'David Hudson' (HonDUniv) is an Australian Aboriginal musician, entertainer, artist,. He is a descendant of the Ewamian/Western Yalanji of Cairns, Queensland. Hudson is a multi-instrumentalist and was taught to play traditional didgeridoo from an early age. He also plays guitar, kit drums, percussion. He plays traditional music, as well as more ambient music, country, rock, and new age. On March 26th 2014 David was recently given an 'Honorary Doctorate' from the James Cook University Cairns Qld Australia for his Outstanding service distinguished public contribution to the Queensland community. Exceptional service to the University through his willingness to assist students and researchers to obtain and interpret cultural knowledge and Exceptional contributions beyond expectations of his field of endeavour, as a role model who has influenced the thinking and general well-being of humanity.2013 David consulted for Dreamworld on the Gold Coast as Cultural advisor, choreographer and script writer.1997-2012 David was General Manager of Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park.In 2001 he collaborated with Russ Landau to produce the soundtrack for the second season of Survivor, Survivor: The Australian Outback. Hudson was a dancer/performer and toured with Yanni from 1996 to 2005 Tribute and 2005 Yanni Live! world tours, and appears in the live concert films Ethnicity, and Yanni Live! The Concert Event.Hudson has also worked on the film The Island of Dr Moreau and played the Bisonman. He worked with Marlon Brando, Val Kilmer, David Thewlis, Neil Young, and Temuera Morrison from NZ.David continues to undertake motivational speaking, cultural workshops, original paintings and making customised didgeridoo's.