Tracy Bone picks up an Indian Summer Music Award

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No Lies has earned Manitoba’s Tracy Bone yet another trophy as the 2007 Canadian Aboriginal Music Award winner for Best Female Artist added an Indian Summer Music Award (ISMA) to her list of accolades. Bone picked up the nod in the Country category while her Arbor Records label mates Stevie Salas and Sandy Scofield brought home the hardware for the Alternative Rock and Folk categories, respectively.

No Lies is the multi-award winning chanteuse’s debut album and it was released by Arbor Records earlier this year. The album features “Games,” which was named the NCI FM Single of the Year in 2006, along with a great duet with her partner in crime J.C. Campbell, entitled “No Lies.” The album was produced by Phil Deschambault at 441 Studios in Winnipeg.

The ISMA ran alongside the 22nd Annual Indian Summer Festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Lake Michigan’s waterfront. The festival is marketed as the largest American Indian cultural event in the North America and reportedly draws close to 70,000 people each year. The festival took place September 5-7, with the awards ceremony on September 6.

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