Pick Of The Day: Amanda Rheaume

Based in Ottawa, Amanda Rheaume is a roots singer-songwriter with two albums to her credit: Light of Another Day (2011) and Keep A Fire (2013). In the latter album, she has several songs that explore her Metis heritage, including her link to her great great grandfather A.G.B. Bannatyne who was a friend of Louis Riel and is considered to be a founding father of Manitoba.

Tonight, Rheaume is in town to play a show at the SCES Club that is being presented by Grassroots Regina. The show should get going at 8 p.m. and tickets are $15. To close here’s video from earlier this year of Rheaume and her band performing “Keep A Fire In The Rain”:

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