About Mz Goose

Leanne is from Canada's Western Arctic town of Inuvik, Northwest Territories. Eclectic entertainer; multi-nominated singer song writer, musician, producer and story-teller.  Her range of music genres is not limited to Roots Country and Blues with that soul-shout voice. Leanne’s music is a combination of storytelling set to folk/country-blues and influences of  her Inuvialuit and Dene culture. Her style is a reflection of the land and people she calls home, big, bold and ready for adventure.

Leanne grew up playing music with her father Louie and learned to manage the band on and off stage. She's a dedicated manager, advocate, and musicologist of Indigenous northern music. Leanne has worked with the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre Mentorship Program. Served as Director, and Exectuive Director of Music NWT, President and Producer of the End of the Road Music Festival, as well as various arts organizations, committees. She is a resource for emerging artists and consultant in her extensive Indigenous artist network.

Ms. Goose is currently working on her undergrad from MacEwan University in Professional Communications (Class of 2019). In 2017 she earned her Associates Degree (Dean's List) in Arts and Cultural Management. Leanne is constantly creating, so keep your eye on the horizon for this Northern WOman.

Listen

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  1. 1 WAR CRY 03:54 Info Free
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  2. 2 After the Lights 03:35 Lyrics
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  3. 3 Never Been Loved Before 03:26 Lyrics
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  4. 4 Never Forget 05:06 Info
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  5. 5 Rock Me 03:16 Lyrics
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  6. 6 She Prays 03:45 Lyrics
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  7. 7 Somedays 02:42 Lyrics
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  8. 8 Tattered 03:14 Lyrics Free
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  9. 9 You're No Damn Good 02:58
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  10. 10 This Time 02:59 Lyrics
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  11. 11 Left 03:30 Lyrics
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  12. 12 Blue Moon of Kentucky 02:10
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  13. 13 11. Never Forget 05:06 Lyrics
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  14. 14 Dear Dad 04:01 Lyrics
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  15. 15 Somedays-Acoustic Bonus Track 02:41
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Suggested Reading:

Ms. Goose is featured in
"Heartbeat, Warble and the Electric
PowWow-American Indian Music
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Written by Craig Harris, 2016


"When They Awake" 2017 Documentary by Longyerbyen Media and The Circle Group

This Time Album Nominations:
2014 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards - Best Country Album
2013 Radio Nation Canadian Artist of the Year
2013 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards - Female Entertainer of the Year
2013 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards - Best Producer

Got You Covered Album Nominations:

2012 Radio Nation Canadian Artist of the Year
2012 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards - Best Producer
2011 Native American Music Awards - Best Country Album
2011 Native American Music Awards - Best Female Artist
2011 North American Indigenous Image Awards - Outstanding Country Recording
2011 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards - Best Country Album

Anywhere Album Nominations:
2009 Native American Music Awards - Best Pop Recording
2009 Indian Summer Music Awards - Best Classic Rock Album
2008 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards - Best Rock Album
2008 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards - Best Album Cover Design
2008 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards - Best Rock Album

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