Singer's Performance to Draw on Native American Culture

In her work, folk artist Ginny Frazier draws upon her rich Shawnee Indian heritage that goes back over nine generations in the Ohio Valley area. Inspired by her family's stories, she composes and performs music with captivating melodies - some of which have been featured in Walt Disney's "Pocahontas," as well as on Hollywood Record's releases "Spirit Dance" and "Spirit."


With the help of the band Circles and Arrows and a wide variety of traditional instruments, Frazier shares stories from her Shawnee heritage - mixed with just a little of her German and African American ancestry to round out the concert.  She'll perform

Saturday, Feb. 28

, at Raymond Walters College. 

Single tickets for Ginny Frazier are $3 and go on sale

February 9

.  Group rates are available.

For more information or to purchase tickets, call the

Raymond Walters College

ticket line at 513-745-5705.

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