Indian City is the brainchild of Vince Fontaine, best-known for his multi-award winning band Eagle & Hawk. The creative concept and vision for Indian City began to take shape in Fontaine’s mind a few years ago, with the idea to bring together a diverse group of talented artists to create a fusion of modern pop and rock blended with Indigenous themes and traditional sounds.
Indian City brings to life music that stretches across the colorful landscape of pop, alternative rock, creatively fused with indigenous imagery. Drawing their inspiration from urban indigenous themes, Indian City captures it all with themes and lyrics that touch all aspects of the heart throbbing emotion of city life.
The result is a musical collaboration featuring tracks by powerful vocalist Pamela Davis, the distinct vocals of William Prince and award winning vocalist Don Amero. The band is rounded out by Fontaine on guitar and vocals, Neewa Mason on vocals and percussion, drummer Steven Broadhurst, bass player Atik Mason, keyboardist Gerry Atwell.
Indian City also features the distinct traditional vocals of Ray “Coco” Stevenson. Coco is one of the most respected singers on the powwow trail and brings over twenty years of experience and commitment to the community.
Look for some red hot fun from Indian City.
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