Shy-Anne Hovorka – Support your local musicians!

Shy-anne belts out "Can't Change the World" Support your local musician
Shy-anne belts out “Can’t Change the World”

THUNDER BAY – Shy-Anne Hovorka is in the top twenty. Its time to support your local musicians! The CBC is running a contest, and your votes for our local musicians can help them.

Shy-Anne needs five seconds of your time! Shy-Anne is in the top 20! Your support will help propel this hard working local musician and help her to keep helping others.

Shy-anne Hovorka can use your vote!

Your vote can help her get to the top five! 

Shy-Anne is an award-winning songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and performer, who has found her niche and passion in the realm of “Country Music”. 

Her third album “Interwoven Roots” released on June 25th, 2012, has garnered six 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards and the first two singles from the album (“The Glue” & “Run, Run, Run”) have received “Commercial Country Radio” air play across Canada in more than 30 markets.

Click this link: scroll done to Shy-Anne “The Awakening” and click VOTE!

Shy-Anne’s latest video, The Awakening, is a rallying call! 

The new video is unlike anything she has done before. Her inspiration for the video comes from Elder Dave Courchene, or Nii Gaani Aki Inini from Turtle Lodge in Manitoba.

Elder Dave Courchene spoke in Ottawa as a part of Idle No More. 

 Dave inspired my song – Shy-Anne

 Shy-Anne shares, “Dave inspired my song and video. His speech in Ottawa was so moving I asked him if I could change it to a song. He said of course. The video is very much symbolism from a world wide out look. I have ancient and current pics/symbols of unity, love, change, hope, strength from all over the world”. 


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