Ohio local Douglas Bonnell, an American Indian descendant who adopted the name Douglas Blue Feather within the ’90s, performs his flute/new age group compositions on Local American-style flutes. His initial album, Seventh Fireplace, premiered on Nature Hawk Records within the springtime of 1998 and features his flute with keyboards, percussion, and character noises. His sophomore record, 2000’s Arrival, earned Best Independent Compact disc at the Local American Music Honours (the Nammys) and was found with the ZYX Music label in 2003. He earned another Nammy in 2002, this time around for Flutist of the entire year for Trip the Lightning, a single flute documenting. Also on Nature Hawk Records had been 2003’s Star Countries, which earned a Best MODERN Nammy, the next year’s THE FANTASTIC Spirit of Xmas with Char-El on keyboards, 2005’s Period for Truth, which earned him another Greatest MODERN Nammy, and 2006’s Heal the planet earth. In 2007, he released A Crown of Superstars with Dunlap and Henke for the Divine Blowing wind label, offering his flute plus keyboards, percussion, electric guitar, lap glide, and bass. Exactly the same season another solo record, The Spirit from the Flute, premiered back on Nature Hawk, and Blue Feather was highlighted on Peter Kater’s record Faces of sunlight, that was nominated to get a Grammy for Greatest New Age Record. The entire year 2008 noticed the produces of Kokopelli Xmas and Sacred Space. A series, THE VERY BEST of Douglas Blue Feather, was released this year 2010, and he earned Indian Summertime Music Honours for his following three albums: Rollin’ Like Thunder, which partnered him with guitarist Danny Voris and several guest performers, 2011’s Earth Tracks, once again with Voris, and 2012’s Flute Medication. Dawn of a fresh Light premiered the following season, as well as the rhythmic Rhythms of the night time emerged in 2015.