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Sharon Burch

The Navajo traditions of New Mexico are preserved with the music and songs of Sharon Burch. Specialized in the sacredness of NATURE and Father Sunlight, Burch is constantly on the accept traditional Navajo prayers, chants, and tracks. Her second recording, Touch the Lovely Globe, which received an INDIE award as Greatest Native American Recording of 1995, was accompanied by Colours of My Center, which was influenced by the tracks that her mom and grandfather, Charlie Yazzie, sang to her during her years as a child. Raised in a normal Navajo family members, Burch spoke just Navajo as a young child. After graduating from Navajo Community University in Tsaile, AZ, she went to the College or university of New Mexico.

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