Johnny P. Curtis – San Carlos Apache

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Johnny P. Curtis
Johnny P. Curtis

Johnny P. Curtis

Johnny P. Curtis of Fort McDowell, Arizona is a member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe. Curtis has been involved in Native American Music since the early gospel music movement of the 1970s. Curtis has produced multiple records within the past thirty plus years. He writes his own original songs and music compositions. In October 2008 Curtis received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Native American Music Association in Niagara Falls, New York. He is also two time NAMMY Nominee.

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