Clan/Destine

Published on September 15, 2011 by Amy

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Clan-Destine
Clan/Destine

The band was inspired by the 1995 (and famous) artists and musicians founded by David A. Montour, Arizona. Apparently under a lucky star – Clan / destine immediately went a steady to success. First published in Canyon Records the following year, 1998 first Nammy nomination and first gig in Germany (German-American Volksfest in Berlin, 1998, 1999, ff unknown) Deeply Rooted already on their own label, Rez Dawgs and a year later won a Nammy, along with the third release Amajacoustic … and performances over the years of ‘front door’ in Arizona to Australia. What followed in 2001 and 2002, has been handed down yet – at least not in the network. (10/02)

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The line-up remained over the years stable: Dave Montour (fl, bs, voc), Juan “Cano” Sanchez (percussion, vocals) and Steve Gatlin (dr, perc) – both came from Rainbow Tribe (Funk Rock, Soul, Reggae / Phoenix) – Frank Poocha (kb, lead vocals, tr) – even with Rasta Farmers and Poetic Justice – Chuck Harris (gui ) and later as a dancer for the stage shows rammed to Derrick “Suwaima” Davis – at times when Indian Dance Theatre , World Champion Hoop Dancer and award-winning. Over the years, but seem to be unüberlieferten added members, photos can be found on dancers ‘Vince’ and musicians ‘Marcus’ … Updating the website announced. (10/02)

Clan/Destine Details

Birth Name: Clan/Destine

Birth Place: Arizona

Date of Birth: 1995

Ethnicity:

  • Frank Poocha: Pima / Hopi (Keyboads, Vocals)
  • Chuck Harris: Hopi / Papago (Guitarist)
  • David A. Montour: Mohawk / Cayuga / Potawatomi / Ottawa (Bass, Flute, Vocals)
  • Juan Sanchez: Oglala Lakota / Pueblo (Vocals, Percussion)
  • Steve Gatlin: Caucasian (Drummer)
  • Derrick “Suwaima” Davis: Hopi / Choctaw (Hoop Dancer)

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