✌ ♫ Please check out my newest compositions. Happy Tribe now offers over 40 original titles. ♫ If it speaks to you, hit the shopping cart. You can now purchase your favorite Happy Tribe downloads via the Reverbnationation widget on our music page ✌ Proceeds benefit my struggle with spinal myelopathy ✌ My neighbor said he saw my dog while he was riding his bike. I told him that was ridiculous; my dog doesn't even own a bike. ┌( ಠ_ಠ)┘ ... Be mindful of your breath and your choices.... Something deep within you is listening. ♥ If you are interested in training or presentation, whether for recital or business, I can help you. Please inquire. ✌ “Don’t let us forget that the causes of human actions are usually immeasurably more complex and varied than our subsequent explanations of them.” ― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Idiot ♥ ✌ Hear our latest compositions on our music page ✌ ..... ✌ Everyone knows spray tans and Tang come from the same stem cells as Cheetos, so why does Wikipedia keep deleting my edits? ¯\(°_o)/¯ ... see our links page for more info and don't forget to like us on Facebook and follow Happy on Twitter ♥℘.s. Æ ℓ٥ﻻ ﻉ√٥υ♥ Happy Tribe is currently accepting proposals for new art and music ✌ Happy Tribe Art and Music, Houston, Texas, USA ♪♫ okie dokey cow pokey ♫ ♬ ♪ ♩ ♪ ... Love ♥ and Light ☀

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Happy Tribe

Art and Music

 John “Happy” Valentine Born: 1957 Knoxville, Tennessee.

Resides: Houston, Texas.

Bachelor of Music, Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, Texas, 1998.

Studied Kodály materials at Texas State University
San Marcos Texas, 2004.

Gallery Exhibitions The Big Show 2013, Lawndale Art Center, Houston. Salon des Refusés 2013, BLUEorange Gallery, Houston.
Texas State University, 2013, San Marcos, Texas.

Member Lawndale Art Center

Happy's journey as a musician, artist, and teacher started at San Jacinto College  in the late 70s. He, later, studied at Sam Houston State as a chorister and conductor and finished his undergrad work at A&M in Corpus Christi where he worked at the Center for the Arts doing everything from tending kilns to preparing for concerts and theatrical productions. His responsibilities included stage work and recording monthly NPR performances After graduating, he returned to Pasadena and directed the Southmore Orchestra program for three years. His last teaching position spanned seven years as the director of music at Edison Middle School located in Houston's historic east end. During that time, he studied Kodaly materials at Texas State University. He has frequently been immersed in a broad range of diverse experiences in the arts.  He has an appreciation for a wide variety of arts and media.  Currently, he composes, records,  and sells his improvisations and art on this site. 

Happy Tribe is currently accepting proposals for new work.