John Two-Hawks Net Worth

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John Two-Hawks Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

John Two-Hawks is a performing and recording artist who has been performing professionally in live concerts since the late 1980s. He sings and plays many instruments, but is perhaps best known as a virtuoso player of the Native American flute.He is featured as the vocalist and cedar flute player for the song "Creek Mary's Blood" on the Nightwish album Once. He also appeared on Nightwish's End of an Era CD/DVD, a recording of their live performance in Helsinki, Finland on October 21, 2005.Other collaborations include concerts and recordings with Celtic singer and flutist Seamus Byrne, classical guitarist Sir Charles Hammer, pianist Bastiaan Pot and guitarist/bass player Van Adams. John Two-Hawks was the featured musician in the musical score for the HBO production of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee which originally aired in May 2007. The musical score by George S. Clinton which featured Two-Hawks' music, earned one of 17 Emmy nominations, and was released as a soundtrack CD in 2007.
IMDB Wikipedia

Height6' 4" (1.93 m)
ProfessionMusic Department, Soundtrack, Actor
1In ways that words cannot, the flute can reach into the deep places of our being and gently heal our spirit. If we are ever to mend the sacred hoop and experience peace on earth, the healing must first begin within us, one human being at a time.

Music Department

Eureka! The Art of Being2014Documentary musical score
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee2007TV Movie musician: native american instruments / musician: singer


Gentlemen Broncos2009performer: "Cedar Dreams", "Twilight", "First Flight", "Winds of Stillness" / writer: "Cedar Dreams", "Twilight", "First Flight", "Winds of Stillness"
Nightwish: End of an Era2006Video performer: "Stone People"


From Venus2005Roadside Native American


The Conquest of America2005TV Mini-Series composer - 1 episode


Nightwish: End of an Era2006VideoHimself - Vocals (uncredited)

Known for movies

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