Burnstick, Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat for sākihiwē music Thursdays
Folk music duo Burnstick and round dance singers Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat have video premieres for sākihiwē music Thursdays scheduled for release in September.
Each video will hit the sākihiwē festival's YouTube channel and Facebook page at 12:00 pm CT with the first performance set for September 15.
Burnstick is folk music that’s brimming with the kind of chemistry that could only come from a husband and wife. Jason, a Plains-Cree guitarist, and Nadia, a Francophone-Métis singer-songwriter, create the award-winning duo: Burnstick. Two performers whose voices and languages blend together with ease, Burnstick pushes the boundaries of contemporary folk music, weaving together the unique sounds of vintage Weissenborns with intriguing vocal harmonies, while allowing the beauty of simple melodies to shine through.
• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1kIZKgd0f8vRNSQo...
• Instagram (Jason): https://www.instagram.com/jason_burnstick
• Instagram (Nadia): https://www.instagram.com/nadiaburnstick
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/burnstickmusic
• Twitter: https://twitter.com/burnstickmusic
• Website: https://www.burnstickduo.com
About Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat
Powwow and round dance singers Fawn Wood and Dallas Waskahat are a mom and pop duo best known for Wood's JUNO Award in the Traditional Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year category; their community building through the Virtual Rounddance; their powwow trail travels with the Cree Confederation drum group; and their language revitalization work with the Cree Chatter Hour.
• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MIZZWOOD
• Instagram (Fawn): https://www.instagram.com/fawnwood
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CreeConfederation
• Facebook (Virtual Rounddance): https://www.facebook.com/virtualrounddance
• TikTok (Fawn): https://email@example.com
• TikTok (Dallas): https://firstname.lastname@example.org
Aboriginal Music Manitoba (AMM) acknowledges the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council, and the Winnipeg Arts Council for their financial support of the sākihiwē festival's outreach programming.