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Qua ti si

 

Winner of the 2004 Nammy Awards!!

Each year the Native American Music Association awards its most talented 

artists with the recognition they so richly deserve.  Qua ti si has just won a

Nammy for the  Best Folk/Country Recording  -  "Through Indian Eyes" 

 

 

 

"Bury Me" Now Playing

 
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Through Indian Eyes

2005 (CD)

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  Through Indian Eyes
Nominated Best Female Artist 2004 NAMA
Nominated Best Folk/Country Recording 2004 NAMA
Nominated Song/Single of the Year 2004 NAMA

1. Dark Horse
2.
Through Indian Eyes (vocal)
3.
Through Indian Eyes (Instrumental)
4.
Johnny Wildhorse
5.
Rattlessnake Boots
6.
Your Not The Only Heart In Town
7.
Ride Choctaw Girl Ride

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People of the Red Man

2004 (CD)

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"People of the Red Man" was recorded, mixed and engineered at Cumberland Studios in Nashville, a powerful offering of songs, with the characteristic blend of the Native American flute, rattle, drum, the whistle and the unique sound of the steel guitar, violin and keyboard. Qua Ti Si's music not only means something, but moves you as well. Her music will transport the listeners to the people and lands of her native heritage. ”People of the Red Man” was nominated for a 2001 NAMMY award for Best Independent Recording and now available. 

 

This unique composer and performer brings her wonderful talents to the world through these releases and we proud to be able to bring these to you

 

The Songs

01. People of the Red Man
02.
Amazing Grace Cree words
03.
What Will Be
04.
Spirit of the Wind
05.
Shad'age

The Songs

06. Mother Hear My Cry
07.
To Ride
08.
First Man, First Woman (Navaho)
09.
Long Blue Man (Cherokee)
10.
Cherokee Moring Song

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Bury Me

2003 (CD)

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Bury Me
Nominated Best Pop/Rock Recording 2002 NAMA

 

1. Bury Me
2.
Cochise
3.
Spirits of the Wind
4.
Long Blue Man
5.
Shawnee
6.
It's A Good Day To Die
7.
Visions & Dreams

 

 

 

 

 

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Qua ti si Biography

Quatisi is of the Cree Nation.  Her tremendous natural talent is a gift of the Creator honed to perfection by her loving and musically talented father. In Qua ti si's personal life she is a very private and tender hearted, feeling woman.

 

In both her recorded and live performances, Qua ti si, with her striking appearance has a boldness in her singing combined with a deft touch and warm phrasing. Her delivery of a song is clear as a beacon with a touch of mystique and a sense of confidence borne of the connection with her music and her culture.

 

Quatisi started performing on her own and opened for many well-known artists and she's performed in most states east of the Mississippi River. She moved to Nashville in the early 90's where she worked as a demo artist for several years, however there seemed to be something missing, she loved "country music" but it just didn't have the connection to her like Native American music. There was a deeper feeling for Qua ti si to let other people know "my native ways" she stated.

 

Since beginning her career, Qua ti si has experienced an over-whelming love and satisfaction for her Native American music from her fans across the country and Europe.

 

Qua ti si is a very modest woman, but she is one great performer.  Her first CD was a compilation of many different genres of traditional music and talent and was nominated as one of the Best Independent Recordings for 2001 Native American Music Awards.

People of the Red Man"People of the Red Man" was recorded at Cumberland Studios in Nashville. She will always be thankful to Billy Anderson, the owner, engineer and musician for his help.

 

Her CD's are a powerful offering of songs, with the characteristic blend of the Native American flute, rattle, drum, the whistle and the unique sound of the steel guitar, violin and keyboard. Qua ti si's music not only means something, but moves you as well. Her music transports listeners to the people and lands of her native heritage.

 

Qua ti si was nominated for the Fifth Native American Music Awards for her next dynamite CD "Bury Me" in the Best Pop/Rock recording which put her up against the likes of Grammy and Nammy winner Micki Free. She definitely received a lot of attention and recognition for this outstanding piece of work!  In 2003 Qua ti si was nominated again with the song White Cross as one of the best in the Gospel Category with the Nammys.

 

In 2004, Qua ti si's CD "Bury Me" was also nominated in the Best Pop category with the ISMA awards. Her newest CD release "Through Indian Eyes" has been selected to be placed in 6 categories for the 7th Annual NAMA awards.  The song Dark Horse was selected as the best Song/Single of the year.  Through Indian Eyes is one of her best works yet!

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  Bookings and Interviews:

Shadagea Music
P.O. Box 212
White Bluff, TN 37187
Phone: (615) 797-9734
Email: info@quatisi.com



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