First Nations Music Tour

 

A First Nations Music Tour Attracted Music Lovers From Across The Reserve To The Moses Lake Gym, Last Wednesday. Fans Who Came Out Were Treated To An All-Out Music Fest Of Rock, Drum, Rap And Country Music With Acts Like JPB, Johnny Rains, Olivia And Lance Tail Feathers, Kainai Boyz, Ronald Bull Calf And Carl Brave Rock. Tour Manager Denis Grady Who Hails From Calgary And Is A Part Of The First Nations Music Project, Is Helping To Promote Artists From Piikani, Siksika, Tsuu T’ina, And Kainai. The Project States That “Music Is Medicine – We Believe That Music Is A Gift With The Power To Heal And Restore”. Local Tour Promoters Richard And Glenda Red Crow Helped Organized The Event That Saw Travelling Intertribal Artists Like Third Generation, Waddell Smith And White Elk.

A Free Grant Writing Workshop Will Be Held At The First Nations Music Conference, Saturday Feb. 29th In Calgary, AB. Those Who Take In The Event Will Be Given The Tools To Apply For A $15,000 Grant To Help Develop Their Portfolio, Links To The Music Industry And Paid Gigs. All Interested Blood Tribe Musicians Are Encouraged To Attend And To Contact Denis Grady At 403-397-1947 And Richard Red Crow At 403-635-2836 For More Information. Workshop Starts At 8:30 On Saturday, February 29th At The Faith Lutheran Church 1903-19 Ave. NW.

 

Kainai Boyz
Waddell Smith - Siksika
Kyresse Mountain Horse - Kainai
Ronald Bull Calf - Kainai
Johnny Rains - Kainai
Lance Tail Feathers - Kainai
Third Generation - Siksika Nation

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