Sandra Sutter is a multi-award winning Indigenous Recording Artist and songwriter who explores difficult themes through multiple musical genres and lineups, and is a consummate, flexible professional.
Cree Metis singer-songwriter Sandra Sutter is currently in the studio recording an album anticipated for a fall release while continuing to perform in pop up concerts and online shows. Her 2017 debut album Cluster Stars, is a powerful folk-pop album that explores themes of Indigenous and non-Indigenous dialogue, reconciliation, and women’s empowerment. The album was nominated in four categories at the 2018 Native American Music Awards picking up Best Americana recording and was nominated in four categories at the Indian Summer Music Festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she performed with Eagle and Hawk. She was nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award for Indigenous Songwriter of the Year, a YYC Music Award and 2 Indigenous Music Awards, winning Best Producer/Engineer for Chris Burke-Gaffney and Vince Fontaine's work on Cluster Stars. In 2019 Sutter's poetry was selected for inclusion in YYC Pop, the Calgary Poet Laureate's Legacy project. 2 YYC Music Award nominations for her 2019 2 song release 'Fireside' follow the success of her 2017 release, Cluster Stars. Sutter's performances range from solo singer songwriter shows for intimate crowds to symphonic performances for larger audiences. She is quick to offer humorous anecdotes about her selections and to build bridges of understanding through her music.
Art type: Live Music
Music type: Original Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Home base: Calgary
Appeals most (but not limited) to: Music lovers with an affinity for folk, Americana, soft rock, pop and meaningful lyrics will love Sutter's audience focused style.