Come join me for my 11th Annual Women’s emPOWER Hour virtual retreat:
Experience a Medicine Song Healing and Reading Circle. I’ll channel a medicine song and sound journey for you to let melt off some of the stress, anxiety and pandemic burnout. At the very least, people walk away from Brenda’s drumming circles without that headache or backache they came in with, or they just feel better in general. Some have walked away with bigger instant healings from these circles, like a pain-free shoulder after several years of bursitis or the sudden confidence to sing loud and proud.
Enjoy a Live Performance of some of my original healing Indigenous hand drum singing and conscious roots reggae fusion music. I can’t wait to sing my latest song “Together We Can Stand Up” for you!
VIRTUAL EVENT DETAILS
When: Monday March 8, 2021 @ 6pm EST / 3pm PST
Where: Virtual Event
VIP SEATS FOR ONLY $10!
The main event is free and open to the public… And I have a limited number of VIP tickets for any of you who contribute $10+ to my personal fundraiser to help me move into a safer, healthier home on March 1st. VIP ticket-holders get:
🔥 To be with me on Zoom (everyone else will watch over YouTube or Facebook)
🔥 Be a Guest at My Virtual After-Party in Zoom for contributors only
🔥 Intimate Q&A with Brenda MacIntyre, Medicine Song Woman
So be ready for some deep healing, beautiful music and fun!
About Brenda MacIntyre, Medicine Song Woman
Known by her Indigenous name Medicine Song Woman, Brenda MacIntyre has shared her evocative melodic voice and fusion of reggae, hip hop and Indigenous hand drum healing music with appreciative audiences of 30 to 3,000 across North America. The Toronto-based Juno Award-winning singer has been featured nationally on MuchMusic, CTV, CP24, APTN and most recently, Global, TVO and the front page of the Toronto Star. She was in the CBC Searchlight 2020 Top 100.
MacIntyre’s music has been featured on CBC Radio and hundreds of other radio stations, garnering top ten status multiple times. After losing her son to murder in 2016, she speaks and sings to create awareness and healing for people affected by grief, chronic pain, identity loss or trauma. Her latest music feel like a roots reggae jam session with Sade, Marcia Griffiths and Buffy Ste. Marie.
Her nominations include the 2019 Johanna Metcalf Performing Arts Prize, and in the past: the Indigenous Music Awards, Canadian Reggae Music Awards, Canadian Folk Music Awards and Canadian Indies. She was also Toronto’s Aboriginal Businesswoman of the Year in 2007.
Brenda MacIntyre’s career began in 1985 when she moved to Toronto after both parents had died in BC. Her first single charted on North Miami’s Top 40 station WPOW 96FM. Her second single “Rock a Talk” was featured on Juno Award-winning compilation CD “The Gathering” (Attic Records).
Performances include the Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival, Toronto Union Station, California State University, Ontario Place and most recently, Music Together Ontario and ANDPVA.
Dedicated to homicide loss survivors and her son Quinn, MacIntyre’s latest album “Picking Up the Pieces” will bring tears to your eyes and a smile to your face, with its message of love, hope and possibility.