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Halle May Hobbs

Halle May Hobbs is from Carvel, Alberta. Only 14 but winning over listeners with her voice and passion for folk and traditional country music, she's showing up on the country music scene performing on the Horizon stage at the Big Valley Jamboree, at the Canadian Finals Rodeo and opening for local artists. Halle May's talent earned her a nomination for the Horizon Youth Award with CMAB and she was the Junior winner at Global Country in 2023, which took her to Nashville, Tennessee to perform this past Spring!  

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Arianna Faithful

Arianna is 17 years old and lives in Goodfish Lake, in treaty 6 territory. Arianna’s recent highlights include singing the national anthem in the Cree language in Roger’s Place and singing at a national pageant where she went on to compete internationally. Arianna will be graduating from Vilna High school this year. Her next step is to attend university in the field of education. Her advice to all the youth is to chase your dreams no matter how far reaching they may seem. With a little bit of work and a whole lot of faith, those dreams will become reality.

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Bryce Delorme

Bryce Delorme is a 16 year old Metis youth from the Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement, located in Northern Alberta. Bryce first decided he wanted to be a musician at the age of 9, when he picked up his Kokum’s acoustic guitar and started to pick. Since then he has added many other instruments to his skill set such as piano, lead/bass guitar, steel guitar, drums and fiddle. Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Ernest Monias and local Aboriginal artists are some of his biggest musical influences. Currently, Bryce plays and sings with the Family Tradition Band from his home community. Bryce’s rendition of ‘Lone Star Rag’ has been featured on the CFWE Radio Network in which he played all accompanying instruments. Bryce is currently working on videography and media productions with The Métis Man, Shawn McDonald whose work can be seen on YouTube, Tiktok and Facebook. Bryce continues to represent his culture through music and his comedic character on stages all across Turtle Island.

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Zack Willier

Zach Willier is a 18 year old indigenous singer, songwriter and fiddler who comes from Sucker Creek First Nation but is currently based out of Edmonton where he has been performing since he was 9 years old. In April 2022 he was asked by the Royal Canadian National Geographic society to represent Alberta at the launch for the decade of indigenous languages in Ottawa. Zach has performed all over Edmonton surrounding area as well as Saskatchewan at the Back To Batoche Days National Métis festival. In March 2023 he released his first album including nine of his original songs which mixes his old country sound with his new, unique voice. Zach loves to bring back old songs as well as writing his own songs for performing, to showcase his own unique style of singing and playing.

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