Beyond The Mic: Brendt Thomas Diabo

From his blue-collar upbringing on the Kahnawake reserve to the brights lights of L.A. to the heart of Toronto’s arts scene, Mohawk artist Brendt Thomas Diabo has been on quite the journey. But even though he’s best known for his signature blend of roots, rock and old-time country, there’s more to his life than just music.

Since getting his big break on APTN’s Mohawk Girls, he’s built himself an impressive acting resume and dipped his toes in the world of film production. As a carpenter by trade, he’s also worked on set designs for a Star Trek movie, the TV show Suits and more.

In this week’s episode of Beyond The Mic, Brendt talks about stereotypes in the film industry, his love for Link Wray and a whole lot more. Check it out below.


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