Born and raised an "Indigenous Cowgirl" in the great muskeg of Northern Alberta, Bebe Buckskin; a Cree/Metis artist, is the embodiment of Northern grit and soul. Classic blues - rock, swamp - soul is the term that best describes the anchor of her music, with infusions that skim upon outlaw country, folk and R&B. This ex-rodeo queen swamp woman is unafraid to bare her raw intensity on stage, making for a riveting and authentic performance. Velvety robust vocals paired with a soulfully dynamic band, floats the listener away on a journey through soundscapes of nostalgic inspirations. Deep dense decadence for the senses.
"Making her way from the bush of Northern Alberta, Bebe Buckskin, a Nêhiyaw singer song-writer and matriarch, cultivates a delightful fusion of rhythm & blues, classic rock and soulful roots that warm the hearts of all who hear her perform. She is the power through song we’ve all been waiting for..." - Indigenous Resilience In Music.
"Bebe Buckskin’s forceful voice blasts the ear over classic rock-inspired blues tunes to devastating effect. Her pipes have a massive bombast complemented by a rough-around-the-edges crackle that keeps her lofty singing bound to the earth. It’s no stretch to call her a timeless talent with a promising future." - Sled Island.
"Asiskiy" (meaning, "Dirt", in Cree) is the title of her upcoming sophomore EP, set to be released in the Fall of 2019. She plans to return to Fame Studios (where she previously recorded a single) in Muscle Shoals, Alabama; to complete her first full-length LP in the late Autumn of 2019 with her band.