Jun 2, 2018
A joyful conversation with Canadian folk music legend Buffy Sainte-Marie. This spring, Buffy’s Medicine Songs took home the JUNO for Indigenous Music Album of the Year. She describes her 16th studio album as “a collection of front-line songs of unity and resistance.”
Buffy shares her thoughts on the state of the protest song. Plus, the rise of Me Too and Times Up, and her reflections on the music documentary Rumble: The Indians who Rocked the World. Finally, we’ll hear about the moments after Hawaii’s false ballistic missile warning was issued, and how she chose to spend what may have been her final moments on earth.