“…a voice clear as a bell, reminiscent of Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell.” — Lindencult Times, Germany
“Someone who truly makes a positive difference with her work and art.” — DittyTV
Amanda Rheaume is an award-winning Métis singer-songwriter with a gifted ability to take the personal and make it universal, drawing upon her own experience to deliver messages that truly resonate.
She sings rootsy, guitar-driven ballads that introduce crucial dimensions to the world of Americana music and Heartland Rock. In a genre characterized by anthems of underdogs, assumptions and unfair advantages, Rheaume radically expands the boundaries, geographic and cultural, to make space for new perspectives on resistance and resilience. In addition to being a Citizen of the Métis Nation and an active and proud member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, Rheaume’s (she/her) music is indeed from the heart, and the land.
She comes from a long line of tireless, transformational organizers and activists, and carries this lineage forward in her ever-growing role as an important builder of Indigenous music infrastructure and community. The goal of raising Indigenous sovereignty in the music industry drives all of Rheaume’s work.
Rheaume has released 5 full-length albums over a period of 15 years, a self-managed career that has traveled countless tours and milestones. Come see a powerhouse of an artist, fully comfortable in her own skin, both personally and musically.