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Backyard Sessions #4: Band of BrotherZ, Tia Wood, Ed'ziu & Bingo Switch!
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Our 4th and final BACKYARD SESSION for the summer, features The Band of BrotherZ, Tia Wood, Ed’ziu & Bingo Switch. With Cameron Peal hosting, put this SICK EVENT
Our 4th and final BACKYARD SESSION for the summer, features The Band of BrotherZ, Tia Wood, Ed’ziu & Bingo Switch. With Cameron Peal hosting, put this SICK EVENT in your virtual calendar!
The Band of BrotherZ
Dalton Richard & Riley Dutiaume are two, young Aboriginal artists with a stronghold in country music. They both come from a musical background and now play in their own band. The Band of BrotherZ perform a mix of originals, covers and fiddle tunes.
Songbird, Miss Tia Wood (aka Q:olosoet) served as Youth Ambassador for, ‘Gathering of Nations,’ representing Saddle Lake Cree Nation (her Father’s community), Alberta AND the Stlatlimx/Xwexwenaqe Xwexwilmelh people (her Mother’s Community) of British Columbia. Tia also served as Miss Manitou Ahbee Festival’s Youth Ambassador honoring and bringing awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and their families. Tia’s fusion of Indigenous traditional music with contemporary R&B flare, serves to tell the story of today’s diversity of Indigenous Women and Youth. Her message is to celebrate the resilient stories toward empowerment of all youth and girls. Her message, ‘Find your passion and honor it the way you honor life and ceremony…for life is ceremony,.. so sing your songs, dance your dances that celebrate you!’ By facilitating inner-power and connecting to your distinct gift, you serve the world your truest self. Be you unapologetically!
Edzi’u is a 2S Tahltan and inland Tlingit sound artist, songwriter, composer. They were born in the Yukon and raised in Whitehorse, YT, spending a large part of that time in their traditional territory of Dease Lake, BC. They received a Degree in Music Composition at Vancouver Community College in 2019. Edzi’u has been performing nationally for the better part of ten years, in festivals, galleries and living rooms. Their roles in performance life have ranged from solo performer, to choir soprano, actor, and concert coordinator. Currently their art practice centres on weaving electronic soundscapes with audio manipulation, while drawing on classical songwriting elements. Their music and sound installations have been featured on CBC Radio Reclaimed, Talking Stick Festival, shown in Tkaronto’s film festival imagineNATIVE 2018 and 2019, and debuted internationally at the Document Film Festival in Glasgow, Scotland in 2019.
Bingo Switch is a fresh Jazz Pop-Rock band based out of Vancouver, BC. Their members consist of Zac Daniels (Ojibway), Christian Abt (Cree), Brody Halfe (Qayqayt, Cree), and Liam Wilkins (British, Irish).
Savage Society was created in 2004 as a vehicle through which its members could produce their own stories as practising Indigenous Theatre and Film Artists. Originally, an ad-hoc organization, Savage Society was incorporated in 2013. Artistic Director Kevin Loring is a member of the Nlaka’pamux Nation from the Lytton First Nation in British Columbia. In 2017 he became the first Artistic Director of Indigenous Theatre at the National Arts Centre of Canada. Based in Vancouver and New Westminster, Savage Society operates on unceded Musqueam, Tsleil-waututh, Qayqayt, and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Territory.email@example.com