David would like to thank the Creator; his family, his friends and fans - for their dedication, support and love.  Without them, it would not have been possible to achieve all that he has in this life...Nia:wen / Thank-you!

-Living in the Moment-

􀀀 Opening Colours of Love Concert

 Europe and Asia tour beginns 2016

 Performed 2 sold out shows at Quinte’s Empire Theatre

 Featured 3 times in in County and Quinte Living, including the cover

 Many contracts with various school boards teaching, educating and preserving the cultural heritage of Indigenous people

"BEST OF DAVID R. MARACLE" album being released

 Nominated for the Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Arts

 Nominated Best Traditional Flute for Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards -Winnipeg

 Featured Artist, “Fire In The Sky” Showcase, Manito Ahbee Festival – Winnipeg

 Opening Act at The Milford Theatre Playhouse for Juno Award Winning Band Lee Harvey Osmond

 8 successful season of Stage Red Performance Art Courtyard with various international performers.

 Traditional Mohawk language and Music workshop with Dawn Avery and Larry Mitchell

 Musical Compilation & Studio work for National Aboriginal Achievement Awards /Troy Byno Studios in Toronto

 Brett Wilson’s new TV series – Dragon’s Den Risky Business Spinoff

 Odemin Geziis Strawberry Festival in Peterborough – Aboriginal Day

 Society of Energy Professionals – Aboriginal Day

 Ontario Power Generation – Aboriginal Day

 Spirit Waters CD released Globally

 Canada Post Headquarters – Aboriginal Week

Onward

 The 7th Sun CD recorded and released independently

 National Aboriginal Achievement Awards – Music Box compilation for the TV aired broadcast

 The Sacred Sundance “The Transfer of a Ceremony” National Film Board

 Odemin Geziis Strawberry Festival in Peterborough

 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Hamilton Place Theatre– Production and Performance

 Performed on the new Stage Red Performance Courtyard

 Received approval for Signage on the 401 Hwy as a Native Art Gallery

 

In the Beginning

􀀀 First Prize Ribbon for Sculpture, Awarded in Scottsdale, Arizona, Heard Museum

􀀀 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards at Metro Convention Centre and Rogers Centre

􀀀 Stage Red Performance Courtyard and L’iL Crow Café and Gallery, established by David R. Maracle

􀀀 Performed in the Opening and Closing acts for the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards along with Jana Nation, Lucie Idlout, Tamara  Podemski, Digging Roots, Andrea Menard, Cheri Maracle, Derek Miller and many other talented musicians

􀀀 "The Gold Collection" of Davids’s CD compilation entitled, "Spirit Flutes" was re-released throughout the United States, after overwhelming  success with record sales of a million Globally

􀀀 All of David R. Maracle's CD compilations, including the "Spirit" Collection were submitted for Global Digital Distribution through iTunes,  eMusic and Amazon; now available Globally for legal download

 David’s video, "Pollution", was submitted for air to "Much Music" to be seen Globally, with an in-depth interview with the Artist  to be aired on Aboriginal Day 2008

 Worked with visionary Robin Tomlin, and World Renown producer/musician Waleed Kush, on the song entitled “Let’s Find A  Way”; the song speaks to the world about the awareness of HIV/AIDS, and will help to fundraise for underprivileged  communities Globally

􀀀 Went gold for his album “Spirit Flutes” in Canada & the U.S. Over half a million copies sold

􀀀 Won Best Instrumental Album for Aboriginal People’s Choice Awards in Winnipeg

􀀀 Won Best Traditional Flute Album for Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards in Toronto

􀀀 Won first prize in Art Show for Schemitzun Pow Wow, Connecticut

􀀀 Won first prize in Art Show for Native American Art Festival, Ridgefield, Connecticut

 Signed fifth global record deal

􀀀 Released his 10th Album

􀀀 Performed at the Little Oshawa Theatre for Hearth Place Fundraiser

􀀀 Guest Artist for Fall Colours Studio Tour in Westport

􀀀 Featured in documentaries on Bravo TV, APTN and many radio interviews for CBC Canada

 

Onward into the PAST.....

2014

 

* RE-opened LiL CroW Cafe for its Sixth year of business on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. 

 

* Released the new album entitled Spirit Meditations Globally with his record company featuring his "Original in Stone" entitled Eagle Spirit Woman

 

* Highlighted artist at Gallery 121 in Belleville for the first Ever Indigenous Art Show

 

* Featured Artist for Fanshaw College's Indigenous Music, Arts & Culture Celebrations

 

* RE-opened LiL CroW Cafe for its Fifth year of business on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

 

* Art installations for Native Art Gallery in Niagara, and Friends United in Nova Scotia

 

* Featured Artist and opening ceremonies for the Sacred Water Circle Conference in Trent University/Peterboroughned LiL CroW Cafe for its Fifth year of business on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

2013

    * RE-opened LiL CroW Cafe for its Fifth year of business on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

    * Installed Art Exhibition in Toronto at the Westmount Art Galleries

   * Released his 19th album entitled Spirit World-Universal Meditations

    * Signed his 10th Global Album record deal, being released June entitled Spirit Meditations

 


 

2012

   

    * Installed Art Exhibition in Toronto at the Rainbow Cinema Galleries for the month of February

    * Re Opened LiL CroW Cafe for its Fourth year of business...

   * Sold out Show at the Empire Theatre with his band The Medicine Wheel

    * Invited and Participated at the International snow sculpting Team for Quebec Carnival  -3rd place

    * Re Opened LiL CroW Cafe for its Fourth year of business...

                          

2011

 

    * Studio work as hired Musician for Russian artist at Jukasa Studios

    * Nominated for the Premiers Award for Excellence in the Arts

    * Nominated Best Traditional Flute for APCMA awards in Winnipeg

    * Featured artist "Fire in the Sky" Showcase for Manito Ahbee Festival in Winnipeg

    * Opening act at the Milford Theatre Playhouse for Juno Award Winning Band Lee Harvey Osmond

    * Performed on Stage Red with other artists for his own Showcase, David R. Maracle & Friends, Grand Finally of Stage Red Summer of 2011

    * Traditional Mohawk Language and Music workshop with Dawn Avery and Larry Mitchell

    * Musical compilation and Studio work for NAAA/Troy Byno Studios in Toronto

    * Brett Wilsons new TV series - highlighted on the show

    * Odemin Geziis Strawberry Festival, Peterborough - Aboriginal Day artists

    * Spirit Waters CD released Globally

    * Canada Post Headquarters - Aboriginal Week

 

 

2010

    * CD release entitled "The 7th Sun" recorded and released through Summit Sound

    * National Aboriginal Achievement Awards - Music Box compilation for TV aired broadcast

    * The Sacred Sundance "The Transfer of a Ceremony" documentary with National Film Board of Canada

    * Odemin Geziis Strawberry Festival in Peterborough

    * Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Hamilton Place Theatre - production and performance

    * Performed on the new Stage Red Performance Courtyard, Tyendinaga

    * Received approval for signage on the 401 Trans Canada Highway as a Native Heritage site

 

 

2009

    * First Prize Ribbon for masterpiece entitled "Gathering Our Minds" awarded in Scottsdale Arizona at the Prestigous Heard Museum

    * Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards at the Metro Convention Centre and Rogers Centre, performed in house orchestra

    * Opened Stage Red Performance Courtyard, and Lil Crow Cafe and Gallery, established

 

 

2008

    * Performed Opening and Closing acts for NAAA with Jana Nation, Derek Miller and many other talented artists

    * The gold collection for "Spirit Flutes" was re-released globally

    * The complete collection of albums for David were globally released through digital distribution with iTunes, Emusic and Amazon

    * Worked with Robin Tomlin and Waleed Kush on release single entitled "Lets Find a Way" for Aids awareness
    * Davids video entitled "Pollution was released on Much Music TV globally with interview on artist, released Aboriginal Day
   

 

2007

    * Went Gold for Album "Spirit Flutes" in Canada & U.S.
    * Signed 5th global record deal
    * Performed at the Little Oshawa Theatre for Hearth Place Fundraiser
    * Guest Artist for Fall Colours Studio Tour in Westport
    * Won Best Instrumental Album for Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards in Winnipeg
    * Won Best Traditional Flute Album for Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards in Toronto
    * Won 1st prize in Artshow for 2007 Schemitzun Pow Wow, Connecticut
    * Won 1st prize in Artshow for 2007 Native American Art Festival, Ridgefield Connecticut
    * Featured in for documentaries on Bravo TV & APTN, and many Radio Interviews for CBC Canada

 

2006

    * Signed 4th global record deal
    * Performed in Nova Scotia at Ross Creek for first Nations Youth Camp, and conducted a workshop on making of traditional love flutes
    * Conducted drumming workshops at Wild Blue Yonder Retreats
    * Guest Artist for fall colours Studio Tour at the Enchanted Forest, Westport
    * Nominated for Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards in Toronto
    * Nominated for Aboriginal People's choice Music Awards in Winnipeg
    * Performed live for Santee Smith Dance Company at the opening of her new dance theatre in Toronto
    * Founder and coordinator with Tap Resources of a Benefit Concert *Kanenhstaton* for six Nations Reclamation Site, raising over $23,000
    * Won 2nd place in art show for the Schemitzun Pow Wow in Conneticut
    * Performed at the Empire Theatre with fellow musicians, The Trentones and Janet Arsenault
    * Featured in a documentary by Canadian Geographic Television on the making of Iroquoian Love Flutes
    * Performing artist at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards in Toronto

2005

    * Released 6th Instrumental Aboriginal Album, entitled "Sacred Healing", a musical journey for the soul.
    * Performed for Nations in a Circle, in Halifax, along with Lisa Ojig who is a world class hoop dancer, and award winning Pappa Johns Band
    * Won 1st place at the Schemitzun Pow Wow in Connecticut for his Sculpture called "A Warrior's Journey to the Creator"
    * Performed for "The Art of Keeping it Green" festival in Lanark Village, Ontario
    * Performed for Industry Canada for the opening of Aboriginal Awareness Week
    * Performed and was the Opening Act for Native Showcase "All Tribes, No Boundaries" in Montreal, featuring Native Performers from across Canada
               
2004

    * Won 1st place and Best in Show at Schemitzun Pow Wow in Connecticut for his stone Carving entitled "Brothers of the Longhouse"
    * Performed at the newly renovated $8 million dollar Empire Theatre in Belleville
    * Performed for health Canada Government Employees at Iskatew Lodge
    * Performed for Health Canada during Aboriginal Awareness Week in Ottawa
    * Second Global Record deal, top selling recording artist
    * Performed in concert at the Pequot Museum and Research Center  

2003

    * Played for the Queen of England - Golden Jubilee
    * Won Best Instrumental Album for the third straight year at the Aboriginal Music Awards
    * Performed in Barbados with Tim Rice, World Famous Composer
    * Performed at the opening of the new "First People's Hall" in the Museum of Civilization in Ottawa
    * Performed at the World Cycling Championships in Hamilton, Ontario
    * First Global Record deal, top selling recording artist

2002

    * Performed at the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa for the Senate of Canada
    * Performed at the launching of The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
    * Performed music for commercial spots for CTV and CBC
    * Provided all Soundtrack work for APTN in conjunction with Qmusic, Donald Quan
    * Provided soundtrack work for the TV series Moccasin Flats, Relic Hunter and Tracker
    * Performed at Relay For Life - Canadian Cancer Society

2000

    * Performed during the Half Time show at a CFL football game
    * Performed private concert for Jeff Beck and Jennifer Baton ( Michael Jackson's guitarist)
    * Performed outdoor concert with David Suzuki
    * Music featured on over 35 CBC radio stations across Canada
    * Performed in concert at various Chapters Book Store outlets
    * Won Best Instrumental Album and best Album Cover at Aboriginal Music Awards
    * Performed at the opening ceremonies of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games