Amanda Rheaume’s rootsy, guitar-driven ballads introduce crucial dimensions to the world of Heartland Rock. A Citizen of the Métis Nation, and an active and proud member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, Rheaume’s music is indeed from the heart and from the land. First a songwriter, Rheaume comes from a long line of tireless, transformational organizers and activists and carries this lineage forward in her ever-growing role as a crucial builder of Indigenous music community. From the International Music Summit to the newly-founded Ishkode Records and the National Indigenous Music Office, the goal of raising Indigenous sovereignty in the music industry drives all of Amanda’s work. She has released 5 full length albums over 15 years resulting in JUNO and SSIMA nominations and Canadian Folk Music awards.