton and Bunny Sings Wolf's songs of  PEACE  were CANCELLED  DUE TO WAR 7/21/03

www.geocities.com/dassbeat
- Dassbeat Music: 605-745-4997
Or call Allen Ranch 605-745-1890 (Joe Allen)

SEPTEMBER 3 - 6,  2003      

Long Beach, CA - WESTERN ARTS ALLIANCE CONFERENCE 2003
Knudsen Productions  at   BOOTH #  545  represents  Bunny Sings Wolf

 or
go to  Booking Information to schedule a performance!

SEPTEMBER 11 - 13,  2003      

Milwaukee, WI - ARTS MIDWEST CONFERENCE
Knudsen Productions   represents  Bunny Sings Wolf
 or go to  Booking Information to schedule a performance!

OCTOBER 24,  2003

BUNNY SINGS WOLF SHOWCASE  PERFORMANCE
FRIDAY - 10:00 p.m. - SUMMIT ROOM - at the Boise Center on the Grove
Boise, ID - ARTS NORTHWEST CONFERENCE
Knudsen Productions   represents  Bunny Sings Wolf  at  BOOTH 31

Bunny's songs speak in beauty of natural and life nurturing spaces and the importance of living ways of cultivating peace and harmony among all our relations.  Mitakuye Oyasin  (Lakota-we are all related).

Listen to a sample of: Now is the Time

Please visit Bunny's Store  to Buy stuff - or -
To hear more music while reading lyrics - please click on name of  other albums below

Buffalo Tales

  Sacred Ground

 

Bunny's songs speak in beauty of natural and life nurturing spaces and the importance of living ways of cultivating peace and harmony among all our relations.  Mitakuye Oyasin  (Lakota-we are all related).


White Buffalo Calf Woman
Pte Sa We
 

Why does Bunny play the "Native American" flute?

Just as a "French horn" is a particular type of musical instrument, "Native American flute" refers to a particular type/style of musical instrument.  Also the style of storytelling dubbed "Native American Storytelling" does not guarantee presentation by an enrolled member of a Federally-recognized tribal member. 

A reviewer with the Rapid City Journal  dubbed Bunny's music as "Lakota-inflective Folk" which  aptly describes the type and subject matter of  the original music that has come to her in dreams which she shares often with flute music (which also came in dreams along with the lyrics and music of her songs).  Her music comes to build bridges among races of all people, Red, Yellow,  White and Black, and educate, show honor and respect for human BE-ings, Lakota and ALL other earth- nurturing, Native American and/or indigenous or other life honoring ways, perspectives and cultures. 
 

"I"m white, but I can't prove it."

Although Bunny has a rich mix of first nations ancestry, continues to learn from, shares with and associates with many well respected "Federally-recognized"  Native American Indian tribal elders, chiefs, and medicine people, and she has  researched the  stories and teachings that stem from cultural perspectives that she may share in workshops or performances,  please know that the music and the original songs she shares (and the stories and teachings that come with them) have come to her in dreams. 

While she plays Native American flutes in music that is enjoyed and endorsed by many prominent card carrying Native Americans,  Bunny Sings Wolf's music does NOT claim to be "Native American made"  as is now specified by the U.S. Government.   IF it is your desire to listen only to music made by an enrolled member of a "federally-recognized"  "Native American" musician, you may find them through a web search. 

click here to purchase Bunny's music online or call
1-800-BUY-MYCD

if you wish to place your order for Bunny's CDs, using a credit card.

Most asked question:    "How can I get a copy of Bunny's latest new songs that I  heard at her concerts?"

Most of Bunny's ORIGINAL SONGS (upward of 450 at last count) have "arrived" usually at 3:00 a.m., in the form of dreams  since Bunny has been living at home in the Black Hills.  Waking her from deep sleep - playing in her head - complete with words and music, she records them, to learn and share later. In honoring this unique music gift, Bunny feels a solemn responsibility to the Creator to use her voice and carry these songs to as many people as possible.  Lyrics of some of these songs, yet unreleased on CD, may be found on Unreleased Lyrics page. If you wish to be added to the growing list of those who want to be notified when new CD's are available, and receive announcements of her UPCOMING LIVE PERFORMANCES scheduled in YOUR AREA, please sign Mailing List

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and/or helping to
finance future music CD productions,
please contact
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Bunny's songs speak in beauty of natural and life nurturing spaces and the importance of living ways of cultivating peace and harmony among all our relations.  Mitakuye Oyasin  (Lakota-we are all related).

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