Crazy Flute is a musical fusion group made up of Jack Flute Holland and Keith Professor Talley, two high school best friends who share a life long love of music. We formed in 2015. Our musical style is a blending of world tribal rhythm and North American Native flutes to create a unique sound and listening experience. Our First CD Echoes from the Mountain was nominated for the Native American Music Awards for Best Debut Group of 2017 !! We released our second CD Tribal Groove in Dec of 2017. We perform as street musicians around the Chattanooga tn area through an organization called SoundCorps. We hope you enjoy what we have to offer. Take a listen to our music, watch our videos !!! Thank you for your time and for visiting our page. Since the release of Tribal Groove, Crazy Flute has earned Nominations at the Josie Music Awards, The Indian Summer Music Awards and The Native American Music Awards for the second year in a row. We brought home the award for Best Contemporary/modern song at the Indian Summer Music Awards the first weekend in Sept 2018 !!! We are currently in the studio working on our 3rd release which is due out in Dec 2018.
Jack Flute Holland : vocals, Flutes and percussion
Flute has been playing the Native American Flute for 25 years and Djembe/Doumbek for 15 years. He has played all over the united states and in the country of Peru with the band Perusa. Flute began collaborating with his long time friend Keith Talley in 2015 to create the group Crazy Flute. Flutes musical influences are Carlos Nakai, Mary Youngblood, Rona Yellow Robe, Tom Minton, Mark Holland, Kitaro, Enya and Yanni.
Keith Professor Talley : Flutes and Percussion
Keith Professor Talley makes up the other half of the duo known as Crazy Flute. Professor has been playing Flute and drums for 15 years. He is a lover of music as well as a student of music. He brings technical skills and music theory to the table when creating new songs with Jack Flute Holland for the group. Musical influences include David Arkenstone, Kitaro, Loreena McKennitt and Carlos Nakai.