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  1. Ed Peekeekoot’s in the key of cree CD made it from a field of 18 to be one of five nominees for Best Country CD at the Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards, thanks to the many votes he received. His is a different genre of country: authentic, aboriginal country, or aboriginal roots. It is song-stories of the transition of hunter-gatherer to farmer in the Prairies, guitar instrumentals that paint the Northern Lights, seen best in the stillness of a prairie night, or harvest on the rez, along with hot fiddling of jigs and reels from all the old Prairie dances. Ed is originally from the Ahtahkakoop First Nation in Saskatchewan, and now lives on Vancouver Island, BC

    Ed has just been asked to perform at the Awards ceremonies at the 6,000-seat MTS Centre in Winnipeg November 7, to be filmed live by APTN TV (Aboriginal People’s Television Network). He will also be part of a Songwriter’s Showcase at the Manito ahbee Festival the following day.

    Anyone can vote in the second round to help Ed Peekeekoot win the Best Country CD award for in the key of cree at http://www.aboriginalpeople' before October 17.

    Listen to all clips from in the key of cree at
    on iTunes
    available for phone interviews

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