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Shannon Thunderbird and Sandy Horne

Shannon Thunderbird and Sandy Horne

Singer Songwriter / First Nations music / Aboriginal Music Toronto, ON, CA  CA

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    "If you haven't heard Shannon Thunderbird and Sandy Horne sing together you are missing a great experience. They come from different musical genres, semi-classical and pop, but their voices flow like calm water over smooth rocks. I could listen to them all day" (L.S., Toronto Fan)

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  • Sandy Horne (The Spoons) and Shannon Thunderbird, Coast Tsimshian First Nations
  • Sandy Horne Spoons) and Shannon Thunderbird, Coast Tsimshian First Nations
  • Horne and Thunderbird

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Label: Teya Peya Productions

Manager: Peter Kewley, Teya Peya Productions

Bio: Coast Tsimshian First Nations Singer, Shannon Thunderbird and Singer.Musician, Sandy Horne (Spoons) have been working together for eleven years,

They travel both nationally and internationally with their shows, Eagle Thunder:Song of Hope; Daughter of the Copper Shield; Thunder Rolling in the M...See Full Bio

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"Shannon's world extends far beyond bringing Aboriginal programs to educational institutions, as a performing artist she has represented Canada in Japan, Sicily and around North America. Her gorgeous singing voice blends with Sandy's seamlessly. Shannon gives endlessly of herself, her talent, her time. Her passion for her art and her uclture has fueled her ability to actually 'survive' as an artist for many years, an often times courageous road in itself. She is a truly wonderful human being, creative artist, gifted teacher, innovator and visionary. Shannon is a formidable force in her passion for telling the stories of her people vocally, orally and theatrically.I have often watched audiences mesermized by her storytelling, singing and honesty.She donated her paintings to charity, that in turn, supports the arts."

— Lynda McGregor, Former Executive Director, Foundation for Enriching Education

Recent Blogs

Medicine Wheel Many Hands for Peace Powwow
Jul 2, 2012

I just finished nine days in an underserved school, here in Toronto. I turned th... [more]

Shannon and Sandy
Jun 25, 2012

We have just completed another exhilarating and successful school year, touring ... [more]

Stats

  • Song Plays 70
  • Total Fans 77
  • ReverbNation Fans 35
  • Facebook Likes 2
  • Twitter Followers 37
  • Widget Impressions 32

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