Indian City Lands Native American Music Award

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The envelopes are open and the names are read... Indian City has picked up a Native American Music Award. The winners were revealed at the 18th annual NAMA gala on October 12 at the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino in in Niagara Falls, New York. 

The folk pop outfit earned the award for Best Music Video Recording for "Through the Flood". They also received nominations for Best Group/Duo of the Year, Best Pop Recording, and Record of the Year for its latest album, Here & Now. The band also picked up nominations for Song of the Year for the title track and 

Indian City is no stranger to awards galas, landing recent honours for The JUNO AwardsIndigenous Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, and Indian Summer Music Awards. Led by Vince Fontaine (Rising Sun Productions, Eagle & Hawk), the collective of musicians adds to the growing number of Indigenous artists sharing towards a strong and fair legacy of Indigenous people.  

Check out the fill winners list and find out more about NAMA at nativeamericanmusicawards.com

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