Kevin Porter ~ Garden River Ojibway

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Kevin Porter
Kevin Porter

Kevin Porter is from the Garden River Ojibway Nation. He is part of the eagle clan. Culture became a part of his life when George Pine introduced him to the pow wow trail in 1993. Since that time, he has met some amazing people that have inspired him to keep on singing. Gerald Okanee, Kyle Copenace, Nick Hewson, Ryan Gustafson, and Renee Van Nett. Kevin took some time off, but started to sing again in 2009 with Chargin’ Horse. In 2010, Kevin sang with Crazy Spirit and in 2011-2012 with Thunder Mountain. He spent many great nights with Crazy Spirit sidesteppin’ & round dancing. They have been a big part in teaching him the sidestep beat. In 2012, he released his debut sidestep album, Shingwauk (Standing Pine).

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