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Buffy Sainte-Marie's bold new album, Power in the Blood, won two Juno Awards (Canadian Grammys), one for Aboriginal Album of the Year and another for Contemporary Roots Album of the Year. Its message, about the road to self-identity and the conviction to be oneself, still resonates with the Cree singer-songwriter, activist, educator, visual artist, and winner of countless awards. Perhaps you know Sainte-Marie from her 1960s protest anthems, her open-hearted love songs, her incendiary powwow rock music, or the juggernaut pop hit Up Where We Belong, which she co-wrote for the soundtrack to An Officer and a Gentleman. Sainte-Marie is a fearless songwriter who is committed to the indigenous people of the Americas and to telling the people's history that has been left out of history books. Five decades on, Sainte-Marie can still inspire you to rise up and take action, but she can just as easily melt your heart with a tender ballad.
? Opening set by Annie Humphrey Music ?
Annie Humphrey is an Ojibwe singer/songwriter from the Leech Lake Reservation in Northern Minnesota. She is the winner of two Native American Music Awards.
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