The Waters of the Earth in all of her forms are in serious need of prayer and healing.
There is only a finite amount of water on this planet.
The same water that we use today was being used millions of years ago.
Never has the water been so abused.
We all must be more conscious and take care of our Water for the future generations.
This song was given to me by the water and was written upon my return from the 6th Council of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, in Lincoln City, OR 2009. This tribute was inspired by the heartfelt prayers of Agnes Baker Pilgrim, the late Corbin Harney and countless others around the world who are focused on healing the Water.
It has been my experience that any time this song is sung there is a transmission of great blessing and harmony for the singers, the audience and the elemental beings.
I hope many people will learn it and share it around the world to inspire gratitude and awareness for our Precious Water.
Windsong is joining the Lively Flow Fest Line up on Big Island Hawaii. The set will be on the “Off the Grid” Solar Stage on Saturday, February 3 from 4:00p-4:45p on the Off the Grid Stage. She will share original folk songs and will enjoy engaging the audience in singing together. Special guest musicians to be announced.
A wonderful evening with stellar musicians. Windsong was accompanied by Dr See on Violin, mandolin and bass. Guest harmony singers Harmony Sue and Diane Patterson added their sweet voices. A special guest appearance by Nia who rocked out on the Bass. Dr See treated us to a short set of his original improvisational music. The […]
Nancy Bloom discusses with Windsong Martin her work in empowering girls and women with songs and ceremonies. Original video from: https://archive.org/details/PA868686
This special evening was enjoyed by many. We sang our praises and shared beautiful harmonies. SaraLila played violin and Skyjah played percussion. Lovely!
Windsong Martin will be performing at this event, Singer/Songwriter from Southern Oregon with her songwriting roots inspired by numerous visits to Hawaii.
Please join me at Inlakesh for Opening Circle at 3 pm and a Choral workshop at 3:30 for Men and Women. Check out the website for more information. www.inlakeshfest.com.
We had a very busy and wonderful weekend at HarmonySue’s WomenSong Retreat. I enjoyed teaching the very willing women students. We sang for an intensive 5 x 3 hour sessions. We all were uplifted and our voices soared with the beauty of all of us singing together. Hopes are that it will become an annual […]
This exceptional event was well attended by the Williams Community and raised $800.