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Maurice Davis - Musician helping Missing Children

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“Missing children” song artist Maurice Davis (an alleged abducted child and a descendant of Geronimo) did not know why he was compelled to write a song entitled "Missing Children," after watching a late-night episode of Oprah. The episode, which displayed information of a missing child, prompted Davis to work until the early hours finishing the song. -- After writing "Missing Children," which Infidel Records, Davis’ record label produced, Davis received a phone call from Joseph Suarez, a Native American father he had never met. -- According to Suarez and others in the family, Davis was a missing child. In addition, birth records provided by the Suarez family indicated Davis and his brothers were Apache and distant relatives to Geronimo. -- Davis discovered that as an infant, their mother had allegedly abducted he and his two older brothers. She then gave the sons up for adoption. Their father, paternal grandmother and other family members had been looking for the missing boys for over 24 years. -- Since that time Davis has worked to create beautiful music. -- JOIN US TONIGHT FOR GREAT CONVERSATION - SOME GREAT MUSIC AND AN ALL AROUND GREAT TIME - FOLLOW THE NATIVE TRAILBLAZERS BLOGTALK RADIO SHOW ON TWITTER - @NATIVETRAILBLAZ ---- SEND AN EMAIL - NATIVETRAILBLAZERS@GMAIL.COM ---- Call-in Number: (646) 381-4981 NATIVE TRAILBLAZERS RADIO - FRIDAYS AT 7PM EST

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