Listen to the Wind
Coyo: Acoustic-Indigenous-Beat for a New Age. Coyo-Means many things, coyote, ka-o-tay- our music is dedicated to the natural world and embraces the common ground we all share as human beings. 'LISTEN TO THE WIND' turns an ear to the wonders of this world. From deep within our hearts there beats a rhythm harmonious with the heart of all things.Each song a story, sometimes like a delicate breeze,softly touching the skin (a gift) can you hear that small voice? Come,once again to this miraculous place - Sing with the coyotes - Soar with the Eagles and the Hawks - Dance naked through the junipers-YOUR SPIRIT IS FREE-Listen to the wind. Coyo is home in the high desert of Central Oregon and is composed of Ron Laws: wood flutes, bamboo and clay whistles,Tim Moore: acoustic guitars and mandolin, Dale Largent: hand drums. Together they create an eclectic sound drawing from indigenous sources that will have you spirited away to a land of rhythms and harmonies of the natural world. Ron Laws - Ron began studying and playing music 48 years ago in the valleys and mountains of Oregon. He focuses his creative energies - life energies - into beautiful wooden flutes to honor the natural world with music. Ron is known for his provocative and spirit-filled melodies pierce the sound with an infusion of the natural world. Tim Moore - Tim's guitar career has centered around rock, jazz and folk. After years of study, Tim expanded his skills into the indiginous realm, Approaching the guitar as a percussion instrument. His style invites all to be in the moment - to be in the flow. Dale Largent - Grade school introduced Dale to percussion 30 years ago. He has been drumming ever since. When Dale discovered hand drums he experienced the true voice of drums, the true wonder of a stretched hide, and the true honor of rhythm. Dale brings the mystical experiences of rhythms to those seeking joy, peace and dance.