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-Native American Descendant-
Most of Bunny's ORIGINAL SONGS (upwards of 130 at
last count) have "arrived" usually at 3:00 a.m., in the form of dreams since
Bunny has been living in the Black Hills. Waking her from deep sleep - playing
in her head - complete with words and music, she records them, to learn and
share later. In honoring this unique music gift, Bunny feels a solemn
responsibility to the Creator to use her voice and carry these songs to as
many people as
Bunny Sings Wolf
From generations of a very
musical-artistic family, poetry and song seemed a natural part of her life
near the peach orchards and crop landscapes where she grew up in the rural
farming country of Northern California. It was a slower time when people
of all ages from very diverse cultural backgrounds enjoyed spending time
together, sharing stories and experiences, laughing and appreciating the
antics of the dogs, cats and horses living on the land.
A favorite part of each day for Bunny was sunrise and sunset when she would
take long barefoot walks to her favorite large, old cottonwood tree at the
edge of the field near her home. There she wrote music, listened to the songs
of the wind rustling through the leaves, and found herself singing along.
A typical family night of entertainment was going to a neighbor's house to
"jam" all night. Everyone played an instrument and contributed to the music
- even if it just meant playing the spoons, or pounding a makeshift drum.
In fact, Bunny can't remember when music wasn't a part of her childhood.
On road trips her Dad sang base, and Bunny, her sister and Mother took turns
with soprano and various creative experiments in voice sounds. No one was
afraid of not looking or sounding "cool." On the road, instead of asking
"are we there yet?" Bunny asked:
"Are we there ALREADY? Please, let's just sing ONE MORE song!"
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