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Shaman Journey Wins COVR Award for Grayhawk


Grayhawk’s classic New Age album, “Shaman Journey” featuring a host of esteemed musicians including the late, legendary Paul Horn, David Darling, and Darlene Koldenhoven won the Silver COVR Award in the Iconic Music category.

Grayhawk’s “Shamanic Trilogy” consists of “Blissful Magic“, “Shaman Journey“, and his newest release “Voice of the Ancestors”, which reached #2 on the OWMR Top 100 album chart, #5 on the ZMR Top 100 chart, is nominated for a Peace Song Award and has been submitted for consideration in the 62nd GRAMMY® Awards.

For Grayhawk, the Shamanic Trilogy is more than just music, it is his life’s work, a healing, a passage through youth, the inevitable dark nights of the soul, and reconciliation. The third album in the trilogy, Voice of the Ancestors, is unprecedented in scope, seducing listeners with eight emotionally-rich New Age-World tracks beginning with three intimate trios: “Transcendent Soul,” “The Banteay Srei Temple” and “Guardians of Goddess Thien Hau,” featuring Wouter Kellerman’s flute, Amy Shulman’s concert harp, and the exotic Asian dan bau performed by its greatest master, Hai Phuong.

Complementing Grayhawk’s state-of-the-art keyboard and synthesizer sonorities on the title track, Voice of the Ancestors, are the vocal enchantments and native flutes of Windwalker Dorn, the undulating, sensual worldbeat percussion of Brad Dutz, the ambient guitar of David Vito Gregoli, Karen Olson’s masterful viola, Jill Haley’s exquisite English horn and oboe, the gift of Kirsten Vogelsang’s violin-cello and the incomparable vocal interpretations of Randy Crenshaw.

Physical and digital albums are available through CDBaby.com 

The Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR), not-for-profit trade organization, gives Visionary Awards to the best new products, electronic media, jewelry, music and books in the Mind Body Spirit marketplace.


Paul Horn: C Flute
Alto Flute, Soprano Saxophone
Grammy® winner David Darling: Cello
Amy Shulman: Harp
Peter Kent: Violin
Terry Schonig: Percussion
Kabbalah Bach: Tibetan Bowls
Grammy® winner Darlene Koldenhoven: Hawaiian Chant
Randy Crenshaw: Hawaiian Chant

Press release by Beth Ann Hilton – The B Company