This week on Bamoseda: Friday, April 30
Bamoseda, hosted by Jennifer Ashawasegai, is an Aboriginal news magazine radio program, which features national Aboriginal news, current affairs, features on community and culture, spotlights on entertainment and a cross section of musical genres from very talented artists in the Aboriginal community.
It’s a well-rounded music show, with tunes ranging from bluesy-rock, to traditional Anishinabe music, hip-hop and country.
Hear Sierra Noble’s song, “Grandma Blanche,” written just after the death of her beloved grandmother. It’s an emotionally raw and touching piece.
The Red Shadow Singers, an Anishinabe Drum group, display their talent in composing traditional music for the people to keep learning and remembering culture.
The Odemin Kwe Singers sing a traditional song, “Anishinabe Kwe,” which is a song to honour women.
We’ll hear “Bounce” from pop sensation and Sto:lo singer-songwriter Inez. She blends hip-hop with R&B, with roots in her Sto:lo identity, and has a universal sound.
Learn about these musicians and more on this episode of Bamoseda.
Sierra Noble – “Grandma Blanche” (CANCON)
Don Amero – “Deepening” (CANCON)
Wayne Lavallee – “Buffalo Soldier” (CANCON)
Crystal Shawanda – “You Can Let Go Now” (CANCON)
Shane Yellowbird – “I Remember the Music” (CANCON)
The Wolfpack – “Welcome to My World” (CANCON)
Red Shadow Singers – “Manitou Api” (CANCON)
Ode’min Kwe Singers – “Anishinabe Kwe” (CANCON)
Donny Parenteau – “Belly Up” (CANCON)
Derek Miller – “Ocean” (CANCON)
Inez – Bounce (CANCON)
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