Yvonne St. Germaine

Based In: Saskatoon, SK

Yvonne St. Germaine is a prolific, Metis singer, songwriter, recording artist, and speaker. She won Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards for her 1st CD On My Way To Heaven in 2007, her next CD The Hand Of Jesus in 2008, and then on November 6 of 2009 she won her third Aboriginal Peoples Choice Award for her CD Turning My Day Around.  In 2009 she was also nominated for a Nammy Award for her CD The Hand Of Jesus. She is a 2009 Winner of the Prestigious Silver Arrow Award and she opened for country music recording artist Julian Austin in August 2009.

Artist: Yvonne St. Germaine

APCMA 2012 Award Winners: Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

The 2012 APCMAs—the 7th annual Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards—took place November 1st and 2nd in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Two nights of celebrating Indigenous music, one long list of winners! Here is a complete list of the 2012 APCMA award winners. …read more »

APCMA Nominees 2012

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 »

2011 NAMMY Award Winners: Native American Music Award Winners Announced

The 2011 Native American Music Awards were held October 7, 2011 in Niagara Falls, New York. The event brought together the biggest names in Indigenous music to celebrate the fantastic diversity of music being made in Indian Country.
Here is a complete list of the 2011 NAMMY award winners:
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2011 NAMMY Nominees Announced

The Native American Music Awards have just announced the nominees for their 32 music categories.
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APCMA 2011 Nominees – Aboriginal Female Entertainer of the Year

This week we take a look at the 2011 Aboriginal People’s Choice Awards nominees for Aboriginal Female Entertainer of the Year with an RPM YouTube playlist.
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2011 APCMA Nominees Announced

After the first round of voting, the Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards have announced the official nominees today.
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