Silverfox is seen lifting his flutes as if to call upon the Great
Silverfox, Native American (Apache) Flute Player and Tribal
Fusion "fuses" together the old ancient sounds of the Native American flutes
with riveting modern sounds.
Silverfox is currently touring his Tribal
Fusion sounds doing fairs, festivals, museums, casinos, schools and restaurants,
performing his heart and soul out. This thrilling musical experience presented
by Silverfox is more than a feeling as his sacred sounds fill the very core of
what we feel as we drift into his delightful performance.
Taught by his
Grandfather in his Abaachii (Apache) homelands, Silverfox learned the Native
American courting flute at a very early young age. Coming from a musical family
(late Uncle Isidro "El Indio" Lopez, founder of Tejano Music, and Cousin Lisa
Lopez, singer and international celebrity), Silverfox quickly became comfortable
enough with his talent to write his own music.
Silverfox and Brother
Two-Smokes from Corpus Christi Texas on guitar, have an acoustic CD "Abaachii
Tears", soothing and tranquil original music written from 2004-2008. When not on
tour, Two-Smokes is currently drumming with the Oso Creek Singers and playing
guitar at his local church.
"Tribal Fusion" background music is all
original, written and generated by Jordan Wagenti, an 18 year old from the Ann
Arbor Michigan area. Since November 2009, Silverfox and Jordan have been writing
Tribal Fusion music together with 40+ songs and some of the audience favorites
(Riding My Indian Motorcycle, Tribal Jazz, Whispers) have been submitted to the
2011 Native American Music Awards. Jordan is currently pursuing a career as an
Silverfox, celebrated as the featured event, inspires
the crowd to feel the Sacred Winds, exciting every listener to become part of
the music, an experience of rare and unique mystical sounds, Silverfox leans
into the notes like no other can! Using a wide and varied assortment of custom
hand crafted flutes Silverfox enjoys teaching the young and old through his
dynamic sounds the art of his culture. He remains close to his fans in applause
as he finds ways to interact with all who attend, sometimes inviting children
and adults to drum and play along with him. This must see performer venturing
throughout the Nations fills the hearts and spirits of the young and old
Silverfox is currently touring his Tribal Fusion
sounds doing fairs, festivals, museums, casinos, schools and restaurants.
Check out Silverfox on Facebook to see his current tour schedule.