The Bearhead Sisters
REDTalks • 30m
For over 18 years, The Bearhead Sisters have been sharing their gift of song. Currently living in Treaty 6 territory, about 40 minutes west from Edmonton, Alberta, sisters Trina, Allie, and Carly Bearhead have drawn from their family and Nakota roots to inspire strength and optimism with their music. Enjoy this intimate performance and interview by The Bearhead Sisters whose powerful sound and deep connection to family and culture are capturing new audiences and fans.
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