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Playlist of Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

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  • BODM Perform Live Speakers of Tomorrow at the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

    4:32

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) Perform Live Speakers of Tomorrow at the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

    This electrifying act incorporates traditional rock with an NDN edge. As native musicians and songwriters, the songs the group create are deeply expressive, explosive, and emotion--wrenching, at times incorporating chants and lyrics inspired by their Native grassroots.

    Their single Speakers of Tomorrow encapsulates their unique sound. A pithy, inspiring sing-along rock tune, it also carries a strong message, posing the question to all generations: Who'll be the Elders of Tomorrow? Their second single How Long shows their pure rock alternative side as a full sounding melody with deep beats and chromatic vocals.

    B.O.D.M would like to Thank all fans, supporters, and all of the Speakers of Tomorrow.

    BODM is: Donovan Mojopin, Killah Green, Leroy Constant, Michel Bruyere

    BODM/StrongFront Records
    P.O. Box 2522
    Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4A7

    Office: (204) 772-6500
    Toll Free: 1 (888) 892-8915
    Fax: 1 (888) 607-9044
    E-Mail: bodmrocks@gmail.com
    Web:


    Awards & Nominations:

    - Winners of Best New Artist 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    - Winners of Most Outstanding Manitoban 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    - Winners of Best Rock Album 2011 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    - Nominated for Aboriginal Album of the Year at the 2012 Juno Awards


    Recent Features & Interviews (Since release of their 1st album in September 2011):

    - Power 97's Band of the Month for March 2012
    - Arbor Live Season 3, Live Television Taping, November 2011
    - Interview by Brian Cook on NCI-FM, February 10/12

    Discography

    - Speakers of Tomorrow Album -- Released September 2011
    - Single Speakers of Tomorrow featured on CD Manitoba Aboriginal Artists Volume 5, 2011

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  • BODM Accepting Best New Artist Award at the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

    3:10

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) Accepting Best New Artist Award at the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

    This electrifying act incorporates traditional rock with an NDN edge. As native musicians and songwriters, the songs the group create are deeply expressive, explosive, and emotion--wrenching, at times incorporating chants and lyrics inspired by their Native grassroots.

    Their single Speakers of Tomorrow encapsulates their unique sound. A pithy, inspiring sing-along rock tune, it also carries a strong message, posing the question to all generations: Who'll be the Elders of Tomorrow? Their second single How Long shows their pure rock alternative side as a full sounding melody with deep beats and chromatic vocals.

    B.O.D.M would like to Thank all fans, supporters, and all of the Speakers of Tomorrow.

    BODM is: Donovan Mojopin, Killah Green, Leroy Constant, Michel Bruyere

    BODM/StrongFront Records
    P.O. Box 2522
    Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4A7

    Office: (204) 772-6500
    Toll Free: 1 (888) 892-8915
    Fax: 1 (888) 607-9044
    E-Mail: bodmrocks@gmail.com
    Web:


    Awards & Nominations:

    - Winners of Best New Artist 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    - Winners of Most Outstanding Manitoban 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    - Winners of Best Rock Album 2011 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    - Nominated for Aboriginal Album of the Year at the 2012 Juno Awards


    Recent Features & Interviews (Since release of their 1st album in September 2011):

    - Power 97's Band of the Month for March 2012
    - Arbor Live Season 3, Live Television Taping, November 2011
    - Interview by Brian Cook on NCI-FM, February 10/12

    Discography

    - Speakers of Tomorrow Album -- Released September 2011
    - Single Speakers of Tomorrow featured on CD Manitoba Aboriginal Artists Volume 5, 2011

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  • Pappy Johns Band at Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

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    Pappy Johns Band performing at First Night at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in Winnipeg Manitoba on Nov. 4, 2010. Video taken by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

  • NAMA 15 Native American Music Awards Sizzle Reel

    1:03

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  • GEORGE LEACH at the Manito Ahbee Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards 2013

    3:20

    George won several awards last night and did a fabulous performance from his new album SURRENDER, Carry Me. His album was top 2nd in the top ten new albums

  • AMP SESSIONS Desiree Dorion | Call Me Crazy

    4:16

    With wins at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Native American Music Awards, and Indian Summer Music Awards, it’s safe to say that Dauphin, Manitoba’s Desiree Dorion knows how to craft quality country songs. Her latest release, entitled Small Town Stories, also earned Dorion nominations for the JUNO Awards and the Western Canadian Music Awards. The album features 10 songs that the mother of two put together with award-winning producer Arun Chaturvedi.

    AMP Sessions is a series of live performance videos presented by Manitoba Music featuring new music from First Nation, Métis, and Inuit recording artists from Manitoba, filmed at Winnipeg's Bedside Studios. See all the videos at

    Executive Producer: Manitoba Music
    Producer/Director: Chris Gaudry
    Associate Producer: Alan Greyeyes
    Audio Engineer: Len Milne
    Audio Mixer: Cam Loeppky
    Steadicam/D.O.P.: Keith Eidse
    Audio Assistant: Ethan Osland

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  • Bruthers of Different Muthers - Bows & Arrows Live

    7:52

    Bruthers of Different Muthers performing Bows & Arrows Live (C) 2012 BODM/StrongFront Records.

    PRESS RELEASE
    February 15/12

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) RECEIVE JUNO 2012 NOD

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) spent over a year creating their debut album, Speakers of Tomorrow, released in 2011. As self-published songwriters & musicians, having no label, agent or manager backing them, it was some years before they decided to go it alone and release & promote the album. And their hard work as independent artists has already started to pay-off.

    Since the release of their debut album in 2011, these talented artists have already received music accolades, including:
    • Best Rock CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in November of 2011; and
    • JUNO Nomination in February of 2012 in the Aboriginal Album category.

    The Aboriginal grassroots fan base across Canada gave BODM their first award, and the fans continue to throw their support to the Bruthers, propelling their single Speakers of Tomorrow to No. 1 on the National Aboriginal Music Countdown (NAMC) on February 11, 2012, shortly after their JUNO nomination. The band's second single How Long it also starting to get airtime plays too.

    BODM's upcoming show at JUNOFEST in Ottawa alongside other JUNO nominees will be another quantum leap on the music scene; it will be BODM's first chance to reach a broader listening audience and establish themselves as a multidimensional rock band with widespread music listening and market appeal.

    During an interview with the Bruthers, Brian Cook (NCI Spirit of Manitoba 105.5 Hot Country and More) had this to say following BODM's JUNO nomination:

    BODM's music transcends genres, can appeal to many people, SPEAKS to people, and is simply music for PEOPLE, because the music is just plain SOLID. In his opinion, BODM's album is a straight-up quality rock-recording period! It also happens to spread a positive message about having a VOICE and using it as SPEAKERS OF TOMORROW.

    A whirlwind of wider interest from the music industry and media continues to build around BODM and the Bruthers have already done multiple radio, magazine and television interviews. Through this entire flurry BODM is also in the studio writing and recording their second album, energized by the support they have received from fans & peers.

    The Bruthers:

    Donovan Mojopin: Lead vocals, guitarist, songwriter & composer
    Michel Bruyere: Drummer, songwriter & composer, vocals
    Leroy Constant: Bassist & composer, vocals
    Killah Green: Guitarist & composer


    Awards:

    • Best Rock CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in November of 2011; and
    • JUNO Nomination in February of 2012


    Recent Features & Interviews (since release of their 1st album in 2011):

    • Arbor Live Season 3 on APTN
    • Single Speakers of Tomorrow featured on CD Manitoba Aboriginal Artists Volume 5.
    • Interview by Brian Cook on NCI February 10th 2012
    • Interview by Shaw Media March 20/12


    BODM/StrongFront Records
    P.O. BOX 2522
    Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4A7

    Ph: 1 (613) 406-5995
    Toll Free: 1 (888) 892-8915
    Fax: 1 (888) 607-9044
    E-Mail: bodmrocks@gmail.com
    Web:

  • 2009 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards - Tracy Bone

    1:45

    view from Sect.B Row 14, Seat 34...acceptance of Songwriter of the Year award.

  • Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music awards

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    cool private box

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  • Winnipegs Most - Live at 2010 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards - Nov 5 2010

    7:52

    Winnipeg's Most Jon-C - Brooklyn - Charlie Fettah
    Live at Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    Music Awards Nov 5 2010

  • Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards Canada

    16:42

    Vlog - Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards - two days in Winnipeg. The Candy Show won an APCMA for Best Television Series. Thank you to all of you who voted. Thank you for watching, please subscribe and give the video thumbs up.

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  • Opening Ceremonies at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

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    This video clip includes the dancers from the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Nov. 5, 2010. Video by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

  • Picture This ~ Jazz at the APCMA ~ Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

    4:38

    APCMA ~ Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    Winnipeg Jazz Live at the APCMA

    Song: Picture This
    Nominated Jazz Album: Dear Leonardo
    Nominated Jazz Guitarist: Jeari Czapla

    Listen to the Studio Version.


    Historical Aboriginal Jazz Performance
    Jeari Czapla Performs Jazz at the APCMA [Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards].

    RBC Ohshkii Music Awards

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  • Shy-Anne performing at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

    1:01

    Shy-Anne performing at the First Night of the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Nov.4, 2010. Video by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

  • Black Rain performing at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

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    Black Rain performing at the First Night of the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Nov. 4 2010. Video by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

  • Jerry Sereda at Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards 2010

    1:28

    Jerry Sereda, First Nations country music artist, performing at the 2010 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards at the First Night event on Nov. 4. in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The video was taken by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

  • Shane Yellowbird performing at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

    1:00

    Shane Yellowbird performing at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in Winnipeg Manitoba on Nov 5 2010. Video by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

  • Colette Trudeau performing at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

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    Colette Trudeau performing at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Nov. 5, 2010. Video by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

  • Inez performing at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

    1:05

    Inez performing at the 2010 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Video by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

  • Digging Roots Performing at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards

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    Digging Roots performing at the First Night at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Nov. 4, 2010. Video clip by Josh Covill for Across Turtle Island.

    Jeny RunningBrook Covill
    Across Turtle Island
    c/o WhitefishRadio.Com

    Official Websites:
    ACROSS TURTLE ISLAND

    TWITTER

    YOUTUBE CHANNEL

    REVERBNATION

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  • 19th Annual Native American Music Awards

    4:13:26

    NAMALIVE NAMA19 19th Annual Native American Music Awards featuring 33 categories, Legend Award to Portugal the Man, Hall of Fame to Wes Studi, Thorpe Award to Mickie James plus performances by DJ Shub, Niagara River Iroquois Singers, Youth Nation Singers, Newtown Womens and Youth Singers, Jamie Coon, Joanne Shenandoah, Callie and Ellson Bennett, Innastate, Kelly Derrickson, The Ed Koban Group, Keith Secola and more.

    For More Information checkout:
    Watch the 2019 Red Carpet:
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  • Tracy Bone @ 2006 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards

    5:00

    Tracy Bone live at the 2006 Aboriginal People's Choice Awards Song: Games

  • Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards - Arvel Bird - Double Recipient

    4:30

    Arvel Bird wins 2 awards at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards on November 26, 2009 Best Producer/Engineer and Best Instrumental for Tribal Music Suite: Journey of a Paiute. Please forgive the screaming and exclamations on the audio, I was pretty excited!

  • Bruthers of Different Muthers - Speechless Live

    3:36

    Bruthers of Different Muthers performing Speechless Live (C) 2012 BODM/StrongFront Records.

    PRESS RELEASE
    February 15/12

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) RECEIVE JUNO 2012 NOD

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) spent over a year creating their debut album, Speakers of Tomorrow, released in 2011. As self-published songwriters & musicians, having no label, agent or manager backing them, it was some years before they decided to go it alone and release & promote the album. And their hard work as independent artists has already started to pay-off.

    Since the release of their debut album in 2011, these talented artists have already received music accolades, including:
    • Best Rock CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in November of 2011; and
    • JUNO Nomination in February of 2012 in the Aboriginal Album category.

    The Aboriginal grassroots fan base across Canada gave BODM their first award, and the fans continue to throw their support to the Bruthers, propelling their single Speakers of Tomorrow to No. 1 on the National Aboriginal Music Countdown (NAMC) on February 11, 2012, shortly after their JUNO nomination. The band's second single How Long it also starting to get airtime plays too.

    BODM's upcoming show at JUNOFEST in Ottawa alongside other JUNO nominees will be another quantum leap on the music scene; it will be BODM's first chance to reach a broader listening audience and establish themselves as a multidimensional rock band with widespread music listening and market appeal.

    During an interview with the Bruthers, Brian Cook (NCI Spirit of Manitoba 105.5 Hot Country and More) had this to say following BODM's JUNO nomination:

    BODM's music transcends genres, can appeal to many people, SPEAKS to people, and is simply music for PEOPLE, because the music is just plain SOLID. In his opinion, BODM's album is a straight-up quality rock-recording period! It also happens to spread a positive message about having a VOICE and using it as SPEAKERS OF TOMORROW.

    A whirlwind of wider interest from the music industry and media continues to build around BODM and the Bruthers have already done multiple radio, magazine and television interviews. Through this entire flurry BODM is also in the studio writing and recording their second album, energized by the support they have received from fans & peers.

    The Bruthers:

    Donovan Mojopin: Lead vocals, guitarist, songwriter & composer
    Michel Bruyere: Drummer, songwriter & composer, vocals
    Leroy Constant: Bassist & composer, vocals
    Killah Green: Guitarist & composer


    Awards:

    • Best Rock CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in November of 2011; and
    • JUNO Nomination in February of 2012


    Recent Features & Interviews (since release of their 1st album in 2011):

    • Arbor Live Season 3 on APTN
    • Single Speakers of Tomorrow featured on CD Manitoba Aboriginal Artists Volume 5.
    • Interview by Brian Cook on NCI February 10th 2012
    • Interview by Shaw Media March 20/12


    BODM/StrongFront Records
    P.O. BOX 2522
    Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4A7

    Ph: 1 (613) 406-5995
    Toll Free: 1 (888) 892-8915
    Fax: 1 (888) 607-9044
    E-Mail: bodmrocks@gmail.com
    Web:

  • Native American Music Awards - NAMALIVE 19

    2:19:51

    Native American Music NAMA Nammys Music Awards
    Commemorating National Native American Heritage Month, the 19th Annual Native American Music Awards (NAMA) was held on Saturday, November 2nd in front of a sold out audience at the Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino in Niagara Falls, New York. It was a gala event that celebrated and honored Native America's newest and brightest entertainers in the field of music.

    Ambitious and impressive music recordings were honored and recognized for their excellence in traditional and contemporary music genres in a total of 38 awards presented throughout the evening with winners determined by a national voting campaign.

    The Awards show, hosted by WWE's Mickie James and Academy Award honoree, Wes Studi, featured performances by Newtown Women and Youth Singers, The Niagara River Iroquois Dancers and Singers, drum group Young Nation Singers the innovator of Pow Wow Step, DJ Shub, Callie Bennet, Soul pop artist Jamie Coon, Joanne Shenandoah, Innastate, Kelly Derrickson, The Cody Blackbird Band, Shelley Morningsong and a closing performance of Fry Bread by Native Americana's Keith Secola featuring Wes and Mickie & others.

    Everybody go back to your localities. Go back and spread the seeds of inspiration. Go back & teach young people your music and inspire people. That's what art is about. Inspiration. Keith Secola

    The world's largest and only professional membership-based organization dedicated to showcasing and honoring the best new music initiatives and recordings from the Americas.

  • Vote Me For Best Country Album At Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards

    1:49

    Vote Me, For Best Country CD!

    Best Country Album in the Aboriginal People's Choice Awards #APCA.







  • Dear Dad - Leanne Goose

    2:44

    2012 Aboriginal People's Choice Music Awards - Leanne Goose performs tribute to Father, Louie Goose, Lifetime Achievement Recipient

  • Don Amero - Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards

    3:46

    Don Amero live at the Aboriginal People's Choice Award ceremony, 2007.

  • Nick Sherman at the 2013 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards

    4:19

    Wrong side of Town. Performing at the Manito Ahbee Aboriginal People's Choice Awards 2013. Blew me away! Sorry for the rough video! I didn't know what was coming as I have never heard of him before! Glad I caught this on Video!

  • Whitefish Bay Singers - Them Jinglers

    3:21

    Here's a Whitefish Bay Singers teezer, from their latest self titled album released in November 2008. Whitefish Bay Singers latest album has recently been awarded two music awards, one from the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, & one from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

    You can purchase Whitefish Bay Singer's latest CD through the Arbor Records link below:



    ENJOY!!!

  • Bruthers of Different Muthers EPK 2012

    4:16

    PRESS RELEASE
    February 15/12

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) RECEIVE JUNO 2012 NOD

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) spent over a year creating their debut album, Speakers of Tomorrow, released in 2011. As self-published songwriters & musicians, having no label, agent or manager backing them, it was some years before they decided to go it alone and release & promote the album. And their hard work as independent artists has already started to pay-off.

    Since the release of their debut album in 2011, these talented artists have already received music accolades, including:
    • Best Rock CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in November of 2011; and
    • JUNO Nomination in February of 2012 in the Aboriginal Album category.

    The Aboriginal grassroots fan base across Canada gave BODM their first award, and the fans continue to throw their support to the Bruthers, propelling their single Speakers of Tomorrow to No. 1 on the National Aboriginal Music Countdown (NAMC) on February 11, 2012, shortly after their JUNO nomination. The band's second single How Long it also starting to get airtime plays too.

    BODM's upcoming show at JUNOFEST in Ottawa alongside other JUNO nominees will be another quantum leap on the music scene; it will be BODM's first chance to reach a broader listening audience and establish themselves as a multidimensional rock band with widespread music listening and market appeal.

    During an interview with the Bruthers, Brian Cook (NCI Spirit of Manitoba 105.5 Hot Country and More) had this to say following BODM's JUNO nomination:

    BODM's music transcends genres, can appeal to many people, SPEAKS to people, and is simply music for PEOPLE, because the music is just plain SOLID. In his opinion, BODM's album is a straight-up quality rock-recording period! It also happens to spread a positive message about having a VOICE and using it as SPEAKERS OF TOMORROW.

    A whirlwind of wider interest from the music industry and media continues to build around BODM and the Bruthers have already done multiple radio, magazine and television interviews. Through this entire flurry BODM is also in the studio writing and recording their second album, energized by the support they have received from fans & peers.

    The Bruthers:

    Donovan Mojopin: Lead vocals, guitarist, songwriter & composer
    Michel Bruyere: Drummer, songwriter & composer, vocals
    Leroy Constant: Bassist & composer, vocals
    Killah Green: Guitarist & composer


    Awards:

    • Best Rock CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in November of 2011; and
    • JUNO Nomination in February of 2012


    Recent Features & Interviews (since release of their 1st album in 2011):

    • Arbor Live Season 3 on APTN
    • Single Speakers of Tomorrow featured on CD Manitoba Aboriginal Artists Volume 5.
    • Interview by Brian Cook on NCI February 10th 2012
    • Interview by Shaw Media March 20/12


    BODM/StrongFront Records
    P.O. BOX 2522
    Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4A7

    Ph: 1 (613) 406-5995
    Toll Free: 1 (888) 892-8915
    Fax: 1 (888) 607-9044
    E-Mail: bodmrocks@gmail.com
    Web:

  • Whitefish Bay Singers - 2-Waas

    4:11

    Here's a Whitefish Bay Singers teezer, from their latest self titled album released in November 2008. Whitefish Bay Singers latest album has recently been awarded two music awards, one from the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, & one from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

    You can purchase Whitefish Bay Singer's latest CD through the Arbor Records link below:



    ENJOY!!!

  • Winnipegs Most DONT STOP Ft.The Rupness Monsta VOTE SINGLE OF THE YEAR

    5:30

    VOTE FOR WINNIPEG'S MOST ONLINE FOR THE 2011 ABORIGINAL PEOPLES CHOICE MUSIC AWARDS TELEVISED NOV 4TH 2011

    ONLINE VOTING IS OPEN TO ANYONE
    CLICK LINK TO VOTING SITE
    OR

    GO HERE AND CLICK MORE INFO AND IT WELL SHOW YOU HOW TO VOTE ONLINE FOR THE APCMA MUSIC AWARD 2011 .... VOTE FOR WINNIPEG'S MOST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Whitefish Bay Singers - 2-Waas New Style

    6:36

    Here's a Whitefish Bay Singers teezer, from their latest self titled album released in November 2008. Whitefish Bay Singers latest album has recently been awarded two music awards, one from the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, & one from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

    You can purchase Whitefish Bay Singer's latest CD through the Arbor Records link below:



    ENJOY!!!

  • Whitefish Bay Singers - Old New One

    3:57

    Here's a Whitefish Bay Singers teezer, from their latest self titled album released in November 2008. Whitefish Bay Singers latest album has recently been awarded two music awards, one from the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, & one from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

    You can purchase Whitefish Bay Singer's latest CD through the Arbor Records link below:



    ENJOY!!!

  • Whitefish Bay Singers - Who Let The O-Dogg Out

    3:56

    Here's a Whitefish Bay Singers teezer, from their latest self titled album released in November 2008. Whitefish Bay Singers latest album has recently been awarded two music awards, one from the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards, & one from the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.

    You can purchase Whitefish Bay Singer's latest CD through the Arbor Records link below:



    ENJOY!!!

  • Bruthers of Different Muthers - Ignorance Live

    5:01

    Bruthers of Different Muthers performing Ignorance Live (C) 2012 BODM/StrongFront Records.

    PRESS RELEASE
    February 15/12

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) RECEIVE JUNO 2012 NOD

    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM) spent over a year creating their debut album, Speakers of Tomorrow, released in 2011. As self-published songwriters & musicians, having no label, agent or manager backing them, it was some years before they decided to go it alone and release & promote the album. And their hard work as independent artists has already started to pay-off.

    Since the release of their debut album in 2011, these talented artists have already received music accolades, including:
    • Best Rock CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in November of 2011; and
    • JUNO Nomination in February of 2012 in the Aboriginal Album category.

    The Aboriginal grassroots fan base across Canada gave BODM their first award, and the fans continue to throw their support to the Bruthers, propelling their single Speakers of Tomorrow to No. 1 on the National Aboriginal Music Countdown (NAMC) on February 11, 2012, shortly after their JUNO nomination. The band's second single How Long it also starting to get airtime plays too.

    BODM's upcoming show at JUNOFEST in Ottawa alongside other JUNO nominees will be another quantum leap on the music scene; it will be BODM's first chance to reach a broader listening audience and establish themselves as a multidimensional rock band with widespread music listening and market appeal.

    During an interview with the Bruthers, Brian Cook (NCI Spirit of Manitoba 105.5 Hot Country and More) had this to say following BODM's JUNO nomination:

    BODM's music transcends genres, can appeal to many people, SPEAKS to people, and is simply music for PEOPLE, because the music is just plain SOLID. In his opinion, BODM's album is a straight-up quality rock-recording period! It also happens to spread a positive message about having a VOICE and using it as SPEAKERS OF TOMORROW.

    A whirlwind of wider interest from the music industry and media continues to build around BODM and the Bruthers have already done multiple radio, magazine and television interviews. Through this entire flurry BODM is also in the studio writing and recording their second album, energized by the support they have received from fans & peers.

    The Bruthers:

    Donovan Mojopin: Lead vocals, guitarist, songwriter & composer
    Michel Bruyere: Drummer, songwriter & composer, vocals
    Leroy Constant: Bassist & composer, vocals
    Killah Green: Guitarist & composer


    Awards:

    • Best Rock CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in November of 2011; and
    • JUNO Nomination in February of 2012


    Recent Features & Interviews (since release of their 1st album in 2011):

    • Arbor Live Season 3 on APTN
    • Single Speakers of Tomorrow featured on CD Manitoba Aboriginal Artists Volume 5.
    • Interview by Brian Cook on NCI February 10th 2012
    • Interview by Shaw Media March 20/12


    BODM/StrongFront Records
    P.O. BOX 2522
    Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4A7

    Ph: 1 (613) 406-5995
    Toll Free: 1 (888) 892-8915
    Fax: 1 (888) 607-9044
    E-Mail: bodmrocks@gmail.com
    Web:

  • Indian City Live - Supernation - APCMAs

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    Indian City performing at the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards




  • X-Status - So Blind

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    Artist: X-Status
    Album: X-Status
    Song Title: So Blind

    CONTACT INFO:
    Jesse Green
    xstatus@strongfront.tv

    BUY MUSIC ONLINE
    iTUNES - Buy X-Status's music online!


    LINKS
    Website:
    Facebook:
    MySpace:

    or

    StrongFront Records
    Phone: (204) 772-6500
    Toll Free: 1 (888) 892-8915
    Email: records@strongfront.tv
    Website:

    X-STATUS BIOGRAPHY

    Winnipeg-based hard-core rockers X-Status have been roaming the musical wastelands since 2000, Their repertoire is a collective compilation of years of lost songs and forgotten riffs that lingered in the back of their heads for over a decade. Re-created for today's ears X- STATUS will rock you with their soulful aggression and techno heaviness. Futuristic and inspirational sounds, in an EFFORT to FREE ALL MINDS.

    Discography

    X-Status -- Self -titled debut CD/DVD
    StrongFront Records 2007

    Compilation Discs

    Manitoba Aboriginal Artists Compilation Volumes 1, 2 and 3

    Manitoba Amplified -- Eagles Fly
    Service Canada & The Province of Manitoba 2007

    Dig Your Roots -- Still Around
    Dig Your Roots, NCRA, Earshot, Corus Entertainment 2006

    Pyramid Cabaret Search for Ra NRG V -- Still Around 2004

    Award Nominations

    2007 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards: Best Rock CD, Aboriginal Entertainer of the Year, Best Group or Duo, Best New Artist, Single of the Year, Best Album Cover Design, Best Producer or Engineer.

    2006 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards: Best Rock CD, Best Album Cover Design.


    Television & Video

    Sharing Circle - Documentary Series 2005

    Red Phoenix -- Independent Film 2006

    Publications

    Spirit Magazine -- Summer 2007

  • The Days

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    From the album Six String Highway the Chirs Barker Band was nominated for 6 awards at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards in 2009. Subscribe for more music from the Chris Barker Band

  • Adrian Crowley wins the Choice Music Prize 2009

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    Jim Carroll presents the Choice Music Prize to Adrian Crowley for his album Season of the Sparks

  • AMP SESSIONS | Ali Fontaine Free

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    Ali Fontaine is an Anishinaabe singer/songwriter from Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba. In 2011, she was named Best New Artist and earned the title for Best Country CD at the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards. Two years later, she picked up the Native America Music Award for Best County Recording. Fontaine is currently working on her third album and has her eyes set on a 2016 release date.

    AMP Sessions is a series of live performance videos presented by Manitoba Music featuring new music from First Nation, Métis, and Inuit recording artists from Manitoba, filmed at Winnipeg's Bedside Studios. See all the videos at

    Executive Producer: Manitoba Music
    Producer/Director: Chris Gaudry
    Associate Producer: Alan Greyeyes
    Audio Engineer: Len Milne
    Audio Mixer: Cam Loeppky
    Steadicam/D.O.P.: Keith Eidse
    Audio Assistant: Ethan Osland

  • BreakOut West Aboriginal Music Feature

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    Leanne Goose talks about the importance of Aboriginal Music being showcased at BreakOut West.

  • Shy-Anne Hovorka - Silver Gypsy, Thunderbird, & Cant Change the World

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    World United Music


    Shy-Anne Hovorka -- Official Website


    Shy-Anne Hovorka - MySpace


    Shy-Anne Hovorka - ReverbNation


    Shy-Anne Hovorka - Facebook


    Shy-Anne Hovorka -- Radio3 CBC



    Videos!

    Shy-Anne Hovorka - YouTube



    Buy Music!

    Shy-Anne Hovorka - iTunes


    Shy-Anne Hovorka -- CD Baby




    Today's featured artist comes from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.

    Hey, Anyone that has been up to Thunder Bay knows that it is a very spiritual and magical place. In fact driving west from Sault Ste. Marie to Thunder Bay on hwy 17, you will be treated to an unforgettable experience that will make your heart jump for joy as the road twists and winds through the mountain ranges around Lake Superior. It is truly a magical place of stories, and legends and the home of singer songwriter Shy-Anne Hovorka.


    Shy-Anne's debut album, Black Thunder Bird received 10 music award nominations, and was Titled after her Spirit name, Black Thunderbird. This is an incredible album with a slew of great tracks that cover Shy-Anne's experiences and spiritual strength that is sure to please music fans new and old alike.

    Shy-Anne's follow up CD is titled Pseudo and will be released very soon, but if you want a sneak peek you can find some of the tracks on her MySpace link. It's well worth checking out.

    This year 2010, Shy-Anne is up for 4 music awards in the Catagories of, Female Aboriginal Entertainer of the Year, Best Pop CD, Best Produced Album, and Single of the Year!!!

    Hey, after listening to these tracks you can go over to her website for the link to the aboriginal peoples choice website and cast your vote for Shy-Anne. I did and encourage you to do so also.

    You can purchase Shy-Anne's music from Itune's and CD Baby and of course you'll find all her links on the World United Music Blog.

    Today, I am going to play 3 songs,

    Silver Gypsy & Thunderbird from the Black Thunderbird album & Can't change the World from her latest album, Pseudo

    Here is the Magical, Shy-Anne Hovorka, on World United Music

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    Aboriginal People's Choice Music Awards

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  • BODM - Wash it Down

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    Bruthers of Different Muthers (BODM)

    This electrifying act incorporates traditional rock with an NDN edge. As native musicians and songwriters, the songs the group create are deeply expressive, explosive, and emotion--wrenching, at times incorporating chants and lyrics inspired by their Native grassroots.

    Their single Speakers of Tomorrow encapsulates their unique sound. A pithy, inspiring sing-along rock tune, it also carries a strong message, posing the question to all generations: Who'll be the Elders of Tomorrow? Their second single How Long shows their pure rock alternative side as a full sounding melody with deep beats and chromatic vocals.

    B.O.D.M would like to Thank all fans, supporters, and all of the Speakers of Tomorrow.

    Winners of Best Rock Album Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
    Nominated for Aboriginal Album of the Year at the 2012 Juno Awards

    BODM is: Donovan Mojopin, Killah Green, Leroy Constant, Michel Bruyere

    BODM/StrongFront Records
    P.O. Box 2522
    Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4A7

    Office: (204) 772-6500
    Toll Free: 1 (888) 892-8915
    Fax: 1 (888) 607-9044
    E-Mail: bodmrocks@gmail.com
    Web:


    Awards & Nominations:

    • Best Rock CD - Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards - November of 2011
    • Nomination - Aboriginal Album of the Year -- 2012 JUNO AWARDS


    Recent Features & Interviews (Since release of their 1st album in September 2011):

    - Power 97's Band of the Month for March 2012
    - Arbor Live Season 3, Live Television Taping, November 2011
    - Interview by Brian Cook on NCI-FM, February 10/12

    Discography

    - Speakers of Tomorrow Album -- Released September 2011
    - Single Speakers of Tomorrow featured on CD Manitoba Aboriginal Artists Volume 5, 2011

  • Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards - Arvel Birds Prophetic Statement

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    CAMAs selected Arvel as a finalist in 3 categories, Best Instrumental Album, Best Producer/Engineer and Album of the Year. Thursday, November 27th, 2009 at the VIP Gala Awards and Dinner, Arvel won the first two. Tonight, November 28th, 2009 at the Main Awards Show, Album of the Year will be announced. Can he go 3 for 3? In this video clip, before the show started, Arvel verbalized what the rest of us were thinking! Thank you Canada!

  • Don Amero - Right Where I Wanna Be - Radio Version

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    This is the first official video release from Winnipeg, Canadian musician Don Amero. Written and composed by Don Amero and fellow Winnipeg songwriter Jay Tooke.

    See and hear more from Don at

    From the notoriously tough North End of Winnipeg, Don faced his share of adversity growing up. With poverty, gangs, drugs and violence all around, fortunately, his life was tempered by love, support, and faith in a Greater Power. Shaped and molded by his own experiences, Don's music now carries both the depth of hardship and luminosity of hope. For all who take the time to listen, his message is one of encouragement, positivity and beauty, despite the harshness of the world.

    Don's desire to take a serious shot at music was ignited with the unexpected success of his debut album -- fittingly called Change Your Life. Released in the fall of 2006, it garnered the #1 spot on the National Aboriginal Countdown and received a total of seven nominations for the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMAs). In February of 2009, Don released his second album Deepening, which saw two more singles climb to #1 on the National Aboriginal Countdown. Deepening also earned him Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards, Male Artist of the Year at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, and two more nominations at the APCMAs. His professionalism and perseverance caught the attention of a local radio host, who bestowed Don with the James Brown Hardest Working Musician Award. While this one was meant to be a joke, in reality, it rings pretty true!

    Now working his third album, The Long Way Home was released in the fall of 2010. With impeccable production and presentation, The Long Way Home is receiving great reviews from media, and generating excitement among fans. The country-flavoured first single Right Where I Wanna Be has been featured on radio stations across Canada, and continues to climb the charts. It is also widely distributed -- along with his first two albums -- to HMV, 34 CD Plus stores across Canada, and is available on Itunes, Amazon, CD baby and other digital outlets.
    Grateful for his success so far, and eager to see what the future brings, Don's decision to make music for a living is proving to be a good one.

    The year to come is quickly booking up with tours and featured performances, speaking engagements at youth gatherings, and invitations to industry and media events. It also holds all the potential in the world for his latest album, and ever-expanding music career.

    Don is deeply inspired by his life, his family, and his surroundings. That's why he makes a point of spending as much time as possible at the cabin, canoeing in the wilderness, or traveling with his wife. Because no matter what else is going on, it's the little things that matter most to him.

    Even though you could say it has been a long road for Don Amero, that's okay. Because he knows for certain that now, he's on the right one.

  • Part 2-National Aboriginal Achievement Awards DJ Kwe Documentary_15min.mp4

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    DJ Kwe records her journey to the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards Gala in 2007.

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