Mary Youngblood is a Native American descendant h(alf-Aleut/half-Seminole) and musician who plays the Native American flute.
She has been awarded three Native American Music Awards, being the first female artist to win “Flutist of the Year,” which she won in both 1999 and 2000, as well as winning “Best Female Artist” in 2000. She is also the first Native American descendant woman to have received a Grammy Award for “Best Native American Music Album”, and the first Native American descendant woman to have won two Grammys, the first for Beneath the Raven Moon in 2002 and Dance with the Wind in 2006.
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