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Beatrice Deer brings her unique blend of throat singing and indie-rock to the q studio

Beatrice Deer is a half-Inuk and half-Mohawk musician who took home the award for best folk album at the Indigenous Music Awards this year.
Singer-songwriter Beatrice Deer. (Darren Curtis)
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Beatrice Deer is a half-Inuk and half-Mohawk musician from Quaqtaq, Que., who now lives in Montreal. This year she took home the award for best folk album at the Indigenous Music Awards. Today, she joins host Tom Power live in the q studio to talk about that album, called My All To You, and perform a few songs from it.

— Produced by ​Vanessa Nigro

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