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The Red Revue featuring Digging Roots, Kara Jade & The Ollivanders

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ANDPVA presents The Red Revue Featuring Digging Roots, Kara Jade & The Ollivanders

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ANDPVA presents The Red Revue

featuring Digging Roots, Kara Jade & The Ollivanders hosted by Andre Morriseau.

Jan 15, 2019

8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.

The Horseshoe Tavern

370 Queen Street West, Toronto

Tickets $10.00

8:30 pm - Doors

8:45 pm - Welcome

9:00 pm - Acoustic Open Mic (45 minutes)

10:00 pm – Digging Roots (45 minutes)

11:00 pm – Kara Jade (60 minutes)

12:00 pm – The Ollivanders (60 minutes)

Kara TheRain Jade

Kara Jade aka Metis Monroe is an upcoming fire house femcee originally from Winnipeg, MB and Moosomin First Nations, SK. From a young age KJ knew she wanted to be a musician. Inspired by artist like Aaliyah, Left Eye, Lil’Kim, Missy Elliot and Foxy Brown in her early years, she strived to rock the stage just like them. After years of magazine features, runways like International Indigenous Fashion Week she decided to put the heels down and pick up a mic. It was time for her to have a voice and she started by voicing for her people in her first strong stated single “Original”. Since then she has now performed as an artist at International Indigenous Fashion Week 2016 along Juno Award winning artist JRDN.

The Ollivanders

Mohawk/Oneida band The Ollivanders consists of Martin Isaacs (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Ryan Mickeloff (Drums), and Ryan Johnson (Bass, Backup Vocals). They hail from both Six Nations and Caledonia in Ontario, Canada and began playing music together as students. They are an innovative and revolutionary rock band that has licensed their music to The Walt Disney Company, ESPN, and ABC for prime-time sports television broadcast on Saturday Night Football as well as other film and television productions.

Digging Roots

Digging Roots is a Canadian musical group consisting of husband and wife duo Raven Kanetakta and ShoShona Kish, whose musical style blends folk-rock, pop, blues, and hip hop. They won the Juno Award for Aboriginal Album of the Year in 2010 for their album We Are. Kanetakta is originally from Winneway, Quebec, while Kish is from the Batchewana First Nation in Northern Ontario. They are currently based in Barrie, Ontario.

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ANDRE MORRISEAU

For over 15 years, Andre Morriseau, Fort William First Nation, Ojibway, dedicated himself in public service to the Indigenous community. Serving on boards for the Ontario Arts Council, the Native American Journalist’s Association, imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival, and Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre contributed to his receiving an inaugural City of Toronto Aboriginal Affairs awards. His career led him from the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (now Indspire) to the Chiefs of Ontario and to now where he is the director of Awards and Stakeholder Relations for Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.

We would like to acknowledge the generous funding support of the Ontario Arts Council.

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