We catch up with Joey Stylez, Carsen Gray, Mob Bounce, Logan Staats and more at the 2017 Indigenous Music Awards in Winnipeg.

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Before their recent concert at Winnipeg's West End Cultural Centre, The Jerry Cans dropped by our studio for an interview and live performance. Here's what the band had to say about living in Nunavut, the art of throat singing and more.

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A look back at the historic 2017 Juno Awards 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.

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A look back at the 2016 Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival, featuring Whitehorse, Digging Roots, Great Lake Swimmers, Crystal Shawanda, The Bros. Landreth and more.

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A look back at the inaugural Rezilience Indigenous Arts Experience, featuring Supaman, Tanaya Winder, Ruby Ibarra, Frank Waln, Gregg Deal and the Sampson Brothers.

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Yellowknife may not be known as a musical hot spot, but once a year the community welcomes some of the top talent from across Canada at its Folk on the Rocks festival. Here's a look back at FOTR 2016 with Joel Plaskett, Tasman Jude, Jim Bryson, Iskwé, Lauren Mann, Diyet, Twin Flames, The Midnight Sons Band and A Tribe Called Red's Tim 2oolman Hill.

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A look back at Winnipeg Folk Festival's historic Native North America workshop featuring Duke Redbird, Eric Landry, Willy Mitchell, Willie Thrasher, Shingoose and local singer/songwriter William Prince. And of course the man whose vision made it all possible: Vancouver crate digger Kevin Howes.

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Poet. Writer. Artist. Educator. Entrepreneur. Tanaya Winder truly is a “Girl on Fire.” Here she is with an exclusive DD performance of her poem, Back To The Beginning.

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Who needs a stage? One of our top moments from Summer 2016 was Digging Roots’ impromptu performance of Hwy 17 at the Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival. Betcha can’t watch it just once!

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On April 30, 2016, we had the privilege of catching up with Frank Waln at the REZILIENCE Indigenous Arts Experience in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Here he is with a brilliant acapella performance of Wild West.

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