Micki Free is a “mixed-blood Cherokee/Comanche” Native American, adopted by LaNora Parker, the great granddaughter and Comanche direct descendant of the last great Comanche Chief, Quanah Parker of the most powerful Indian nation in American history…the Comanche!
Micki is a three-time Grammy Award nominee, Grammy Award winner & five-time Native American Music Award winner. Discovered initially by KISS Super Star and frontman Gene Simmons and managed by Diana Ross, Micki has gone on to an “unprecedented” career in the entertainment business. Micki was also chosen to perform in full Native American Comanche regalia as the opening act for Jay Leno in Flagstaff Arizona at NAU early in his career.
Micki Free has three award-winning Native American Flute CD’s, including: “The Sun Chaser,” Micki’s first love song flute CD written about his trails, hopes, and loves through his travels on his Native American Flutes and “Sedona Free,” written about the “sacred spiritual red earth” and Native American ancestors/people of Sedona, Arizona.
A magical recording of Sedona’s heartfelt aura and vortex…the big skies, and its monsoon winds…the animals and hauntingly beautiful sounds, “Comanche” is dedicated to his family and the Comanche people.
Single Tickets are General Admission, first-come first served (open seating).