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Brian Wright-McLeod

Widely recognized as the authority on Native music, Brian Wright-McLeod (Dakota/Anishnabe) is a Toronto-based author, artist, producer, archivist, and educator. His radio work resulted in The Encyclopedia of Native Music and the companion three-CD Soundtrack of a People [EMI Music Canada] which were the basis for the Smithsonian Institute’s Native music exhibit Up Where We Belong and the documentary film Rumble, which earned three 2018 Canadian Screen Awards. Brian has lectured internationally, worked as a music consultant for film, television, and recording projects. He served on the Juno Awards Aboriginal Music Committee and helped establish the Native American music category for the Grammy Awards. He teaches Indigenous music at Centennial College and Indigenous media at York University.

Books By Brian Wright-McLeod