An RPM YouTube Playlist of the APMCA 2012 nominees for Aboriginal Female Entertainer Of The Year. Hoka. …read more »
A Swampy Cree, Phyllis Sinclair was born on the west coast of the Hudson Bay in the northern seaport town of Churchill, Manitoba. Winner of the 2011 Canadian Aboriginal Music Award for Best Folk Album, Sinclair’s blend of folk, pop and country draws on a culmination of creativity, struggle and culture, creating a sound and delivery that is both rich and compassionate.
At a press conference in Winnipeg this morning, the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Award nominees were announced. Read the full list of nominees here. …read more »
The 13th Annual Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (CAMAs) celebrated the best in Indigenous music last weekend in Toronto and we have a list of winners.
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The Canadian Aboriginal Festival has announced the nominees for the 2011 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards – aka the CAMAS. …read more »
Great songwriting often comes from great experiences and Phyllis Sinclair has been on a remarkable journey. From the northern seaport town of Churchfill to Winnipeg’s inner city, Phyllis was raised by her Cree mother and grandmother – short on wealth but rich in love and laughter. …read more »