Northern Lights Festival Boréal may just be the best music festival you’ve never heard of. Based in Sudbury, Ontario, NLFB has been bringing the best in Canadian folk music to the shores of Bimitimigamasing since 1972. With past performers including Stan Rogers, Serena Ryder and Digging Roots, the festival has built a reputation […]

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A Tribe Called Red recently took over George Stroumboulopoulos' living room on the premiere episode of House of Strombo.

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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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What. A. Weekend. In addition to an epic opening performance by A Tribe Called Red featuring Tanya Tagaq and Black Bear Singers, the 2017 Juno Awards featured some huge wins for Indigenous artists across the nation: Ottawa’s own ATCR won Producer of the Year, Winnipeg singer-songwriter William Prince won Contemporary Roots Album of the Year, Yellowknife’s Quantum Tangle took home […]

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The Juno Awards announced their 2017 nominees Tuesday morning, and it was a big day for Canada's Indigenous music scene.

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In the premiere episode of DD Xposed, A Tribe Called Red's Tim 2OOLMAN Hill takes us inside his studio to show off his gear, share his techniques and reveal the secrets behind his sound.

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Have you ever wondered what makes your favourite musicians tick? What fuels their passion, informs their art and stokes their creativity? Where they get their inspiration, or how they achieve a particular sound? Thanks to DD Xposed, you can wonder no more.

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A look back at the 10th anniversary of Aboriginal Day Live, featuring performances by Kristi Lane Sinclair, Ghostkeeper, Elisapie, Genevieve Fisher, Joey Stylez, Carsen Gray, Dragonette, Boogey the Beat, A Tribe Called Red, Lido Pimienta, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and the one-and-only Buffy Sainte-Marie.

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A look back at the 10th anniversary celebration of Aboriginal Day Live featuring Kristi Lane Sinclair, Ghostkeeper, Elisapie, Genevieve Fisher, Joey Stylez, Carsen Gray, Dragonette, A Tribe Called Red, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and the one-and-only Buffy Sainte-Marie.

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From a modest one-hour show in an inner-city courtyard to a multi-stage concert with more than a million viewers annually, APTN's Aboriginal Day Live has become Canada's preeminent celebration of National Aboriginal Day. In this exclusive feature, Mike Bone, Lightning Cloud and others wish APTN and Aboriginal Day Live a happy 10th anniversary.

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