Entries by Mejia

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Buffy is honoured to perform at the opening weekend ceremonies (Sept. 19 and 20) for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR). Buffy will join the performer list of Canada’ s celebrated musicians including Bruce Cockburn, A Tribe Called Red, Marie-Pierre Arthur, Shad, and Ashley MacIsaac. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first […]

Buffing up on Buffy Contest!

From Sunday, January 12 to Sunday, January 26, enter the Buffing up on Buffy contest and you could win one of two signed Buffy Sainte Marie albums! It’s simple. Each day a new Buffy song lyric will be posted on Facebook, and we want you to guess which song it’s from. Make sure to “Like” […]

Buffy Sainte-Marie art exhibit at Gurevich Fine Art

Buffy’s Sixteen Million Colours: “The reality of the situation is that we are not all dead and stuffed in some museum with the dinosaurs: we are here in the digital age. To me, a Macintosh is a natural and easy to learn tool, and it belongs in the hands of our beadworkers and powwow singers, […]

Buffy Sainte-Marie biography by Blair Stonechild

Buffy Sainte-Marie: It’s My Way by Blair Stonechild, Ph.D Fifth House Publishers | Sept 30, 2012 Buffy Sainte-Marie is a symbol of the free expression movement of the 1960s and her powerful songs inspired countless people seeking hope and change. Her life has been one of transitions; from songwriter to famous intellectually-oriented folk and protest […]