Guitarist from Six Nations no longer ‘singing the blues’ after getting invite to join NAMA band

 

A guitarist from Six Nations is joining an elite crowd of musicians this fall.

Dwayne LaForme has been invited to play with the house band at the Native American Music Awards.

LaForme says he’ll add a little blues to the band in October.

 

Producer InFocus / Winnipeg

Beverly is a member of the Tootinaowaziibeeng First Nation in Manitoba. She has worked in media for over a decade, including broadcast, film and the arts. She joined APTN in January 2017 from Regina, SK where she was a video journalist for CTV and Indigenous Circle.

2 thoughts on “Guitarist from Six Nations no longer ‘singing the blues’ after getting invite to join NAMA band

  1. Dwayne We Grew Up Together, You & Your Guitar Was Inseparable. We Both Went Out Sepret Ways, But I Will Always Be Your Biggest Fan. You Deserve Everything That Comes Your Way, You Worked So Hard To Get Where You Are Today! Sky Is The Limit Brother! P.S Remember When We Operated On The Bird To Hopefully Bring Him Back To Life. One Of My Lasting Memories Of Us Growing Up Together, One Of Many! He Was My Body Guard In Public School!!

  2. Dwayne We Grew Up Together, You & Your Guitar Was Inseparable. We Both Went Out Sepret Ways, But I Will Always Be Your Biggest Fan. You Deserve Everything That Comes Your Way, You Worked So Hard To Get Where You Are Today! Sky Is The Limit Brother! P.S Remember When We Operated On The Bird To Hopefully Bring Him Back To Life. One Of My Lasting Memories Of Us Growing Up Together, One Of Many! He Was My Body Guard In Public School!!

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