Indian City captures the sound and color of a vibrant Indigenous culture with a flair for pop and alternative rock. Based and founded out of Winnipeg, in the heart of the Aboriginal arts district, the all star band of award-winning artists and rising stars have gained attention all across North America with their debut CD “Supernation”, and unique live fusions of lyrics, music and personality, expressing the modern conscience of today's Indigenous people.
Indian City's debut album “Supernation” has been presented with a Western Canadian Music Award, 2 Indian Summer Music Awards and an Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Award. With their creative and engaging music, Indian City has been growing in demand in the music industry. Even in pre-release, the album “Supernation” held radio airplay, featured at multiple festivals and events, National television acts, including National Aboriginal Day Live and the Aboriginal People's Choice Music Awards with their high-profile performances. Their second release "Colors" has garnered some impressive accolades as well picking up two Indian Summer music awards, and songwriter of the year at the 2014 APCMA. Colors was also nominated in for the 2014 years Canadian Folks Music Awards for Aboriginal Songwriter of the year and Best Pop at the Native American Music Awards. Colors also picked up nominations at the 2015 WCMA and the IMA's.
Indian City came to life as the realization of an ingenious concept envisioned by producer and composer Vince Fontaine, founder of one of North America's most thriving Indigenous music group Eagle and Hawk. The ogle for talent assembles lead vocalists William Prince,Rena Semenko, Neewa Mason and Don Amero, keyboardist Gerry Atwell, Rich Reid, bassist Tik Mason, and guitarist and composer Vince Fontaine round out the band. New addition Jeremy Koz brings a strong voice and presence to the stage.