Nominees for the 2019 Indigenous Music Awards!

Nominees for the 2019 Indigenous Music Awards!

Posted By Corinne Rice February 14th, 2019 Last Updated on: February 20th, 2019

Yesterday the 2019 nominees for the Indigenous Music Awards were announced! This year is the 14th year celebration of the Indigenous Music Awards. On May 17th, native peoples from across Turtle Island will gather at the Casinos of Winnipeg to celebrate all of the indigenous contributions to music.

Indigenous Music Awards

PowWows.com will stream the awards ceremony live!



Indigenous Music Award Nominees

BEST BLUES ALBUM  
Cary Morin When I Rise
Robert “Freightrain” Parker Outside Ourselves
The Gary Sappier Blues Band Party Time!

 

BEST COUNTRY ALBUM  
Carolina East Crossroads
D Johnson K Town
Don Amero Evolution
Matt James A Miner's Prayer
Trent Agecoutay Now…and Then

 

BEST ELECTRONIC MUSIC ALBUM  
DJ krayzkree Future Generations
Edzi'u Kime Ani
Jeremy Dutcher Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa
PIQSIQ Altering The Timeline

 

BEST FOLK ALBUM  
Aasiva Aasiva
Beatrice Deer My All To You
Cikwes ISKO
Diyet & The Love Soldiers Diyet & The Love Soldiers
Thea Hopkins Love Come Down

 

BEST GOSPEL ALBUM  
Murphy Platero Butterflies, Horses and Guitars
Yvonne St.Germaine Country Christmas
Erin Aubichon Erin Aubichon

 



BEST HAND DRUM ALBUM  
Beatrice Twance-Hynes Indian Chief's Daughter
Joe Tohonnie, Jr. Journey Into a New Direction
Laura Grizzlypaws Come Home
R-N-B Round Dance Songs R-N-B Round Dance Songs

 

BEST INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM  
Ghosthorse From the Continuum
Jamie Medicine Crane Honouring Life
Jan Michael Looking Wolf and Robin Gentlewolf Flute Dance
Kelvin Mockingbird Night Echo Star Seed
Randy Kemp/Artificial Red Rez Radio

 

BEST INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS ARTIST  
Alexandro Querevalu  Colors of the Rainbow
La Sexta Vocal IPSTÄJK WITPÄ
Membda BAJO EL SOL (UNDER THE SUN)
Samuel Phoenix Shantel: The Approach
Solju Ođđa Áigodat (New Times)

 

BEST INUIT, INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE, OR FRANCOPHONE ALBUM  
Angela Amarualik Angela Amarualik
Laura Grizzlypaws We are Children of the Land
Mike Paul Origine

 

BEST MUSIC VIDEO  
Artson Home
Beatrice Deer Fox
Don Amero Evolution
JB The First Lady The Most Unprotected Girl
Supaman Miracle

 

BEST NEW ARTIST  
Aasiva Aasiva
Angela Amarualik Angela Amarualik
Janel Munoa Howls From Deep in the Woods
Q-052 Rez Life
The Firestone Band Life Lived

 

BEST POP ALBUM  
Marentin Fehr Tonight's Performer
Mimi O'Bonsawin Connected
Rellik Signal From Earth
Sandra Sutter Cluster Stars
Shon Denay On the Rocks

 



BEST POW WOW – CONTEMPORARY ALBUM  
Cree Confederation Medicine Horse
Northern Cree Nitisanak-Brothers and Sister
Northern Voice Kikawino aski: Guardians of the Land
Young Spirit Red Dress Special

 

BEST POW WOW – TRADITIONAL ALBUM   
Chippewa Travellers Waseyasige: Shining Brightly
Eastern Eagle Mimajualuksi’kw – It Gives Us Life
Wabanaki Confederacy Journey of the Drum

 

BEST PRODUCER/ENGINEER   
Thor Simonsen, Hitmakerz Angela Amarualik, Angela Amarualik
Dallas Arcand, Kipohtakaw Publishing DJ krayzkree, Future Generations
Carmen “Hellnback” Omeasoo, Hellnback Hellnback, #Fourteen91
Devon Bate (BUFFLO) Jeremy Dutcher, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa
John-Angus MacDonald (Producer), Tim Vesely (Producer), Darren Magierowski (Engineer), Jill Zimmermann (Engineer), Joao Carvalho (Mastering) Midnight Shine, High Road
Vince Fontaine and Chris Burke-Gaffney, Rising Sun Productions and CBG Artist Development Sandra Sutter, Cluster Stars

 

BEST RADIO SINGLE  
A Tribe Called Red For You (The Light Part II) Feat. Lido Pimienta
Celeigh Cardinal There Ain't No Way
Logan Staats The Lucky Ones
Snotty Nose Rez Kids Savages
Supaman Somewhere feat. Northern Cree

 

BEST RADIO STATION PROGRAM – PROMOTING INDIGENOUS MUSIC
Indigenous in Music with Larry K, Native Voice Once (NV1)
Indigenous Sounds, WSLR 96.5 LPFM in Sarasota, Florida
Late Nights With Deya Miller “Indigenous Showcase”, Jukasa Radio 93.5
Unreserved, CBC Radio

 

BEST RAP/HIP HOP ALBUM  
Artson Brave Star
Buggin Malone Humanity Volume 1
Hellnback #Fourteen91
Jah'kota Woke
JB The First Lady Righteous Empowered Daughter

 

BEST ROCK ALBUM  
Levi Platero Perspective
Midnight Shine High Road
NADJIWAN Tomahawk Rock
NDN SOUL The Best Of NDN Soul
Samantha Crain You Had Me At Goodbye


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About Corinne Rice

Corinne Rice (Mohawk/Lakota) has been a writer with powwows.com since 2014. She lives in the state of CA, and enjoys attending and photographing many of the Northern CA powwows and events. She owns her own photography business and is also a Fellow with Changemaker Initiative in partnership with Ashoka.



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