Ed Lee Natay had gained a popularity being a clear-voiced singer of traditional Local American music when he was asked to record the soundtrack for the music play presented with the Phoenix Small Theater. Recording beneath the path of Ray Boley, Natay’s interpretation of Navajo, Hopi, Kiowa, Tewa, Zuni, and Pueblo music were so amazing that Boley was motivated to create an eight-song record, Navajo Vocalist, that became the very first album released in the Canyon record label. A fifty percent century afterwards, Canyon is continuing to grow into among the best producers of Local American recordings using a catalog which includes a lot more than 600 albums.
|1||Graduated with High Honors from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut.|
|2016 Writers Guild Awards||2016||TV Movie|
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|The Drew Carey Show||2003||TV Series staff writer - 1 episode|
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