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Visit James' YouTube channel for songs on video, book-readings and more.

  

Read more about ReVisions.     Order the new book on Amazon.

See Golden Eagle, a Netive American Slideshow
This YouTube video of my song Golden Eagle was created by friend Chris Turner
in Australia. I believe he is using circa 1900 prints of the renowned photographer
Edward S. Curtis. A beautiful merging of song and image.

As artists and musical messengers have been challenged in recent years, and the current pandemic
has further restricted many of us from even modestly benefitting from our creative pursuits, I thought
I would reach out. If you believe in the work that I do, in being a messenger through story and song,
you now have an opportunity to support this continued journey. If this resonates and spirit moves you,
a donation can be easily made. However small, your donation will be received with humility and gratitude,
and used to deliver love, light and healing to others.



James sings Seeds of Light at Unity Church of Greater Hartford - November 30, 2008. See the video!

Download Words and Chords to James' songs Golden Eagle and Seeds of Light:    Golden Eagle    Seeds of Light

Buy Now!   The anthem "Seeds of Light" is the title feature of the Unity Church songbook
and "I See the Light in Everything" was recently awarded the 1st Place Peoples Choice
Award as a world peace song. The CD also presents ten other inspired songs including
"Dragonfly", "Beth Brown's Last Agreement", "Samasara" and "Love is a Gift". Instruments
include sitar, hammered dulcimer, gemshorn and Native American flute.

Read James' notes, view the lyrics and reviews.
   Order by check or credit card..
To download songs from this and other James Nihan CD's go to - Amazon.com -




Artwork for sale! This unique "Hermitage" woodburning is on an historic 5' piece
of shagbark hickory, presumed to have been planted beside Andrew Jackson's tomb by
his son circa 1850. To see this and other James Nihan woodburnings that are available
click here.




"It is never too late to be what you might have been." - George Eliot


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