Hollis found themselves woken in what could be defined as 'the dead of night' with no signs of the sun and not much noise. Except Hollis noticed something outside the tent, making the entire ground rumble beneath them. As Hollis' eyes got larger and the part moon shined just enough shadow/light for Hollis to know there was a bear just outside the tent.
Hollis caught up and Bright Hawk explained “Look, see the steam coming up, smell the rotten eggs? That’s a hot spring, and we are getting closer.” Since Hollis had never done anything like this before they followed along, it was now time to follow Bright Hawk
Bright Hawk's highlights from ROS 2018
By Hollis Taylor Bright Hawk's latest video. The best depiction of her recent creative achievements as well as her experience and skills that she carries to any event or place she is part of. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mibkVEPApkI Handpan Storytelling Adventures are like nothing you have ever seen before. Bright Hawk has always presented story-time that is fun [...]
Handpan Storytelling adventures for everyone. An inspirational Community facilitator. DOWNLOAD BRIGHT HAWK'S STORY FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES
Open Mic - the community gathers! The anxiety in the room heightens as the group of new musicians gather to support each other and take their moment in the spotlight. There are several open mic events in Denver, every night, all over the city. Tonight, we are visiting Swallow Hill Music - Open Stage. Swallow [...]
Bright Hawk has over 20 years experience as a percussionist. Her background began with African rhythms on the Djembe, branched out into marimba, and now is combined on the hand pan, Hang PANAart. The Hang is a very special instrument and for sure deserves the attention it gets but also neglecting to bring Bright Hawk's [...]
Bright Hawk playing the Hang PanArt instrument in a garden concert.
Teresa's Lullaby can also be found on Sacred Side Project's CD, Echoes of the Deep Waters.