Save the Last Round Dance for Me
Originally from the Long Point First Nation in Quebec, Canada, singer and songwriter Kevin Chief now makes his home in Ottawa. He is known as a respected pow-wow singer and traditional dancer from the Algonquin Nation. For the last few years Kevin has been engaging in a new style of singing and song of round dance singing. Rhonda comes from the Turtle Clan of the Oneida Nation of the Thames located in Southern Ontario. She now makes her home in Ottawa. Rhonda grew up actively participating in the socials and many ceremonies of the Haudenausaunee. She is very passionate about her culture and enjoys singing longhouse social songs on the waterdrum and hand drumming with other women. Other interest include sewing, beading, jingle dress dancing and travelling the pow-wow trail with her family. She enjoys sharing these passions with all those around her.