Thunder Mountain Singers
Started out singing as a group in the mid 80's and developed into the Thunder Mountain Singers later in the early 90's.
The Thunder Mountain Singers are International recording artists from Thunder Bay, Ontario. They have traveled throughout North America over the past 20 years recorded numerous albums and recently recorded and released their latest album, "One Voice, One Nation."
They received their drum name from the late Margaret Pierre from Fort William First Nation. It was her vision that through the drum the First Nation youth would return to their traditional culture. The Thunder Mountain Singers continue to the share their traditional teachings and songs with the youth.
The Thunder Mountain Singers originate from the James Bay Treaty 9 Area, 1850 Robinson Superior Treaty Area and Treaty 3 Area. They are Ojibway, Saulteaux Ojibway, Oji-Cree and Northern Cree.
Many elders, mentors, groups, organizations and family guided us and provided us with the opportunity to learn, experience and lead to become the Thunder Mountain Singers. We will be forever greatful for all our supporters, families and friends we've made throughout the years.
The Thunder Mountain Singers Family