Young Medicine
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Discography

Edge of Shadow-Curt Young
MBC Radio-Running Away tonight, Bannock hits the Floor, Crazy, Native Man, Text Me
CBC Radio: Native Man, Running Away Tonight, Text Me
NCI Radio: Running Away Tonight, Crazy

2012 to be released:
-Situation Unfoldz
-Instrumental Flute Album

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Bio

Curt Young, is a Blues Rock artist, singer/songwriter and musician. He belongs to the Saulteaux-Cree First
Nation from Saskatchewan; Curt has been playing guitar for over twenty years and also plays bass, drums, cedar
flute, piano, and harmonica. In 2005 he started writing his personal stories and was published. From the support
and encouragement he received, his love of playing & his writing, evolved into songwriting. Curt's passion for
communicating with an audience and being in front of a crowd showed his natural gift of entertainment. He is a
2010 nominee for Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards for Best Blues and the Canadian Aboriginal Music
Awards for Best blues album for his first cd. He has been recently highlighted in SAY magazine, New Tribe, and
102.7 Co-op Radio, Aboriginal Voices Radio, and CBC Radio. Curt’s now performed in over 400 shows around the
globe; including the: CP Spirit Train Olympic Tour which stopped in every major city across Canada; in Harbin,
China, Gathering of Nations, Albuquerque, New Mexico, & Cuzco, Peru. Curt has had the opportunity to open up
for many talented artists such as Colin James, Oscar Lopez and many others.
Jamie Medicine Crane is an educator, dancer, model, fashion designer and musician. She belongs to
Kainai/Piikani of the Blackfoot Nation of Alberta. She has a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree and
Bachelor of Education Degree. In 2003, Jamie was selected as Miss Kainai/Lethbridge and was one of the first
Native women to run in Miss Universe Canada, she was awarded Miss Congeniality; later that year she received
the title Miss Blackfoot Canada. Jamie has been recognized by the YWCA with a Young Women of Distinction
Award, from the Alberta Colleges- Provincial Award for Creating Excellence, from the Institute for Advancing
Aboriginal Women-Esquao Award-Woman of Distinction. Jamie has become an advocate for women and
children since she was quite young. In July 2007 Jamie was chosen to represent Canada in the YWCA’s World
council held in Nairobi, Kenya, Africa. She met over 2000 women from around the globe and had the chance to
unite to countries, Africa and Canada while she performed her Native Dance to the Mosai drums. She currently
sits on the YWCA National Board of Directors, as a Vice-President, she is also the president for the First Nations
Métis & Inuit (FNMI) Education Council for Alberta Teacher’s Association. Jamie has been teaching for 6 years
and is currently the FNMI Lead Teacher for her school division. She has had the opportunity to travel and
perform on many stages across Canada, United States, Africa, and Peru, sharing it with many talented artists.