Gator Beaulieu

Blues Country Honky Tonk Indigenous

Gator Beaulieu

About

Bio in English

Gator Beaulieu is a Country Singer/Songwriter from Ebb and Flow First Nation with roots in Sandy Bay First Nation, Manitoba.

 

Gator’s authentic country music style interweaves his love of ballads, blues, rock, folk and Indigenous styles of music. You can hear the influences of Gator’s favourite musicians Merle Haggard, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Johnny Cash and Bob Marley in the songs he writes about the things he knows. love, loss, good times and overcoming addiction and the pride he has in his heritage and family. In addition to Singing and playing the guitar, Gator also plays a multitude of instruments including harmonica, bass, hand drum and Indigenous style Flute. He is a natural showman and incorporates professional performing experiences with pow-wow, theatre and dance to connect with and entertain his audiences.

 

Beaulieu recently took Downtown Montreal’s Main Stage by storm at the Presence Autochtone | Montréal First People’s Festival as he made his Quebec debut.

 

Gator has released two songs “Hard Hearted Woman” and “Highway Number Six”. Beaulieu collaborated with Billy Joe Green to record Hard Hearted Woman and the single reached #1 on the Indigenous Music Countdown. The Official Music Video for Highway Number Six was released in May 2021 and has received positive press and feedback.

 

Bio in French

 

Biographie Gator Beaulieu est un auteur-compositeur-interprète country de la Première nation Ebb and Flow qui a ses racines dans la Première nation de Sandy Bay, au Manitoba. Le style de musique country authentique de Gator mêle son amour des ballades, du blues, du rock, du folk et des styles de musique autochtones. Vous pouvez entendre les influences des musiciens préférés de Gator, Merle Haggard, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Johnny Cash et Bob Marley dans les chansons qu'il écrit sur les choses qu'il connaît . l'amour, la perte, les bons moments et surmonter la dépendance et la fierté qu'il a de son héritage et de sa famille. En plus de chanter et de jouer de la guitare, Gator joue également une multitude d'instruments, notamment l'harmonica, la basse, le tambour à main et la flûte de style autochtone. Il est un showman naturel et intègre des expériences de performances professionnelles avec des pow-wow, du théâtre et de la danse pour se connecter et divertir son public. Beaulieu a récemment pris d'assaut la scène principale du centre-ville de Montréal au Présence Autochtone | Festival des Premiers Peuples de Montréal alors qu'il faisait ses débuts au Québec. Gator a sorti deux chansons "Hard Hearted Woman" et "Highway Number Six". Beaulieu a collaboré avec Billy Joe Green pour enregistrer Hard Hearted Woman et le single a atteint la première place du compte à rebours de la musique autochtone. Le clip officiel de Highway Number Six est sorti en mai 2021 et a reçu de la presse et des commentaires positifs.

 

Gator Beaulieu is an Anishinaabe Country Singer from Ebb and Flow First Nation in Treaty 2 Territory and Sandy Bay First Nation in Treaty 1 Territory, Manitoba, Canada.

Beaulieu's OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO for his latest single "Highway Number Six" is now availble on Youtube. 

"Hard Hearted Woman", a single Gator had collaborated with blues great Billy Joe Green recently hit #1 on the Indigenous Music Countdown that's airs on NCI FM The Spirit of Manitoba and aired on Sirus XM every Saturday.

Follow Gator on all social media platforms and his Manitoba Music Website for opportunities to experience the music of “The Gator Beaulieu Band” on a stage near you  that you do not want to miss.

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

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

Highway Number Six by Gator Beaulieu

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