Juno-Award winning group A Tribe Called Red released their new single “Stadium Pow Wow” featuring Black Bear through Soundcloud. In regards to the release, the group stated the following:
“[Stadium Powwow] represents a new era for A Tribe Called Red. It’s not the first song that we have released with 2oolman or Black Bear, but it feels very special to us because, not only was it one of the first songs we worked on together with 2oolman, but also the first time we actually worked closely with a drum group. Doing that was the realization of a dream that the band has had for years and we are super thankful to Black Bear for being open minded about it.”
Listen to the single, check out if the group is touring near you, and find out where to connect with them on social media below.
Catch A Tribe Called Red on one of their upcoming tour dates:
06/25 | Aboriginal Day Live – The Forks | Winnipeg, MB (FREE)
06/26 | Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival | Ottawa, ON (FREE)
07/09 | Phillips Backyard Weekender | Victoria, BC (Tickets)
07/15 | Folk on the Rocks Music Festival | Yellowknife, NWT (Tickets)
07/23 | Way Home Festival | Oro-Medonte, ON (Tickets)
07/31 | The Banff Centre – Shaw Amphitheatre | Banff, AB (Tickets)
08/15 | Festival Acadie Rock – Riverfront Park | Moncton, NB (FREE)
08/18 | Boyce Farmers Market | Fredericton, NB
08/19 | The Marquee Ballroom | Halifax, NS
08/20 | 2016 Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Summer Games | Membertou, NS (FREE)
08/31 | Pacific National Exhibition | Vancouver, BC (FREE with gate admission)
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