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Ashley Robertson

Born and raised in Winnipeg, educated at Belmont University in Nashville and touring internationally, singer-songwriter Ashley Robertson is a hard working artist with an impressive amount of acclaim for her brand of genre-bending country music....

Astronomar

"Dopest Alaskan since Santa Claus or Grizzlyman!" - DiploAstronomar has been a stalwart in the US club scene for many years lending his production efforts to labels like Mad Decent, Fools Gold, OWSLA, Dim Mak, Slow Roast, BNR Trax,...

​Billy Simard

Billy Simard is a singer/songwriter from Manigotagan. He has been involved in music from a very early age surrounded by the influences of a musical family. He has had many songs recorded by various artists over the years. Some of his...

Bob Chartrand

Bob Chartrand

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Boogat

Boogat is a brilliant latin american vocalist who constantly reinvents himself with his prolific discography and a unique artistic approach. He has opened for Nortec Collective, Quantic, Gilles Peterson and Chromeo between others. Boogat’s...

​Boogey The Beat

Boogey The Beat, born Les Boulanger, is an Anishinaabe DJ and music producer who got his start making beats for local rappers Wab Kinew, Leonard Sumner, Young Kidd, Drezus, and Winnipeg's Most. In the past couple of years, he's branched out on his...

Buffalo Gals

Buffalo Gals

David Morin

With his self released debut album, Every Colour, out on Bombay Records, David Morin plays gigs around the world accompanied by a live band. Yet the humble neo-soul singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist still chooses to busk regularly on...

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Digging Roots

Digging Roots… for the last few years the JUNO winning genre-blurring indy band from the Toronto area have been touring North America and Europe. Recently back from a two month Australian tour musical partners Raven and ShoShona have been...

Double The Trouble

Luc and Aidan Wrigley are 12 year old identical twin fiddlers. Backed by their dad on guitar, they perform traditional Metis Fiddle music along with some of their favorite contemporary songs by groups such as the Duhks, Bedouin...

Eekwol

Eekwol is an award winning hip hop emcee from Cree Territory in Saskatchewan and a member of Muskoday First Nation. For Eekwol, creation brings growth in all aspects of life. With the birth of her son comes the birth of a new style of music. As a...

Four Sacred Winds

Four Sacred Winds

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Frank Yamma

The man Everbody's Talking about in the world music scene globally is Indigenous soulster Frank Yamma, the voice of Australia’s Central Desert. An initiated Pitjantjatjara man, Frank sings in his native Indigenous language and in English....

Jade Turner

Since her win of the nationally broadcasted NCI Jam in 2009, Jade has debuted her first album and also finished her red seal in industrial mechanics (millwright). Her debut album, "Thanks to You" has been nominated "Best New Artist" and...

Kristi Lane Sinclair

Fierce and feisty, Haida/Cree singer-songwriter Kristi Lane Sinclair is emblematic of a new wave of Canadian indigenous artists who are turning perceptions upside down. Raised in British Columbia’s backwaters, and drawing more from a DIY/indie...

Leonard Sumner

Leonard Sumner is storytelling songwriter who blends the Anishinaabe experience and language with the introspection of country music and the bravado of hip hop. He’s a solid bandleader, but he gets the best response from audiences when it’s...

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Mary Mahler

Inspiration and hope are a driving force behind the lyrics and melody of her own music and she hopes to encourage artists of all ages to embrace their dreams, believe in themselves and cherish their gifts.Mary’s faith and...

Ray St. Germain

Born in 1940, Ray St. Germain started playing music and singing while growing up in St. Vital, a suburb in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He started out on accordion but switched over to guitar as a teenager because it looked a little silly jumping all...

Renee Lamoureux

Award winning singer songwriter Renée Lamoureux's new record Dare to be You produced by Murray Pulver is an album with big ambition; designed to uplift and amplify the spark of life.  Renée’s anthemic, heartening tunes assert exuberance;...

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Rhonda Head

Rhonda Head is from the Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Manitoba. Rhonda recently performed the first song 500 Years which she wrote and composed with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra at the Indigenous Sounds concert at Club Regent Event Centre on June 22....

​Rylee Sandberg

Rylee Sandberg is a 6 year old Anishinabe, Cree and Metis hoop dancer living in Winnipeg. She is now in grade 2 and loves school, and has been hoop dancing since her 4th birthday where she was given a set of 7 hoops by a family friend. She had been...

Shanley Spence

My name is Shanley Spence, I am twenty three years of age and an enthusiast of many things including, writing, travelling, creating and listening to music, performing both the fancy shawl dance and the traditional indigenous hoop dance,...

Tracy Bone

Tracy Bone is a multi-award winning singer/songwriter from the Keeseekoowenin Ojibway First Nation in southwestern Manitoba. Her first album, entitled No Lies, earned her a Songwriter of the Year trophy at the 2009 Aboriginal Peoples...

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