Garuda has East Indian roots in sound and texture but is clearly not traditional in form and discipline. Much like the namesake Hindu-Bhuddist deity, we try to be boundless in our music and exist in the moment. Our ‘Raag’ crosses space and time, east to west, ancient to contemporary and instrumental to vocal. Jason Deatherage quietly continues 25 years of professional musicianship in the artistic mecca of Creston BC. Having played on and produced major label and Juno nominated albums, Jason Deatherage’s intense, iconoclastic yet tasteful grooves have driven scores of recordings in all genres. Steve Pierson in Nelson BC has been working on his sitar since 1999. He has played in various musical arrangements including rock bands, bluegrass and formerly a duo with tabla (Indian drums). . Dave Gottdenker is a versatile community bass player with over 15 years of accomplished experience. His diversity in music ranges from disco to African dance music. Dave brings dance-ability and pop textures to a world music backdrop.Source: kootenayspiritfestival.secure.retreat.guru
ReviewsWrite a review - tell others about your experience.
Recognize that the other person is you and be kind to yourself.