Jesse Kalu came from the Marianas Islands in the South Pacific and discovered that his people had much in common with the Native Americans. Spirit led him to make his flutes and taught him to play them. His faith and his music are quite extraordinary. Locally, he is known for his ability to imitate bird calls with his instruments (and sometimes without them). Now he travels with his flutes and tells his story in many places. In 1996 he produced his first CD, One In Spirit. Listen to one of the tracks from that CD below.
Peter Sterling’s career as a recording artist began in 1994 with his first album, Harp Magic, released on the World Disc label. Success came almost immediately as the recording was nominated for the Best Instrumental Album award by NAIRD (now A2IM), an organization for independent musicians. His acclaim continued and grew exponentially in the 2000s with multiple nominations from the prestigious website New Age Reporter/Zone Music Reporter, including several nominations for Album of the Year. His albums consistently charted high up in their top 100, including grabbing the #1 spot for his 2013 release, Twilight Serenade. While his recent works are released on his own Harp Magic label (including his 2018 album, Magic Kingdom), Real Music, one of the giants of new age music, released his Shadow, Mist and Light album in 2005. His most recent recognition came in 2017 when he shared the Hollywood Music and Media Award for Best New Age song.