Gator Beaulieu

Blues Country Honky Tonk Indigenous

Gator Beaulieu

About

Gator Beaulieu is Canadian Country Singer with roots from Ebb and Flow First Nation in Treaty 2 Territory and Sandy Bay First Nation located in Treaty 1 Territory. 
 

His authentic style of music interweaves his love of country ballads, blues and honky tonk sounds inspired by real life.You can hear the influences when Gator writes about the things he knows. family, friends, love, loss, good times and bad times.
 

Gator has currently released two singles, both have received positive press and feedback. Beaulieu collaborated with Bluesman Billy Joe Green and released “Hard Hearted Woman”   which went #1 on the Indigenous Music Countdown on NCI FM in May, 2021. 
 

His second single release earned Beaulieu a nomination for a Native American Music Choice Award 2022 in the Best Country Music Video category for “Highway Number Six” which debuted in May, 2021.
 

Gator was invited to Montreal, Quebec to perform for the Presence Autochtone | Montréal First People’s Festival in August, 2021 where he made his Montréal festival debut.
 

In addition to singing and playing guitar, Gator also plays a multitude of instrumentsi including harmonica and Flute. He is a natural showman and incorporates professional performing experiences with life, pow-wow, theater and dance to connect with and entertain his audiences.
An active member of the music community, Beaulieu remains busy with live and virtual concerts/performances as well as facilitating workshops and delivering keynote presentations

Gator Beaulieu is an Anishanaabe man residing  in WInnipeg, Manitoba with roots from Ebb and Flow First Nation and Sandy Bay FIrst Nation located on Treaty 1 and Treaty 2 Territories. 

His authentic style of music interweaves his love of country ballads, blues and honky tonk sounds inspired by real life.You can hear the influences when Gator writes about the things he knows. family, friends, love, loss, good times and bad times.

Gator has currently released two singles, both have received positive press and feedback. Beaulieu collaborated with Bluesman Billy Joe Green and released “Hard Hearted Woman”   which went #1 on the Indigenous Music Countdown on NCI FM in May, 2021. 

His second single release earned Beaulieu a nomination for a Native American Music Choice Award 2022 in the Best Country Music Video category for “Highway Number Six” which debuted in May, 2021.

Gator was invited to Montreal, Quebec to perform for the Presence Autochtone | Montréal First People’s Festival in August, 2021 where he made his Montréal festival debut.

In addition to singing and playing guitar, Gator also plays a multitude of instrumentsi including harmonica and Flute. He is a natural showman and incorporates professional performing experiences with life, pow-wow, theater and dance to connect with and entertain his audiences.

An active member of the music community, Beaulieu remains busy with live and virtual concerts/performances as well as facilitating workshops and delivering keynote presentations

Contact

Name
Gator Beaulieu
Address
Winnipeg MB Canada
Email
Websites
www.gatorbeaulieumusic.com/

Listen

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"Highway Number Six"

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"Hard Hearted Woman" from Billy Joe Green and Friends

Watch

Gator Beaulieu’s Official Music Video for “Highway Number Six” by Gator Beaulieu

Highway Number Six by Gator Beaulieu

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