Adrian Thomas of One Way Sky in our Spotlight Interview (Rock)

Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, on the show we welcome Adrian Thomas and his band One Way Sky. Together they form a 4 piece band, bringing us new and original rock and rock roll from the Tohono Nation in Arizona. They’ll will be performing live at our “Indigenous Music Industry Night” Thursday, January 25th at the Whiskey Go Go.

Enjoy music from One Way Sky, Logan Staats, Mike Bern, Nadjiwan, Shawn Michael Perry, Stevie Salas, La Ley, Midnight Shine, Pura Fe, Shylah Ray Sunshine, Graeme Jonez, Soleil Launiere, Ana Tijoux, Chantil Dukart, Stolen Identity, Giovanny Laguado, Chris Ferree, Qacung, Indian City, Irv Lyons Jr, Janel Munoa, Garret T. Willie, The Bloodshots, Tito & Tarantula and much more.

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OUR INTERVIEW IS 30 MINUTES INTO THE PROGRAM

INDIGENOUS MUSIC INDUSTRY NIGHT

ONE WAY SKY ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC

ONE WAY SKY ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC WITH LARRY K
ONE WAY SKY ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC WITH LARRY K

“ONE WAY SKY LIVE (ALICE COOPER’S PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING BAND COMPETITION FINALS)”

CONTACT INFORMATION

EMAIL: [email protected]
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/onewayskyofficial
INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/onewayskyofficial/

YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/@onewayskyofficial
BOOKING: [email protected]

ONE WAY SKY BIOGRAPHY

is a budding indigenous indie rock band from the Gila River Indian Community and the Tohono Nation in Arizona. The passionate four-piece was formed in 2019 and consists of Adrian D Thomas (vocals, rhythm guitar), Cody Bruguier (drums), Loma Manuel (lead guitar), and Damien Carlos (bass). One Way Sky’s sound is a unique blend of hard-hitting riffs and soaring vocal melodies. Their lyrics are both empowering and poetic, touching on themes of identity and resilience in the face of adversity.

ONE WAY SKY ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC WITH LARRY K

Native Earth Performing Arts Announces All-Indigenous Cast forWomen of the Fur Trade

In Association with 
National Arts Centre Indigenous Theatre
& Great Canadian Theatre Company, Ottawa

After a sold out premiere in January 2024 at the National Arts Centre’s Azrieli Studio in Ottawa, Native Earth Performing Arts is proud to present Women of the Fur Trade at Aki Studio in Toronto from April 9-21, 2024. Written by Frances Končan and directed by Renae Morriseau, this timely revival of Women of the Fur Trade,a co-production with National Arts Centre Indigenous Theatre and Great Canadian Theatre Company, will feature an all-Indigenous cast including Kelsey Wavey, Cheri Maracle, Lisa Nasson, Jesse Gervais, and Jonathan Fisher as Louis Riel.In eighteen hundred and something something, somewhere upon the banks of a Reddish River in Treaty One Territory, three very different women with a preference for twenty-first century slang sit in a fort sharing their views on life, love, and the hot nerd Louis Riel.

This lively historical satire of survival and cultural inheritance shifts perspectives from the male gaze onto women’s power in the past and present through the lens of the rapidly changing world of the Canadian fur trade.The play has been made possible through the generous support of the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts and the prestigious Ray Ferris Innovation and Sustainability Grant. This grant not only acknowledges strides in theatrical design but also champions the promotion of sustainability in live theatre.Native Earth Performing Arts is Canada’s oldest professional Indigenous theatre company. Currently in its 41st season, Native Earth is dedicated to creating, developing and producing professional artistic expressions of the Indigenous experience in Canada. Through stage productions (theatre, dance and multi-disciplinary art), script development, apprenticeships and internships, Native Earth seeks to fulfill a community of artistic visions. www.nativeearth.ca

Women of the Fur Trade
April 9-21, 2024
Opening Night: Thursday April 11 at 7:30pm
April 17 at 12pm – LIMITED AVAILABILITY
April 18 – SOLD OUT
Aki Studio, 585 Dundas Street East, #120
Tickets: Sliding Scale $30, $20, $10
Box Office: https://www.nativeearth.ca/shows/women-of-the-fur-trade/
Phone: (416) 531-1402

For Indigenous Group rates, email [email protected]

Media Contact: Damien Nelson, [email protected]

ROBBIE ROBERTSON (MOHAWK) AND SCOTT GEORGE (OSAGE) NOMINATED FOR THEIR ORIGINAL SCORES AND SONGS BY THE ACADEMY AWARDS

Indigenous Music Composers Robbie Robertson and Scott George Nominated for their work in Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon 

(Apple Original Films/Paramount Pictures) 

Indigenous Music Composers Robbie Robertson and Scott George Nominated for their work in Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple Original Films/Paramount Pictures) Robbie Robertson (Mohawk), the late singer-songwriter best known for his work with the Band and Bob Dylan, was posthumously nominated for an Oscar in the Original Score category for his contributions to Martin Scorsese’s “Killer of the Flower Moon”. The posthumous honor was Robertson’s first after decades of composing music for film and this was his last work before his passing. Scott George (Osage) has a made history becoming the first Native American to land an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song with the Osage Tribal Singers for “Wahzhazhe (A Song For My People),” a celebratory song that soundtracks the film’s final scene. Lily Gladstone (Blackfeet/Nimiipuu) who plays Mollie Burkhart, an Osage woman married to a key accomplice in the systematic assassination of the Osage people in the 1920s, is also the first Native American nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. The 2024 Academy Awards will be presented on March 10th.   RICKEY MEDLOCKE RELEASES SONG DEDICATED TO MMIWRickey Medlocke of Lynyrd Skynrd and Blackfoot, has released a powerful new single entitled,  “Never Run Out Of Road,” which is dedicated to supporting the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) movement. Released on Rock the Cause Records, and distributed by Sony/The Orchard, a portion of proceeds go directly to the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC). Rickey and Rock the Cause aim to sustain change through music while inspiring future generations. The Rickey Medlocke Band is also set to grace the stage for two upcoming and extraordinary shows: Friday, March 1, 2024, Medina Entertainment Center Medina, MN and Saturday, March 2, 2024,  Arcada Theatre St. Charles, IL. Join Rickey and his band on an amazing journey of iconic tunes that take his illustrious career full circle and then some! Download and stream the new single, “Never Run Out of Road” now available on all music platforms. Plus, you can help make a difference by spreading awareness on #MMIW.  For more info visit https://www.rickeymedlocke.com KLEE BENALLY PASSES AT AGE 48It was with great sadness that the Native American Music Awards shared the news of the passing of Klee Jones Benally.  Klee Jones Benally was a multiple award winner and multi-talented artist. His family group, Blackfire, which was founded in 1989 in Flagstaff, Arizona along with siblings Jeneda, and Clayson Benally were mulitple award winners including wins for Best Pop Rock Album in 2002, Group of the Year in 2004, and Record of the Year in 2008.  Klee’s deep rugged voice and strong lyrics were a featured part of the group as well as on his more recent solo efforts. Blackfire began as a Native American punk rock group performing around the country including NYC’s East Village and then around the world. Joey Ramone called their music “Native American fireball punk.” The musical style of these three siblings was  influenced by traditional Navajo Diné music and alternative rock, with political messages about government oppression, sacred sites and human rights. In 2012, Jeneda and Clayson formed the award winning band Sihasin who won three awards including; Debut Group of the Year, Best Rock Recording and Best Producer with Ed Stasium (Ramones, Talking Heads, Motörhead, the Smithereens and Living Colour.) Klee Benally leaves behind a legacy and will be remembered as an award winning musician, cultural advocate, author and land defender. He passed away at the young age of 48. We extend our deepest condolences to the Benally family. JIMMY PAGE INDUCTS HIS HERO LINK WRAY INTO THE ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME  One of the world’s greatest guitarists, Jimmy Page, gave a surprise presentation and tribute performance at the 38th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony for his “hero” the legendary guitarist Link Wray (Shawnee). Held at Barclays Center in New York Page’s onscreen prerecorded presentaton was followed by a surprise live tribute performance and rendition of Wray’s classic instrumental, “Rumble.”   This was reportedly Page’s first public performance in a decade.  The now 80 year old lead guitarist of Led Zeppelin recalled hearing Wray’s classic instrumental “Rumble” for the first time when he was 14 year’s old.  Page recalled, “The vigor in it. The strength in it. The power in it. This was something else. It was fearless. It was just phenomenal. It was the essence of cool. Its just a masterpiece that sort of melted its way into the fibers of my body and my consciousness.”www.NAMALIVE.com

Richie Ledreagle in our Spotlight Interview (Hip Hop)

Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, this week we welcome back from Colusa, California Mr. Richie Ledreagle. His new album “Mile in My Moccasins” is out now.  A nice mix of California Indigenous Hip Hop.  He will be in our spotlight to tell us all about it.

Enjoy music from Richie Ledreagle, G Prescious, Liber Teran, Ozomatli, Morgan Toney, QVLN, Celeigh Cardinal, Nancy Sanchez, Mike Paul, Julian Taylor, Carsen Gray, Annie Humphrey, Alexix Lynn, Melody McArthur, Eagle & Hawk, 1915, Garrett T. Willie, Jim Jacobs, Annie Humphrey, Andrew Saltz, Alexis Lynn, Chantil Dukart, Melody McArthur, Eagle & Hawk, Garrett T Willie, Jim Jacobs, Pretendians Band, Love to Bleed, Stevie Salas, XIT, STOiK, Q052 and much much more.

Visit our website and find out all about us and our programs and visit our SAY Magazine Library with all our featured guests.

OUR INTERVIEW IS 30 MINUTES INTO THE PROGRAM

RICHIE LEDREAGLE IN OUR SAY MAGAZINE FEATURE(2024)

RICHIE LEDREAGLE SAY MAGAZINE FEATURE
RICHIE LEDREAGLE SAY MAGAZINE FEATURE

RICHIE LEDREAGLE IN OUR SAY MAGAZINE FEATURE (2016)

RICHIE LEDREAGLE – TRIBAL

CONTACT INFORMATION

EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: https://indigenouswarriorent.com

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@richieledreagle3581
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/richard.ragudo.737
INSTAGRAM:
https://www.instagram.com/ledreagle/
SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/richie-ledreagle
BOOKING:
[email protected]m

RICHIE LEDREAGLE

INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC FEATURED GUEST RICHIE LEDREAGLE

ABOUT RICHIE

An artist-musician-activist since the early 90’s, Richie established himself as a unique artist, being of indigenous descent and having created his own niche in the industry. Recently, Richie re-established himself in the world of indigenous Hip-Hop and in particular California Indigenous Hip Hop. With the launch of Indigenous Warrior Enterprise came the Indigenous Warrior Clothing Line, Indigenous Warrior Album, tour and Indigenous Warrior Entertainment. Performances and appearances are geared toward community and culturally related events.

INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC FEATURED GUEST RICHIE LEDREAGLE

Soleil Launiere in our Spotlight Interview (Fusion Pop)

Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K.  On this show we welcome Montreal, Canada we welcome Soleil Launiere into our spotlight, singer, songwriter, and performer.  Her new album is out, fresh of the press, entitled “Taueu.” A nice soothing mix of Indigenous fusion pop tunes. 

Enjoy Music from Soleil Launiere, Robbie Robertson, Red Road Ensemble, Angel Baribeau, Rose Moore, Dustin Harder, Prarie Soul, Mitchell Makoons Sarazino, Novalima Santana Latin Vibe Indigenous in Music Interview Soleil Launiere Kelly Frasier Captain Planet Leanne Goose Laura Niquay Indigenous in Music Nancy Sanchez, Olmeca Jasmine Netsena Shawn Michael Perry Corey Medina Garret T. Willie Qacung, Airjazz MIOS Latin Vibe Concorde a Orange ABZ Motivation, Shantel Norman Stolen Identity Shylay Ray Sunshine and much much more.

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OUR INTERVIEW IS 30 MINUTES INTO THE PROGRAM

SOLEIL LAUNIERE IN OUR SAY MAGAZINE FEATURE

SOLEIL LAUNIERE SAY MAGAZINE MUSIC FEATURE
SOLEIL LAUNIERE SAY MAGAZINE MUSIC FEATURE

NEW ALBUM – TAUEU

MUN D-LGUIDER, TARWA N-TINIRI & NUKAD

CONTACT INFORMATION

EMAIL: [email protected]m
WEBSITE: www.soleil-launiere.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/soleillaunieremusic

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/soleil_launiere/?hl=fr-ca
BANDCAMP: https://soleil-launiere.bandcamp.com/album/taueu
YOUTUBE:
www.youtube.com/channel/UCMdblfnsWcpD9AGK92f9zGg
TICTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@soleil.lunaire
BOOKING:
[email protected]

BIOGRAPHY

Originally from Mashteuiatsh on the shores of Lake Pekuakami, Soleil Launière lives and
works in Tiohtià:ke (Montreal). A multi-disciplinary artist combining song, movement and
theater with performance art, she interweaves the presence of the two-spirited body with
experimental audiovisuals, drawing inspiration from the cosmogony and sacred spirit of
the animals of the Innu world. Last June, she unveiled her first single Au bout, an
intimate contemporary indie work in which she and the group CHANCES (Geneviève

Toupin (Willows), Chloé Lacasse and Vincent Carré) explore a universe of rhythms and
vocal harmonies with a gentle poetry that speaks of the passage of time, identity and the
spirit of nature. In August, she unveiled Mun d-Iguider, which means “follow the eagle” in
amazigh, a worldbeat work composed in Morocco’s Merzouga desert, with the
magnificent desert blues of Amazigh band Tarwa N-Tiniri and the magical voice of
Moroccan-Amazigh singer Nukad. Then in September, she unveils Piekuakami, the third
and final single before the release of her album. Piekuakami is a soul-roots song in
which Soleil expresses her love for the land where she grew up, with an enveloping and
touching gentleness. On October 13, the multidisciplinary artist unveils Taueu, her long-
awaited debut album. Exploring themes of territory, femininity, gender identity and
matriarchy, Taueu is a soul-roots album imbued with pop tones and magnetic
arrangements that draw us into a mysterious universe and a soothing space.
Accompanied by Joséphine Bacon, who taught her Innu-aimun, her songs blend French,
English, Innu-aimun and a language invented by Soleil in a process of reappropriating
cultural identity and language.

SOLEIL LAUNIERE ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC WITH LARRY K

Garret T. Willie in our Spotlight Interview (Rock)

Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K. On This show we welcome from Kingcome Inlet, British Columbia, Garret T. Willie. Singer, Songwriter, he has just released his debut album entitled “Same Pain,” new Indigenous rock, from north of the border.

Music from Garret T. Willie, Technicolor Fabrics, Murray Porter, Tito & Tarantula, Crystal Shawanda, Soda Stereo, Hataalii, QVLN, Adrian Sutherland, One Way Sky, Jota Quest, Morgen Toney, Arvel Bird, Annie Humphrey, Rhonda Head, Carsen Gray, Marx Cassity, Burnstick, B Side Players, Los Moonlights, Link Wray, The Deeds, Graeme Jonez, Romeo Void and much much more.

Look around our site to find out all about us and our programs and visit our SAY Magazine Library with all our featured guests.

OUR INTERVIEW IS 30 MINUTES INTO THE PROGRAM

GARRETT T. WILLIE IN OUR SAY MAGAZINE FEATURE

GARRET T. WILLIE SAY MAGAZINE MUSIC FEATURE
GARRET T. WILLIE SAY MAGAZINE MUSIC FEATURE

GARRET T. WILLIE LIVE AT NANAIMO BLUES FESTIVAL

CONTACT INFORMATION

EMAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE: https://garrettwillie.com/
FACEBOOK: facebook.com/profile.php?id=100039731750668
INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/garrettwilliemusic
BANDCAMP: https://garrettwillie.bandcamp.com/album/same-pain
YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/@garrettwillie

TICTOK: tiktok.com/@garrettwilliemusic
BOOKING:
Jose Marianne Proulxj[email protected]
MERCHANDISE: https://cutloosemerch.ca/collections/garret-t-willie

MERCHANDISE

BIOGRAPHY

Garret T. Willie is an old soul masquerading as an uncommonly wise, weathered, witty and world-weary 23-year-old. He’s about to give rock ‘n’ roll a formidable 21st -century kick in the ass with plenty of wild, heartbreaking, and hilarious stories to share in true rock ‘n’ roll form.

Garret T. Willie hails from Kingcome Inlet, off the coast of British Columbia. He’s been through some serious shit and lived through a lot more than most of us have at his age. But while Willie’s back story also gives him more right than most to sing the blues – and at heart, Garret T. Willie is a rock ‘n’ roller – he’d rather that not be the whole story.

Willie is the personification of an open book in the lyric sheet to his upcoming debut record Same Pain. Through his songs, there’s a helluva lot of raunchy fun going on above and beyond the occasional exorcism of tragedy and trauma. To listen to Same Pain is to get to know him more than you might be aware, but also to find a friendly, sensitive voice with a gift for transmitting universal emotions. Willie gets himself, and in doing so kinda gets all of us. He also knows what makes the blues tick. And, man, can he rip it up on the guitar.

He’s studiously schooled in all the right source material, from Howlin’ Wolf, Albert King and Muddy Waters to Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis to The Rolling Stones, Ten Years After, AC/DC, Stevie Ray Vaughan, George Thorogood and everyone else who’s carried the torch into the present, with a little Johnny Cash and Hank Williams thrown in for some outlaw-country flavour on the side. He knows the music – all of it, top to bottom – knows its history, knows its lineage, knows its hottest licks. He’s been studying every inch of that history and that lineage ever since he started teaching himself Angus Young solos as a 7-year-old from the sticks looking to escape, picking up on the common, primal essence behind all the music he loves and channels today. And that’s why, on Same Pain, Garret T. Willie can not only really rip it up on the guitar, but also with the gut-busting honesty of someone who understands that if you ain’t lived it, you shouldn’t sing it. At least that’s the way it is for him.

Garret T. Willie is not interested in replicating anyone else’s music. He’s interested in making music that’s entirely his own. And with the aid of producer/co-writer/right-hand man Parker Bossley (formerly of Gay Nineties and the late, great Hot Hot Heat) he’s taken steps to doing just that on Same Pain, an impressively three-dimensional first foot forward that proves Willie as confident and comfortable doing a kickass bar-room blaster like opener “Make You Mine Tonight” as he is doing a wistful, slide-streaked ballad like “What It Means To Me.” He makes you chuckle on the goofy morning-after lark “Rolled” or while singing an ode to his favourite footwear on “Black Shiny Shoes,” then proceeds to rip your heart right out on the emotionally shambled, Sticky Fingers-esque album teardown before opening the tune up into an almost exultantly cathartic coda. Dude’s the real deal.

Garret T. Willie has absolutely no interest in emulating the musical past, emulating his heroes. His interest is only in channeling every ounce of the classic blues and rock ‘n’ roll he venerates so deeply into something new. Bringing it into the now, hustling it towards the future and maybe leaving his signature on the wall for a few of the bored kids to follow in his footsteps.

“I will bring my culture in once as an example,” says Willie. “I used to carve when I was younger. I’m from Alert Bay, which is ’Namgis First Nation and I’m also from Kingcome Inlet and I’m also a little bit Tlingit, from up in Alaska. So I have the rights to carve those styles because I’m from there. But what I don’t have the rights to do is carve West Coast style – Nuu-cha-nuulth – because I’m not from there. I don’t have the rights to do that. And that’s how I look at music. I really admire Muddy Waters’s ‘Got My Mojo Working’ but I don’t have the rights to do that shit. I wasn’t brought up in Chicago and I’m not from there, y’know? If I was to do it, it would be in clichéd form and it would be disrespectful

GARRET T. WILLIE ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC WITH LARRY K

Karlos Paez of the B Side Players in our Spotlight Interview (Reggae, Latin Soul)

Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, this week we welcome Karlos Paez, founding member of the B Side Players. This year they will celebrating 30 years of bringing us the best Latin soul music from Chula Vista, California.  They have been putting out the singles and and will be performing live at our “Indigenous Music Industry Night” Thursday, January 25th at the Whiskey Go Go.  In Hollywood, California.

Enjoy music from B Side Players, Dan L’initie, Ozomatli, Toko Tasi, Carsen Gray, Shylah Ray Sunshine, Qacung, Airjazz, Aysanabee, Digging Roots, Logan Staats, One Way Sky, Garret T. Willie, Murray Porter, Crystal Shawanda, Low Budget Rock Star, Dustin Harder, Q052, Litefoot, Elastic Bond, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Julian Taylor Band, Martha Redbone, Jamie Coon QVLN and much much more.

Look around our site to find out all about us and our programs and visit our SAY Magazine Library with all our featured guests.

OUR INTERVIEW IS 30 MINUTES INTO THE PROGRAM

INDIGENOUS MUSIC INDUSTRY NIGHT

THE B SIDE PLAYERS ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC

B SIDE PLAYERS ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC WITH LARRY K
B SIDE PLAYERS ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC WITH LARRY K

“EL QUINTO ELEMENTO” BY B SIDE PLAYERS

CONTACT INFORMATION

EMAIL: [email protected]
PHONE: 619-454-6491
WEBSITE: www.thebsideplayers.com
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheBSidePlayers?mibextid=LQQJ4d
INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/bsideplayers/
BANDCAMP: https://bsideplayers.bandcamp.com/
YOUTUBE: https://youtube.com/@BSIDEPLAYERSTV?si=5Wmkhdr3MSk5pnkX
BOOKING:
[email protected], [email protected]

B SIDE PLAYERS BIOGRAPHY

The B-Side Players are a 9-piece band part of a new movement in popular music. A band that honors the international cross-pollination that has always made music the universal language. They use any beat that catches their ear, regardless of geography or genre, to create a compelling, horn driven, polyrhythmic groove.

B SIDE PLAYERS ON INDIGENOUS IN MUSIC WITH LARRY K

CJ Loaner of the The Bloodshots in our Spotlight Interview

Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, this week we back from Winnipeg, Manitoba, CJ Loaner is in the house, frontman for his Rock and Roll band “The Bloodshots.” They have been putting out the singles and and will be performing live at our “Indigenous Music Industry Night” Thursday, January 25th at the Whiskey Go Go in Hollywood, California.

Enjoy music from The Bloodshots, MATCITIM, Midnight Sparrows, The Northstars, Joey Styles, Carsen Gray, Captain Planet, Chico Mann, Elastic Bond, Melody McArthur, Jahkota, Elastic Bond, Pretendians Band, QVLN, Justinsayne N8V, Electric Religious, Mike Bern, Shawn Michael Perry, Love to Bleed, Janel Munoa, Indian City, Irv Lyons Jr, Garrett T. Willie, Murray Porter, Aysanabee, 1915, Hataalii, Jim Jacobs, Blue Mountain Tribe and much much more.

Look around our site to find out all about us and our programs and visit our SAY Magazine Library with all our featured guests.

OUR INTERVIEW IS 30 MINUTES INTO THE PROGRAM

INDIGENOUS MUSIC INDUSTRY NIGHT

THE BLOODSHOTS IN OUR SAY MAGAZINE FEATURE

SAY MAGAZINE FEATURED ARTIST THE BLOODSHOTS

“NO WAY OUT ” BY THE BLOODSHOTS

CONTACT INFORMATION

EMAIL: [email protected]
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thebloodshots204
INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thebloodshots204/

SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/thebloodshots
YOUTUBE:
www.youtube.com/@thebloodshots
BOOKING: [email protected]

THE BLOODSHOTS BIOGRAPHY

Since late 2013 when they formed, The Bloodshots have become one of the most sought after Punk Rock acts Winnipeg has produced in recent years. With a highly energetic stage performance you need to see, the sky is the limit for this grunge revival Rock act. With Several accolades to their name such as winning the chance to play with Canadian Rock Legends Finger Eleven through 92 Citi fm fan voted contest by a LARGE margin (before these types of contests became compromised by bot sites) and being nominated for best rock album at the 2017 indigenous music Awards.

The Bloodshots are no strangers to the big stage show neither. Having played some of the biggest stages Winnipeg From the Club Regent Event Centre and The Centennial Concert Hall to The Burton Cummings Theatre with the likes of Rock heavyweights Buckcherry, Danko Jones, Moist, Econoline
Crush, One Bad Son, Three Days Grace, Monster Truck, Steel Panther, SLASH, The Lazys, Jet Set Satellite, and punk acts such as Hawthorne Heights and Senses Fail, Pears, The Flatliners, The Real McKenzies, Isotopes, and the Creepshow, just to name a few. As well as playing the main stage of
APTN’s presentation of indigenous Day live National broadcast with Canadian recording
artists Walk off the Earth.

With their debut ep “The Bloodshot ep” (Which sold out of physical copies of 1000) that was recorded in Toronto with Punk Rock Producer Steve Rizun (Nofx, The Flatliners)
in their rearview mirror, the band is going to be touring Canada and pushing their follow up ep due out in 2022 via Golden Robot Records. In the meantime, check out their latest single release. A rocked up cover of classic CCR doom tune “Bad Moon Rising” everywhere you stream your music from. The
Bloodshots were nominated and WON “Best Rock Video” at the Native American Music Awards in New York USA this past November and are currently working on new music.

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