Arlette Alcock is an award winning Métis singer/songwriter (a descendant of the Blackfoot and the Little Black Bear tribes) who creates powerful songs inspired by her heritage as well as the social, environmental and political climate that affects us all. Her two albums are played on CBC National Radio, APTN’s Beyond Words,Northern Native Broadcasting and Radio Crystal Blue New York. Arlette won Songwriter of the Year at the 2008 Native E Music Awards, was selected as a nominee for the Independent Singer/Songwriters Award Contest (2009) and as a Honor Award winner at the 10th Annual Great American Song Contest. In 2010 she was named as Artist of the Month by the Indigenous Internet Chamber of Commerce and was a feature performer at the Night Hawk Aboriginal Music Festival, as well as the Celebration Metis, International Aboriginal Day, Missing Women’s March and Oppenhiemer Park Christmas Celebration in Vancouver.
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