So thrilled to announce I took home the Western Canadian Music Award for Aboriginal Artist of the Year! Thank you to my incredible family and friends for your endless support. To my home community of Peguis First Nation, the Peguis Surrender & TLE Trust, PDC and Peguis Gaming. To Scott Nolan, Jamie Sitar and everyone involved in the making of Earthly Days.
Also, so incredibly excited to finally announce that I have signed on with the Paquin Entertainment Group for booking and Prairie Mix Artist Services for management. We’ve been working together the past few months and now is the time to celebrate. Congrats to Paquin for taking home the WCMA for Impact in Artist Development as well!
For booking: Please contact Jeremy Giacomin at the Paquin Agency
Management: Nathalie Kleinschmit at Prairie Mix Artist Services
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Be sure to stay up to date through William Prince Music on Facebook.
Twitter & Instagram: @willandhismusic #williamprincemusic
Aug 20 – Harvest Sun Music Festival – 11 AM and 4 PM – Kelwood, Manitoba – http://www.theharvestsun.com/
Aug 21 – Rainbow Trout Music Festival – 12 PM – St. Malo, MB – http://www.rainbowtroutmusicfestival.com/
Aug 30 – TLE Implementation Youth Day – 12 PM – Peguis, MB
Sept 1 – HSC Patient show – 2 PM – Health Science Center – Winnipeg, MB
Sept 3 – Fort Garry Hotel – 6 PM
Sept 9-11 – Kaleido Family Arts Music Festival – Edmonton, AB – http://www.kaleidofest.ca/
Sept 11 – ManyFest – 2 PM – Winnipeg, MB – http://www.manyfest.ca/
Sept 18 – Harvest Moon Music Festival – 3 PM – Clearwater, MB – http://www.harvestmoonfestival.ca/
Oct 1 – West End Cultural Center – Winnipeg, MB
Oct 2 – Emerson Music Festival – 3 PM – Emerson, MB
Oct 13-16 – BreakOut West – Regina, SK
Written for the Peguis Graduating Class of 2016! Based on the 7 sacred teachings of Aboriginal law.
Purchase “7” on iTunes, GooglePlay and all other digital retailers!
Stream “7”: https://soundcloud.com/william-prince-music
“Earthly Days” now available on #iTunes, #GooglePlay and all other digitial retailers!
Purchase “Earthly Days”
Physical copies can be purchased through CDBaby.com.
Also available in Winnipeg, Manitoba at Music Trader (97 Osborne St.), McNally Robinson (1120 Grant Ave.) and Into The Music (245 McDermot Ave.).
For an autographed copy email firstname.lastname@example.org with your address. $25 e-mail transfer will ship to anywhere in Canada. $30 USA.
“The Carny” is the Number 1 song on the National Aboriginal Music Countdown! Thank you to everyone who helped get it there! Special thanks to all the folks at NCI FM.
Also, check out the Winnipeg Free Press/Metro article on “Earthly Days”!
“Prince’s music certainly feels like gospel, in the sense that it seems timeless, both in the structure of the song and the antiquity of the emotions. Prince writes about love, fighting and the adventures of his friends—but he doesn’t want to put out the same old song and dance.”
Tickets for the “Earthly Days” album release show, Dec 7 at the West End Cultural Center, are available at the West End, Music Trader and Ticketfly.com.
Tickets are now on sale for William Prince’s CD Release show at The West End Cultural Center. December 7, join William as he releases his debut album “Earthly Days” worldwide on iTunes and all other digital retailers.
Produced by Scott Nolan. Engineered by Jamie Sitar.
Purchase tickets here:
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Watch William Prince’s new video “Earthly Days”.
Directed by Danny Schur
Assisted by Jordan L. Olson
PURCHASE “Earthly Days” on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and all other digital retailers.
Purchase “The Carny” on iTunes, Google Play and all other digital retailers!
Currently Number 14 on the Sirius XM National Aboriginal Countdown, “The Carny” paints the picture of a small-town carnival worker traveling the Interlake of Manitoba.
REQUEST IT NOW on NCI FM: E-mail email@example.com with “The Carny” in your subject line.
AMP Sessions is a series of live performance videos presented by Manitoba Music featuring new music from First Nation, Métis, and Inuit recording artists from Manitoba, filmed at Winnipeg’s Bedside Studios. See all the videos at http://www.aboriginalmusic.ca/videos.
Check out Manitoba Music’s AMP Sessions 2015 featuring my song “Bloom”.