Les Productions le Moulin présentent William Prince et Digging Roots! (Canada 150 concert series)
le dimanche 11 mars à 19h30/Sunday, March 11 at 7:30; Marc-Lescarbot theatre (Université Sainte-Anne)
Billets/Tickets: $25 in advance; $30 at the door; $15 for students
en vente/on sale: Ocean Blue Music (Yarmouth); Saulnierville Pharmacy; Weymouth Drugstore; La Shoppe Verte (Concession) Contact: email@example.com; (902) 769-3288
Advance ticket prices may no longer be available after Saturday evening but tickets will be available at the door.
With welcoming ceremony by guests from Bear River First Nation!
Digging Roots consist of husband and wife Raven Kanetakta and ShoShona Kish and a 4-piece back-up band.
-Juno Award Winner: Canadian Aboriginal Music Award for Best Group (2007)
-Juno Award Winner: Aboriginal Album of the Year (2010)
-Juno nominee: Album of the Year (2015)
-Canadian Folk Music Award: Aboriginal Album of the Year (2015)
-new album coming out soon!
-Inaugural recipient of the Cobalt Prize (2015), a contemporary blues composition award presented at the annual Maple Blues Award. "The prize composition was ‘Hwy 17’ from the album ‘For The Light‘ that speaks to the incomprehensible issue of the near 1200 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women."
Digging Roots 8 years ago singing their most intense song, which is about residential schools stripping away the Native children's culture. ShoShona seems inspired by Janis Joplin on this performance.
"Cut My Hair": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIiSGu_sFNE
"It is absolutely inspiring to hear these artistic people make such luminous musical statements." -Winnipeg Free Press
"Funky native music fuelled by a sexy soulful blend of reggae and blues." -Detroit Metro Times
William Prince is a folk and country singer-songwriter from the Peguis First Nation in Manitoba.
Juno Award Winner: Contemporary Roots Album of the Year 2017
Western Canadian Music Award: Aboriginal Artist of the Year 2016
Praised by both Bruce Cockburn and Neil Young
"Prince all by himself is a force to be reckoned with." -The Manitoban
"His voice and songs evoke Leonard Cohen, Willie Nelson, and more than a dash of Barry White, and he is a rising star on the Indigenous music scene." -CBC Radio.
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Merci/Thank you to Heritage Canada; Atantic Presenters Association; RADARTS; Clare Dodge Chrysler; Hugh Robichaud, Barrister