Navajo Flutist, Jonah Littlesunday, from Grey Mountain, Arizona on the Navajo Reservation is an artist under Canyon Records. A premier label housing over 30 Grammy and dozens of Indigenous tribal music award winners from Tribal Nations all around North America. Canyon Records is the oldest largest independent label in the world producing and preserving Native American Music since 1951. After Jonah’s 2015 NBC America’s Got Talent Audition, he joined Canyon Records line-up by being introduced and endorsed by Canyon artist, 7-time Grammy/ 3-time double platinum artist, R.Carlos Nakai. Jonah’s debut album “Gratitude” and 1st Compilation “One World Many Voices” has made the 2018 1st Ballot of the Grammys and received nominations in 3 categories in the Native American Music Awards: Flutist of the Year, Album of the Year and Best Male Artist of the Year. His performances are compiled in flute music, storytelling and comedy in many world renowned venues. Such as large museums like the Heard Museum in Phoenix, AZ to many National State Parks from the Grand Canyon to Nebraska. From Casinos, Large Powwows, Children’s Hospitals, Center for the Arts, College Stadiums, Malls, Native Tribal Centers, Large Art Markets, Fairs, museums, Symphony Orchestras: Jonah has brought his music to many stages. In August 2018, he made world news by performing live for the family of the late Senator John McCain, at his funeral. A world wide audience saw his performance on CNN, BBC, Headline News, NBC, CBS, ABC and was replayed on NBC Nightly News, Good Morning America and many state news networks.
Jonah is currently in his 2019 Nationwide Tour, coming from a summer concert series at the Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota, Chicago and Indianapolis. Stopping in Traverse City, Michigan then onto Ohio and another series of concerts in New England in August and onto Tennessee, Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, Albuquerque, Utah. And more concert series in the Northwest.