HEADSTONES one of Canada’s biggest and well established bands will be headlining the Legacy 420 Indigenous Cannabis Musicfest. Headstones are a Canadian punk inﬂuenced alternative rock band that began in 1987 in Kingston and were active until 2003, subsequently reforming in 2011. The band consists of vocalist Hugh Dillon, guitarist Trent Carr and bassist Tim White.
Considered to be the Godfather of PowWowStep, DJ-producer Shub continues to pioneer a growing genre of electronic music. Born Dan General, Shub began his career with nationally-acclaimed electronic music trio A Tribe Called Red, performing across North American stages with some of the biggest recording artists in today’s industry and winning a Juno Award in 2014.
We are thrilled to have Howie Miller as MC for the Legacy 420 Indigenous Cannabis Musicfest.
Howie Miller is one of the funniest corporate and club comedians in North America.
He is a First Nation Descendant of the Cree Nation and was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta.
Juno Award winner Murray Porter.
Murray Porter’s music has an instantly recognizable sound. The Mohawk piano player from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory brings his culture and history to the masses through his music.
With a mix of blues, country, and humour, Porter’s gravelly, soulful voice sings not only of the history and contemporary stories of the Indigenous Peoples of North America, but also universal themes of love, lost and found.
Logan is fresh off his win on The Launch. Staats was chosen out of 10,000 applicants to be featured on the inaugural season of the series, and was mentored by Canadian country megastar Shania Twain. The song that Staats performed is called The Lucky Ones, and was written by Grammny nominated songwriter busbee.
The Lucky Ones topped the Canadian charts as the number one song in the country the day after the release.
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