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Tracy Bone

Based In: Winnipeg, MB

“Woman Of Red” is an empowering anthem and the title track that encourages forgiveness and healing after the Residential/Boarding School plague that swept across our Red Nation. Tracy Bone walks with courage and shares the stories to bring us all freedom and the knowledge to pass onto our children and generations to come. Tracy also performs with her partner JC Campbell.

Artist: Tracy Bone

Black Hills Unity Concert 2016 Honours All That is Sacred

After broken treaties and years of injustice, people are coming together in Unity to take stand for the return of the Black Hills to the Lakota Tribes. Join the movement for The Black Hills Unity Concert on September 9-11 in South Dakota.
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Aboriginal Music Week 2016 Announces Full Festival Lineup and Performance Schedule

Aboriginal Music Manitoba have announced the full lineup and performance schedule for Aboriginal Music Week 2016. The eighth edition of the festival runs August 9-13 and includes performances by 27 Indigenous acts from across Turtle Island, South America, and Australia.
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Native American Music Awards 2014 Winners

The 15th Annual Native American Music Awards were held November 14th at the Seneca Allegany Events Center. Here is the complete list of this year’s winners. …read more »

RPM Highlights from the 2011 APCMAs and Aboriginal Music Week

Aboriginal Music Week (AMW) and the APCMAs (Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards) are two of the biggest Indigenous music events on Turtle Island – musicians, fans and industry alike travel to Winnipeg every November for the shows, the awards and the schmooze. This year I was finally able to attend for the first time. …read more »

Manito Ahbee Festival 2011: Aboriginal Music Week Schedule and Lineup

It’s here again – Aboriginal Music Week! Indigenous artists, music fans and industry are flocking to Winnipeg, Manitoba, this week for one of the largest Indigenous music festivals on Turtle Island. …read more »

Indigenous Live Music Picks: Sep. 28-Oct. 2 2011

The Northern Navajo Fair hits its 100th year, A Tribe Called Two Toes tour makes its final stop, Aboriginal Music Week gives us a preview of this year’s lineup and more in RPM’s Indigenous live music picks for the weekend. …read more »