q This breaks down what to expect from the Indigenous Music Awards

ShoShona Kish of Digging Roots and Ian Campeau, formerly of A Tribe Called Red, join guest host Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe to discuss tonight's Indigenous Music Awards.
Grey Gritt and Tiffany Ayalik of the musical group Quantum Tangle. (Quantum Tangle)

Every Friday, our q This music panel looks at the biggest headlines in music news. Today, the show is hosted by regular q This panellist and CBC Music Mornings host, Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe. Joining her are musical guests ShoShona Kish of the band Digging Roots and Ian Campeau, formerly of A Tribe Called Red.

This week, they discuss the Indigenous Music Awards, which will be given out on Friday, May 18 in Winnipeg, Man. It's a night honouring the most exciting acts from Indigenous communities across the country. The awards show will be hosted by CBC's own Jarret Martineau and singer-songwriter Beatrice Deer. For the first time ever, you can stream the show live at cbcmusic.ca.

Produced by Mitch Pollock​


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