Indigenous Blues Artist Donita Large Hails the Power of Her Lineage in “Ancestors in My Bones”

Fri Dec 03, 2021

In light of a person’s lineage playing a strong role in the choices they make and the person they become, Indigenous blues singer/songwriter Donita Large pays tribute to the power of her heritage in this, her new world-rock single “Ancestors in My Bones”.

Check out “Ancestors in My Bones” here:

“When in circle and we pray, an Elder will say, ‘Pray in your own way. All beliefs are respected in the circle,’” Donita shares of the song that is certain to speak to those who feel an ancestral connection around the globe. “I want my listeners to know that this prayer is shared with the same intention.”

Indigenous Blues Singer/Songwriter Donita Large is “Going To Walk That Line” with New Single

Fri Jul 16, 2021

An emotionally charged power song for those finding strength to put one foot in front of the other, Saddle Lake First Nation, AB-based Indigenous blues singer/songwriter Donita Large unveils her empowering gospel-esque vocalizations and dynamic lyricism with this, her new single, “Going To Walk That Line” — check out “Going To Walk That Line” on YouTube:

That said, however, gospel does not define this Cree blues-inspired singer-songwriter. If anything, it’s more of the “line” Donita Large has walked in life.

With a singing career that started early on in life, and having so much Métis, country, and gospel music around her, Donita started singing at funerals and weddings early on. Learning how music could be a powerful tool in healing hearts, she decided it was time to branch out.

“I want to share my music, and belt my heart out,” she says. “I am ‘going to walk that line.’”