Paws for a good cause
Donations from Juno-nominee performance to go towards new building for humane society
Bryan Adams, Cher, Loverboy and Bon Jovi and was inducted into the Edmonton Blues Hall of Fame in 2015.
“A lot of songs are songs that I wrote this year. Since coming to the Prairies I’ve been very affected and impacted by coming back to my roots,” she said.
She will perform – which is also the title of her forthcoming album – another called and a Cree song called
which means “come here” in Cree.
experience is as a
“Interestingly, I witnessed kids still go out and howl at the moon at night here. I did the same thing all those years ago,” said Nash. “The song is about our relationship with the moon and the Prairie nights. Those fabulous velvet nights.”
She attributes connection with people.
“I’m Haida Indian a little bit in my own DNA, however growing up in the Prairies, I would say I’m way more connected to the Cree and the Prairie people. My adopted daughter is Cree,” she said.
Her album may feature other Moose Jaw talent and is due for a Spring 2018 release date. to her First Nations