Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes one of Winnipeg’s most sought after rock bands. They have been enjoying the success of their first self titled album. We have in the house, CJ Loane, lead guitarist of the Bloodshots. You can hear their music on Spotify and you can find out more about them on their facebook page.
Also music from The Bloodshots, Joyslam, The Johnnys, QVLN, Jaysen John, Ivan Turner, The Eagle and the Raven Band, Banda Black, Sue Jorge, Jota Quest, SToiK, Julian Taylor Band, Plastilina Mosh, Douglas Spotted Eagle, Axel Krygier, Buffy Sainte Marie, Jamie Coon, Boozoo Bajou, Sidestepper, Captain Planet, CHANCES, Tara Williamson, Leanne Goose, Sandra Sutter, Tracy Bone, Bruthers of Different Muthers, Hour Eleven and much much more.
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Since late 2013 when they formed, The Bloodshots have become one of the most sought after Rock acts Winnipeg has produced in recent years. With a highly energetic stage performance you need to see, the sky is the limit for this grunge revival Rock act. With Several accolades to their name such as winning the chance to play with Canadian Rock Legends Finger Eleven through 92 Citi fm fan voted contest by a LARGE margin (before these types of contests became compromised by bot sites) and being nominated for best rock album at the 2017 indigenous music Awards.
The Bloodshots are no strangers to the big stage show neither. Having played some of the biggest stages Winnipeg From the Club Regent Event Centre and The Centennial Concert Hall to The Burton Cummings Theatre with the likes of Rock heavyweights Buckcherry, Danko Jones, Moist, Econoline Crush, One Bad Son, Three Days Grace, Monster Truck, Steel Panther, SLASH, The Lazys, Jet Set Satellite, Hawthorne Heights and Senses Fail just to name a few. As well as playing the main stage of APTN’s presentation of indigenous Day live National broadcast with Canadian recording artists Walk off the Earth.