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Playlist of Juno Award for Aboriginal Album of the Year

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  • A Tribe Called Red ft Tanya Tagaq and Black Bear Singers Medley - Live at the 2017 JUNO Awards

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  • Who Will Win The 2015 GRAMMY® Award for Album of the Year? - AXS TV

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  • Litefoot Hosting the 2015 Indigenous Music Awards - Highlights

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    Check out highlights of Litefoot hosting the 2015 Indigenous Music Awards which was broadcast live nationwide on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) in Canada.
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  • George Leach Wins Aboriginal Album of the Year

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    George Leach accepts his JUNO Award for Aboriginal Album of the Year at the 2014 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards.

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  • Jeremy Dutcher wins Indigenous Music Album of the Year | Live at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards

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    Jeremy Dutcher wins Indigenous Music Album of the Year | Live at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN.

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  • Bahamas wins Adult Alternative Album of the Year | Live at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards

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    Bahamas wins Adult Alternative Album of the Year at The 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN.

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  • Jeremy Dutcher wins Indigenous Music Album of the Year - Juno Awards 2019

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    Jeremy Dutcher wins Indigenous Music Album of the year at the 2019 Juno Awards.

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  • Voivod win Metal Album of the Year | Junos Gala Dinner & Awards 2019

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    Voivod win Metal Album of the Year for The Wake at the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards.

    CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah and Billy Talent's Ben Kowalewicz hosted the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards live from the London Convention Centre on March 16.

    The ceremony saw the majority of the year's Juno Awards handed out, including special achievement awards. Performers included Donovan Woods, Hubert Lenoir, Dizzy and Exco Levi, as well as 2019 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners Port Cities.

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  • Wesli wins World Music Album of the Year | Junos Gala Dinner & Awards 2019

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    Wesli wins World Music Album of the Year at the Junos 2019 Gala Dinner & Awards.

    CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah and Billy Talent's Ben Kowalewicz hosted the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards live from the London Convention Centre on March 16.

    The ceremony saw the majority of the year's Juno Awards handed out, including special achievement awards. Performers included Donovan Woods, Hubert Lenoir, Dizzy and Exco Levi, as well as 2019 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners Port Cities.

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  • Wesli wins World Music Album of the Year | Live at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards

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    Wesli wins World Music Album of the Year Presented by Aeromexico at The 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN.

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  • Dizzy wins Alternative Album of the Year | Junos Gala Dinner & Awards 2019

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    Dizzy wins Alternative Album of the Year at the Junos 2019 Gala Dinner & Awards

    CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah and Billy Talent's Ben Kowalewicz hosted the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards live from the London Convention Centre on March 16.

    The ceremony saw the majority of the year's Juno Awards handed out, including special achievement awards. Performers included Donovan Woods, Hubert Lenoir, Dizzy and Exco Levi, as well as 2019 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners Port Cities.

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  • Jeremy Dutcher wins Indigenous Music Album | Junos Gala Dinner & Awards 2019

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    Jeremy Dutcher wins Indigenous Music Album of the Year for Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa at the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards.

    CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah and Billy Talent's Ben Kowalewicz hosted the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards live from the London Convention Centre on March 16.

    The ceremony saw the majority of the year's Juno Awards handed out, including special achievement awards. Performers included Donovan Woods, Hubert Lenoir, Dizzy and Exco Levi, as well as 2019 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners Port Cities.

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  • Arkells wins Rock Album of the Year | Live at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN

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    Arkells wins Rock Album of the Year at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN.

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  • Kelly Fraser: Nominated for Indigenous Music Album of the Year at the 2018 Juno Awards | APTN News

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    A young Inuit singer-songwriter’s messages of cultural pride, hope and healing are making waves in the music industry.

    At just 24-years-old, Kelly Fraser has been nominated for a Juno Award for her second album, Sedna.

  • Chat w Jeremy Dutcher wins Indigenous Music Album of the Year at 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Award

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    The Juno Gala Dinner & Awards took place Saturday March 16h, 2019 at the London Convention Centre. 36 awards (and 3 special honours) were handed out.
    Shawn Mendes was the nights big winner with 4 awards, Single of the Year for In My Blood, Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year & Pop Album of the Year for his self titled album. Other winners included Arkells , Rock Album of the Year for Rally Cry & their producer Eric Ratz received the Jack Richardson Producer of the Year, Washboard Union , Breakthrough Group of the Year, Loud Luxury, Dance Recording of the Year for Body, Tory Lanez , Rap recording of the Year for Love Me Now, Colin James, Blues Album of the Year for Miles To Go, Michael Bublé Adult Contemporary Album of the Year for Love, the Humanitarian Award went to music legend David Foster, the Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award was given to Duff Roman and the International Album of the Year was given to Post Malone for beerbongs & bentleys. Rudy Blair Entertainment Media rudyblairmedia.com was in the press room as Jeremy Dutcher spoke about his Juno award win, Indigenous Music Album of the Year for his recording Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa .

  • JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards presented by SOCAN FULL LIVESTREAM

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    Tom Power hosts the JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards presented by SOCAN on Saturday, April 1 at 6 PM ET. See a schedule of events here:

    Watch as 34 JUNO Awards are given out, and the 2017 Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award (Randy Lennox) and the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award (Buffy Sainte-Marie) will be presented to trailblazers in Canadian music.

    With Performances By:

    - Daniel Caesar (R&B/Soul Recording of the Year)
    - Jess Moskaluke (Country Album of the Year)
    - Koriass (Francophone Album of the Year)
    - William Prince (Contemporary Roots Album of the Year sponsored by National Arts Centre and Indigenous Music Album of the Year sponsored by Aboriginal Peoples Television Network)
    - Neon Dreams (2017 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class winners)

    Table of Contents

    35:10 - Introduction Video

    36:37 - Performance #1 - Koriass

    40:30 - Speech - President & CEO, CARAS, The JUNO Awards & MusiCounts- Allan Reid
    53:14 - SOCAN Video
    55:24 - SOCAN speech, Chief Executive Officer Eric Baptiste
    58:13 - Tom Power - Host Opening Speech
    1:05:09 - Aaron Pritchett presents Electronic Album of the Year
    1:08:24 - Francophone Album of the Year
    1:11:07 - Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble
    1:12:29 - Jack Richardson Producer of the Year
    1:14:57 - Contemporary Roots Album of the Year presented by Executive Producer of the NAC series, Heather Gibson
    1:18:23 - Children's Album of the Year
    1:22:14 - Hospitality Director for Jackson-Triggs Estate Winery, Del Rolo

    1:24:34 - Performance #2 - Jess Moskaluke

    1:27:43 - Speech - Honourable Eleanor McMahon, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
    1:29:34 - International Album of the Year presented by The High Bar Gang
    1:31:55 - Reggae Recording of the Year
    1:34:44 - FACTOR, The Government of Canada, Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters and Radio Starmaker Fund Video
    1:37:06 - The Honourable Melanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage & Dallas Smith present Breakthrough Group Of the Year
    1:41:08 - Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Chamber Ensemble
    1:42:19 - Dance Recording of the Year
    1:44:38 - Instrumental Album of the Year
    1:47:27 - Single of the Year presented by July Talk
    1:50:56 - Kiefer Sutherland Introduces Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award Receipient
    2:17:38 - Vocal Jazz Album of the Year
    2:21:26 - Tasha The Amazon presents Video of the Year
    2:23:59 - Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year

    2:26:43 - Canadian Sound Project Video
    2:28:16 - Classical Composition of the Year
    2:30:27 - Artist of the Year presented by Chantal Kreviazuk
    2:35:41 - Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral

    2:38:59 - Performance #3 - William Prince - In Memoriam

    2:45:22 - World Album of the Year presented by Ten Strings & A Goat Skin
    2:50:19 - Going Home Star Accepts Juno Award
    2:52:23 - Adult Contemporary Album of the Year
    2:54:50 - Drake wins International Achievement Award
    2:56:23 - Blues Album of the Year
    2:59:45 - Jim Cuddy introduces MusiCounts Video
    3:00:12 - MusiCounts Video
    3:02:41 - Speech - Jim Cuddy speaks on behalf of MusiCounts
    3:04:35 - Recording Engineer of the Year
    3:07:27 - Traditional Roots Album of the Year
    3:08:44 - Jazz Album of the Year

    3:11:44 - Performance #4 - Daniel Caesar

    3:17:07 - Basia Bulat presents Jazz Album of the Year: Group
    3:18:52 - Winner of Jazz Album of the Year: Group, Twenty
    3:20:45 - Recording Package of the Year
    3:24:14 - Rap Recording of the Year
    3:27:22 - Bruce Cockburn introduce Allan Water Humanitarian Award Recipient
    3:29:49 - Allan Waters Humanitarian Award Video
    3:34:13 - Buffy Sainte-Marie accepts Allan Waters Humanitarian Award
    3:42:38 - Alternative Album of the Year presented by Arkells
    3:49:16 - Adult Alternative Album of the Year
    3:51:04 - Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year
    3:53:46 - Indigenous Music Album of the Year presented by Sky Bridges & Leela Gilday

    3:59:38 - Performance #5 - Neon Dreams

    4:03:30 - R&B/Soul Recording of the Year
    4:04:42 - Rock Album of the Year

    4:10:30 - Host Close

  • Ana Sokolović wins Classical Composition of the Year | Live at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards

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    Ana Sokolović wins Classical Composition of the Year | Live at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN.

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  • Shawn Everett wins Recording Engineer of the Year | Live at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards

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    Shawn Everett wins Recording Engineer of the Year (Kacey Musgraves - Golden Hour) at the 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN.

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  • Ali Eisner wins Video of The Year | Junos Gala Dinner & Awards 2019

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    Ali Eisner wins Video of The Year for No Depression by Bahamas at the Junos 2019 Gala Dinner & Awards.

    CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah and Billy Talent's Ben Kowalewicz hosted the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards live from the London Convention Centre on March 16.

    The ceremony saw the majority of the year's Juno Awards handed out, including special achievement awards. Performers included Donovan Woods, Hubert Lenoir, Dizzy and Exco Levi, as well as 2019 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners Port Cities.

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  • A Tribe Called Red wins 2017 Juno Award Producer of the Year

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    The 2017 Juno Award Gala Dinner took place Saturday April 1st,2017 at Ottawa's Shaw Centre. Some of the winners included Drake, Leonard Cohen and The Strumbellas. Another winner was the group A Tribe Called Red who won the Jack Richardson Producer of the Year. Rudy Blair Entertainment Media was in the press room when ATCR receiving this honour. junoawards.ca/ atribecalledred.com/

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

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    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
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    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

  • Ben Kowalewicz Hosts The 2019 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards | LIVE on cbcmusic.ca/JUNOS

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    Stream LIVE on | Saturday, March 16 at 6 PM ET

    Ben Kowalewicz, lead singer of the 7-time JUNO Award-winning band Billy Talent, hosts the 48th annual JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards presented by SOCAN on Saturday, March 16 at 6 PM ET.

    Watch as we hand out 36 JUNO Awards, and recognize 3 special achievement award recipients, including the Humanitarian of the Year Award Presented by Music Canada (David Foster), the Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award (Duff Roman) and the 2019 MusiCounts Teacher of the Year (Kim Hastings).

    Co-hosted by CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah.

    With Performances By:
    ???? Dizzy (2019 Breakthrough Group of the Year Sponsored by FACTOR, The Government of Canada and Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters, Alternative Album of the Year Sponsored by Long & McQuade)
    ????Donovan Woods (2019 Contemporary Roots Album of the Year, Songwriter of the Year Presented by SOCAN)
    ????Exco Levi (2019 Reggae Recording of the Year)
    ????Hubert Lenoir (2019 Album of the Year Sponsored by Music Canada, Francophone Album of the Year, Pop Album of the Year).
    ????Port Cities (2018/2019 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class winners) 


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    CARAS acknowledges the financial support of FACTOR, the Government of Canada and of Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters.

    The JUNO Awards are made possible with the support of Ontario Creates (formerly OMDC).

    Lead Partners: Apple Music and TD Bank Group.

    Funding Partners: The Province of Ontario, the City of London, Tourism London.

  • Jann Arden presents MusiCounts Teacher of the Year | Junos Gala Dinner & Awards 2019

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    Jann Arden presents the MusiCounts Teacher of the Year to Kim Hastings at the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards.

    CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah and Billy Talent's Ben Kowalewicz hosted the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards live from the London Convention Centre on March 16.

    The ceremony saw the majority of the year's Juno Awards handed out, including special achievement awards. Performers included Donovan Woods, Hubert Lenoir, Dizzy and Exco Levi, as well as 2019 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners Port Cities.

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  • Arkells win Rock Album of the Year | Juno Awards 2019

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    Arkells win Rock Album of the Year at the 2019 Juno Awards. Max of Arkells also shares about how they asked Jeremy Dutcher (Indigenous Music Album of the Year) to join them on the stage at the #junos.

    #junos #arkells

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  • 2015 Juno Award Nominations

    5:29

    The 2015 Juno Award Nominees Press Conference was held today in Toronto, Ontario. Artists, Media, President and CEO of CARAS/The Juno Awards and MusiCounts Ed Robinson and President of CTV Sports and Entertainment Programming Phil King were in attendance.
    Here's a sneak peek of what to expect at this year's Juno Awards Celebration.

  • Tom Power Hosts The JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Livestream | Watch Saturday, April 1 at 6PM ET

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    Tom Power hosts the JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards presented by SOCAN on Saturday, April 1 at 6 PM ET. For a full schedule of awards and performances, click here:

    Watch as 34 JUNO Awards are given out, and the 2017 Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award (Randy Lennox) and the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award (Buffy Sainte-Marie) will be presented. For a full schedule of awards and performances, click here:

    With Performances By:

    - Daniel Caesar (R&B/Soul Recording of the Year)
    - Jess Moskaluke (Country Album of the Year)
    - Koriass (Francophone Album of the Year)
    - William Prince (Contemporary Roots Album of the Year sponsored by National Arts Centre and Indigenous Music Album of the Year sponsored by Aboriginal Peoples Television Network)
    - Neon Dreams (2017 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class winners)

  • Chat w Juno nominee iskwe on ‘Inside The Song’ event

    8:23

    A music event that focused on how hit songs evolve from the songwriter’s studio to film,  television soundtracks, video games, recording artists and ultimately to the ears of music lovers worldwide took place Monday April 23rd, 2018 at Toronto’s The Great Hall” , Some of the songwriters, performers and producers that took part included Dan Davidson (CCMA nominated artist and songwriter) , Gavin Brown (hit songwriter and JUNO Award winning producer) , Margaret McGuffin, (Executive Director, Canadian Music Publishers Association) , Vivian Barclay (General Manager of Warner Chappell Music Canada Ltd) , Whitehorse (JUNO Award winner, 2016 Adult Alternative Album of the Year), Allan Reid (President & CEO of CARAS, The JUNO Awards and MusiCounts) & Iskwé, (JUNO Award nominee, 2018 Indigenous Music Album of the Year “The Fight Within”) . Rudy Blair Entertainment Media rudyblairmedia.com Chats with the Juno award nominee about the event and her music career, including her single “The Unforgotten ft. Tanya Tagaq” .

  • Iskwé - The Unforgotten | The JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards Presented by SOCAN

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    Iskwé performs The Unforgotten at The JUNO Gala Dinner and Awards Presented by SOCAN.

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  • BODM - Speechless

    6:20

    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

  • Eric Ratz wins Jack Richardson Producer of the Year | Junos Gala Dinner & Awards 2019

    2:07

    Eric Ratz wins the Jack Richardson Producer of the Year award at the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards.

    CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah and Billy Talent's Ben Kowalewicz hosted the 2019 Juno Gala Dinner & Awards live from the London Convention Centre on March 16.

    The ceremony saw the majority of the year's Juno Awards handed out, including special achievement awards. Performers included Donovan Woods, Hubert Lenoir, Dizzy and Exco Levi, as well as 2019 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners Port Cities.

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  • Spotlight: The JUNO Awards 2017

    3:33

    When The Juno Awards announced their 2017 nominees back in February, it put Canada's Indigenous music scene back on the map. The actual awards weekend took things to a whole new level.

    In addition to an epic opening performance by A Tribe Called Red featuring Tanya Tagaq and Black Bear Singers, the festivities featured some huge wins for Indigenous artists across the nation: Ottawa's own ATCR won Producer of the Year, Winnipeg singer-songwriter William Prince won Contemporary Roots Album of the Year, Yellowknife's Quantum Tangle took home the award for Indigenous Music Album of the Year and the legendary Buffy Sainte-Marie was honoured with the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award. Amidst the celebrations, a few lucky musicians even had the opportunity to lace up for the 2017 Juno Cup.

    Here's a look back at the historic weekend featuring William Prince, A Tribe Called Red, Tanya Tagaq, Crystal Shawanda, July Talk, Sarah McLachlan, Vince Fontaine, Amanda Rheaume and Midnight Shine's Adrian Sutherland.

  • BODM - Wash it Down

    4:55

    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

  • Jaden Rhodes ~ Nipaiamianan

    5:21

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    Florent Vollant (born August 10, 1959 in Labrador) is a Canadian singer-songwriter. An Innu from Maliotenam, Quebec, he was half of the popular folk music duo Kashtin, one of the most important musical groups in First Nations history. He has subsequently released four solo albums. Florent Vollant sings in Innu-Aimun, one of Canada’s 70 native languages.

    In 1997, Vollant built his own recording studio – Makusham – on the reserve which is used by musicians inside and outside the community. His solo album Puamuna, which means dreams in Innu, was the first time Vollant recorded a full album in his own studio. His Innu-language album of Christmas songs, Nipaiamianan, earned him an apostolic blessing from Pope John Paul II, as well as the Juno Award for Aboriginal Recording of the Year in 2001.

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    Nipaiamianan ~ ℗ & © 1999 Avanti Stella ~




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    (Please visit his website and discover this wonderful artist)





    Katak (2003)
    Nipaiamianan (2005)
    Eku Mamu (2009)
    Puamuna (2015)
    Mishta Meshkenu (2018)

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    Hear me perform «O Holy Night» & «Minuit, chrétiens!» combined in one song

  • Let it go George Leach

    4:12

    Let it go music video. Off of George Leach's Juno award winning album Surrender.

    Directed by Rueben Martell. Produced by Marty Ballentyne.

  • Donny Parenteau - Postmarked Heaven - CBC News Sunday

    3:48



    Postmarked Heaven - Live on CBC News Sunday

    As summer 2007 turned to autumn, Donny went to Regina, for the Canadian Country Music Awards in September. Nominated for the Chevy Rising Star Award, and selected as 1 of the top 24 Songwriters across Canada to showcase during the CCMA's prestigious Songwriters' Café, Donny took stage on Friday, September 7th, at the Casino Regina Show Lounge and delighted fans old and new. The CCMA Industry Brunch and Awards held on Saturday, September 8th is a trade only event and once again, Donny took centre stage with his entire band. His rendition of Orange Blossom Swing had over 400 people tapping their toes, while the introduction and performance of his second song, Postmarked Heaven had attendees wiping tears from their eyes. Live performances continued for Saskatchewan Music Week, CBC Radio Saskatchewan, and as a side man for Paul Brandt's spontaneous hotel lobby performance. Taking centre stage at the Ole Publishing Party, Donny had his fiddle scream for musicians and industry executives in attendance.

    Returning from the CCMAs, Donny learned he, and WHAT IT TAKES was nominated for 2 Western Canadian Music Awards: Outstanding Aboriginal Recording of the Year, and Outstanding Country Recording of the Year. This event was held in Moose Jaw, October 18th to 21st, 2007. In addition to those accolades additional excitement occurred when Donny was contacted and told he had been nominated for 5 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, being held in Toronto, November 30th to December 2nd. These 5 nominations include: Best Song Single (Father Time); Best Producer / Engineer; Best Songwriter; Best Country Album; and Best Album of the Year. Donny's wins of Best Song Single and Best Producer / Engineer was tremendous validation of this artist's combined talents.

  • BODM - Speakers of Tomorrow

    4:32

    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

  • C-Weed - Run As One

    6:26

    Artist: C-Weed
    Album: Hey!
    Song Title:Run As One (Traditional)

    CONTACT INFO:

    Errol Ranville
    c-weed@mts.net

    or

    StrongFront Records
    1 (888) 892-8915
    records@strongfront.tv


    C-WEED BIOGRAPHY

    Errol Ranville was born in Ste. Rose du Lac, Manitoba on August 1, 1953.
    He comes from a large family of twelve siblings; nine brothers and three sisters.

    In 1965, Errol started a band in high school and played for local school and community dances. The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Buffy Ste Marie heavily influenced him and his later influences were Merle Haggard, Lynard Skynard, Pink Floyd, and Jackson Brown. In 1969, his parents moved the family to Winnipeg where he completed his high school and later went onto university to obtain his Bachelor of Social Work Degree.

    In 1975, Errol started The C-Weed Band which he named after his own nickname C-Weed. The band released their first album in 1980 and had a # 1 single on Canadian Country Radio with a song written by Robbie Robertson called Evangeline. Their second album High and Dry was released in 1982 and they enjoyed another # 1 single across Canada with a song written by Jagger-Richards called High and Dry. The release of third album in 1983 is when Errol's songwriting came to form. Four of Errol's original songs received full A radio airplay rotation across Canada and all four songs reached the top 10 singles charts. Play Me My Favorite Song , Bring'n Home The Good Times, Pick up Truck Cowboy and Magic in The Music. The band received a Juno nomination in both 1985 and '86. After working alongside his brothers Wally and Donn Ranville for 12 years they decided to go their separate ways in 1987. .

    Over the next few years, Errol wrote and sang all the songs and with his nickname being C-Weed and carried on the band name to the present. He also started a night club business called, C-Weed's cabaret, in 1992.With locations in Winnipeg (1992-1997) Edmonton, Alberta (1997-98) and opened in Saskatoon Saskatchewan (1999 -2001).

    Errol released his first solo project in 1988 called A Tribute to Southern Rock with only one original song included on the project called Old Rodeo Cowboys, which received cross Canada radio air play as well as a music video aired on Much Music. He then released two more solo projects under his own name Errol Ranville called I Wanna Fly (1990) and The Cowboy Code (1995). Which is when he also started his own record label. His songwriting ability really shined when the song I Wanna Fly was named song of the year by the Manitoba Country Music Awards and the music video received full time airplay on Much Music.

    Errol formed another band in 1998, to work on a new album called Run As One. The album was released in May 2000 and has sold over 13,000 units to date. It was also nominated for a Juno award in March 2001. His new band included; Mitch Daigneault (new CD Keep On Believing May 2003) a singer/songwriter and lead guitarist who has played with Errol for many years, Kevin Joseph, a young bass guitar player, Errol's brother Donn who were one of the original members of The C-Weed Band and talented, Jay Ross, also toured with The C-Weed Band in the summer of 2003.

    In 2002, Errol produced and recorded Keep on Believing by Mitch Daigneult and Old Town by Jay Ross. Both albums received Canada wide airplay and both got nominated for a Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (Nov.28th/03 in Toronto). He spent most of 2003 touring and promoting the two new albums and took his band to Toronto to attend the 2003 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards where they performed at the legendary Elmocombo Club. Since the release of Run As One, Errol has produced albums for Mitch Daigneault, Jay Ross and Brent Peekeekoot, as well as mentoring and promoting new Aboriginal talent such as singer/songwriter, J.C. Campbell. In November 2004, Errol Ranville was awarded the Canadian Aboriginal Lifetime Achievement Award at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards in Toronto. On April 1, 2005, he was inducted into the Manitoba Aboriginal Music Hall of Fame.

    Errol has also work for the Manitoba Audio Recording Industry Association, in Winnipeg as the Aboriginal Music Program Director. He was also instrumental in convincing the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards to tour Canada. He has also been chair of the Manitoba Aboriginal Music Host Committee, which brought the 8th Annual Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards in Winnipeg November 3, 2006. This was the first year the awards were held outside Toronto.

    It is wonderful to be working full time in the music industry says Errol Ranville But playing music and singing songs is still my first love, and always will be.

  • Leavin - Laura Vinson and Free Spirit

    4:47


    Leavin' is one of the tracks from the album WARRIOR by Canadian singer-songwriter Laura Vinson & Free Spirit. This album is nominated by the Canadian Folk Music Awards 2015 for Aboriginal Songwriter Of The Year.

  • Who Will Win The 2015 GRAMMY® Award for Best Rock Album? - AXS TV

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    The 2015 GRAMMY® Awards are just around the corner, so asked you who will win the award for Best Rock Album this year.

    Don't miss AXS TV's 2015 GRAMMY® Prediction Special hosted by Mark McGrath as our experts forecast who will win this year. Tune in Tuesday, February 3 at 10pET | 7pPT only on AXS TV!

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  • Mike Downes - Backstage at the 2014 JUNO Awards

    2:21

    2014 JUNO Award winner, Mike Downes, talks with StokeS backstage at the JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards.

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  • In a Town

    4:06

    Idle No More is an ongoing protest movement originating among the Aboriginal peoples in Canada comprising the First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples and their non-Aboriginal supporters in Canada, and to a lesser extent, internationally. It has consisted of a number of political actions worldwide, inspired in part by the hunger strike of Attawapiskat and further coordinated via social media. A reaction to alleged abuses of indigenous treaty rights by the current federal government, the movement takes particular issue with the recent omnibus bill Bill C-45.

    Amelia Curran is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She was born in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador and currently lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The National Post describes her music as a bit like Leonard Cohen being channeled in a dusty saloon by Patsy Cline. Curran started playing guitar and writing songs as a teenager and eventually dropped out of university in order to busk on the streets of St. John's. That led to her first album release in 2000, and since then she has released four more.
    Her 2006 release, War Brides, was initially released independently and was later given a European and national Canadian release by Six Shooter Records. She describes her signing to Six Shooter Records as a promotion and goes on to say I have a lot more work to do, more often, as a result of which I will make some more money and sell some more records. But it is the same job that I have been doing for ten years.
    War Brides was nominated for two East Coast Music Awards: Folk Recording of the Year and Female Solo Recording of the Year.
    In 2009, Curran released Hunter, Hunter. She describes this album as a little tougher than War Brides but it's still minimal. She explains that the title is Hunter Hunter as opposed to hunter-gatherer. This is the first album that she recorded in her home-town of St. John's.
    Curran's lyrics have been described as evocative by Spinner Canada who, referring to Curran's song The Mistress, wrote that Like the best poets, Curran packs so much meaning into each line that the listener barely has time to register each clever lyric before the next zinger comes along.
    Hunter Hunter earned Curran four nominations at the 2010 East Coast Music Awards; Female Solo Recording of the Year, FACTOR Recording of the Year, SOCAN Songwriter of the Year and Folk Recording of the Year. In addition to being a musician, Curran is also a playwright and actor, and has had her plays performed in fringe festivals.
    On April 17, 2010, Curran won a Juno Award in the category of Roots and Traditional Album of the Year: Solo. Curran also won first prize (Folk category) of the prestigious 15th Annual USA Songwriting Competition.

  • 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:

  • Indigenous Music Awards - Desiree Dorion

    3:20

    Desiree Dorion speaks to us about how she wrote her hit song and why it so deeply resonates with peoples childhoods from coast to coast.

  • Donny Parenteau - Jingle Bells - CTVs Canada AM

    3:39



    Postmarked Heaven - Live on Canada AM

    As summer 2007 turned to autumn, Donny went to Regina, for the Canadian Country Music Awards in September. Nominated for the Chevy Rising Star Award, and selected as 1 of the top 24 Songwriters across Canada to showcase during the CCMA's prestigious Songwriters' Café, Donny took stage on Friday, September 7th, at the Casino Regina Show Lounge and delighted fans old and new. The CCMA Industry Brunch and Awards held on Saturday, September 8th is a trade only event and once again, Donny took centre stage with his entire band. His rendition of Orange Blossom Swing had over 400 people tapping their toes, while the introduction and performance of his second song, Postmarked Heaven had attendees wiping tears from their eyes. Live performances continued for Saskatchewan Music Week, CBC Radio Saskatchewan, and as a side man for Paul Brandt's spontaneous hotel lobby performance. Taking centre stage at the Ole Publishing Party, Donny had his fiddle scream for musicians and industry executives in attendance.

    Returning from the CCMAs, Donny learned he, and WHAT IT TAKES was nominated for 2 Western Canadian Music Awards: Outstanding Aboriginal Recording of the Year, and Outstanding Country Recording of the Year. This event was held in Moose Jaw, October 18th to 21st, 2007. In addition to those accolades additional excitement occurred when Donny was contacted and told he had been nominated for 5 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, being held in Toronto, November 30th to December 2nd. These 5 nominations include: Best Song Single (Father Time); Best Producer / Engineer; Best Songwriter; Best Country Album; and Best Album of the Year. Donny's wins of Best Song Single and Best Producer / Engineer was tremendous validation of this artist's combined talents.

  • Interview w Diga of the band Digawolf on 49th Annual JUNO Awards Nomination

    3:09

    (Rudy Blair Entertainment Media rudyblairmedia.com will be in Saskatoon covering the Juno Awards)
      The 49th Annual Juno Awards is taking place Sunday March 15th, 2020 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It will air live from the SaskTel Centre (3515 Thatcher Ave, Saskatoon,) on CBC, CBC Gem, CBC Radio One, CBC Music, and the CBC Listen app. The awards will also be available for audiences outside of Canada to stream at cbcmusic.ca/junos at 8 p.m. ET (6 p.m. CT).  Nominees include first-time host of this year’s JUNO Awards Broadcast, Alessia Cara who also leads with a total of six nominations including Single of the Year, Album of the Year*, Artist of the Year and Tory Lanez received five nominations including Artist of the Year & Rap Recording of the Year.  Artists with three nominations included  Alexandra Stréliski, Bryan Adams, bülow,  Loud Luxury, NAV  & Shawn Mendes .  Rudy Blair Entertainment Media  rudyblairmedia.com  was on location on the red carpet at Toronto’s CBC building to speak several nominees including Diga of the band Digawolf on their nomination Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year for the album Yellowstone .

  • 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

  • Bruthers of Different Muthers - Wash It Down Live

    2:52

    Bruthers of Different Muthers performing Wash It Down 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:

  • Donny Parenteau - Postmarked Heaven - CTVs Canada AM

    3:50



    Postmarked Heaven - Live on Canada AM

    As summer 2007 turned to autumn, Donny went to Regina, for the Canadian Country Music Awards in September. Nominated for the Chevy Rising Star Award, and selected as 1 of the top 24 Songwriters across Canada to showcase during the CCMA's prestigious Songwriters' Café, Donny took stage on Friday, September 7th, at the Casino Regina Show Lounge and delighted fans old and new. The CCMA Industry Brunch and Awards held on Saturday, September 8th is a trade only event and once again, Donny took centre stage with his entire band. His rendition of Orange Blossom Swing had over 400 people tapping their toes, while the introduction and performance of his second song, Postmarked Heaven had attendees wiping tears from their eyes. Live performances continued for Saskatchewan Music Week, CBC Radio Saskatchewan, and as a side man for Paul Brandt's spontaneous hotel lobby performance. Taking centre stage at the Ole Publishing Party, Donny had his fiddle scream for musicians and industry executives in attendance.

    Returning from the CCMAs, Donny learned he, and WHAT IT TAKES was nominated for 2 Western Canadian Music Awards: Outstanding Aboriginal Recording of the Year, and Outstanding Country Recording of the Year. This event was held in Moose Jaw, October 18th to 21st, 2007. In addition to those accolades additional excitement occurred when Donny was contacted and told he had been nominated for 5 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, being held in Toronto, November 30th to December 2nd. These 5 nominations include: Best Song Single (Father Time); Best Producer / Engineer; Best Songwriter; Best Country Album; and Best Album of the Year. Donny's wins of Best Song Single and Best Producer / Engineer was tremendous validation of this artist's combined talents.

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    2011 North American Indigenous Image Award winner for Outstanding Blues Album. Share images from the road along with the single Roaming The World from the Sun Child album.

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