Tracy Bone & J.C. Campbell

Portrait of Tracy Bone & J.C. Campbell

Tracy Bone and JC Campbell have collaborated in music and in life. They were married in the traditional way in May, 2010 in Oglala on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. Together, they have been delivering music workshops for several years, and are devoted to sharing their knowledge and experiences as musicians with people across North America.


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Genre: Country

Albums

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Back In Love
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Group Members

Tracy Bone J.C. Campbell

Biography

TRACY BONE (Ojibwe) Tracy Bone’s debut album No Lies has garnered many accolades including a 2008 Western Canadian Music Award, Native American Music Award, Indian Summer Music Award, North American Indigenous Image Award, and a 2009 Juno Award nomination. At the 2009 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards, Tracy also won the award for Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year. She has performed on stages across Canada and the United States including performances at the BC Place during the Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad alongside notable artists, Doc Walker, Inward Eye, Grand Analog, and Chic Gamine. In July 2011, she performed at the Diverse As This Land concert series during the Banff Summer Arts Festival at The Banff Centre. Tracy Bone and JC Campbell have collaborated in music and in life. They were married in the traditional way in May, 2010 in Oglala on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. Together, they have been delivering music workshops for several years, and are devoted to sharing their knowledge and experiences as musicians with people across North America. They live with their children in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

J.C. CAMPBELL (Ojibwe/Cree) J.C. Campbell is a multi-nominated and award-winning country blues recording artist and singer/songwriter. His latest release Lazy James received top honours for Best Blues CD at the 2008 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards. His debut album Life Up Til Now garnered double nominations in both the Best Country and Best Acoustic Album categories at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards. In 2010, he performed at BC Place during the Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad. In 2008, J.C. was one of five songwriters to be invited to share original material at a songwriting workshop led by iconic music legend, Buffy St. Marie. In July 2011, he performed at the Diverse As This Land concert series during the Banff Summer Arts Festival at The Banff Centre. Tracy Bone and JC Campbell have collaborated in music and in life. They were married in the traditional way in May, 2010 in Oglala on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. Together, they have been delivering music workshops for several years, and are devoted to sharing their knowledge and experiences as musicians with people across North America. They live with their children in Winnipeg, Manitoba.