Musician. Flute player. Actor. Producer.
Born in Missoula, and growing up on the Blackfeet reservation in Browning, MT riding horses, swimming in the clear glacier water, Teague Goodvoice draws some of his inspiration from his traditional Pikuni (Blackfeet) upbringing on the Rez. The rest of his inspiration comes from performing in Europe dancing and sharing his culture in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, Scotland, and Ireland. He picked up the flute in May 2020 and started his musical journey downtown Missoula playing outside by himself or with other musicians of any genre. This has led him to acting, producing in movies as well as Composing music for film. His music is described as etherial, soulful, and his connection from his heart through his flute is felt in the listeners soul.
This song is about a horse I once owned in France. I was told his name is Meil, but soon as I seen him I named him "Pretty Boy". He had an amazing life but he was always cooped up in small stalls or small fields. I always wished he was able to come to America and be free. To run in the Mountains and fields on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana. Playing with the other horses with with wind and rain on his face, and thunder in his ears. Neighing, bucking around, and playing with the other horses. To be free, this is what I am thinking when I made this song and what I imagine when I am playing this song.