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WIND SONGS: Two-Hawks shares native wisdom

John Two-Hawks visits with a woman Friday afternoon at the Crest Theater, after his lecture on American Indian history and culture.

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The first notes from John Two-Hawks’ wooden flute filled the Crest Theater, quieting the large audience. A stand behind him held more flutes of various lengths and woods.

On Friday evening, hundreds of people came to the Great Bend theater to hear the music of Grammy nominated Two-Hawks, who plays Native American flute and dozens of other instruments. He’s recorded 20 CDs, including "Vision Seeker," "Wind Songs" and "Good Medicine," but that afternoon people came to hear him speak. Two-Hawks answered questions about Indian history and culture, from the perspective of his Oglala Lakota Sioux lineage.

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