Winston Wuttunee
Winston Wuttunee (Eagle Tail Feather), a Cree entertainer from the eagle hills of Saskatchewan has performed extensively in Canada, the United States, the Middle East, England, France, Germany, and Austria for the past 25 years.

He has performed solo at many folk festivals across Canada, the North West Territories and the Yukon.

Winston Wuttunee

Winston Wuttunee in 1975
Strumming his "ovation classical acoustic electrified" guitar

Wuttunee has appeared on many television and radio specials in Canada, Europe, and the United States. He has starred in three movies. Two movies produced by Duke Redbird of Toronto and shown on CBC... He Who Sees Upside Down and The New Ghost Dancers. A third movie, Winston has the starring role as Henry in Flat Mountain Tax Tales produced at Whitehorse, Yukon in 1995 for CBC.

Since 1960, his performances in schools, universities, friendship centers, conference centers, theatres and for First Nations number into the hundreds and has led Winston in producing 10 cassettes:

  • 4 Children's
  • 1 Comedy
  • 3 Cultural
  • 1 Country
  • 1 Christmas

also to Winston's credit is 3 videos

  • Teaching of the Drum
  • Teachings of the Eagle Feather
  • Story of the Song and Dance

Wuttunee has contributed music to books with the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre (College), the Saskatchewan Metis people, and the Cree/Ojibway Cultural Center at Timmons, Ontario. Winston Wuttunee appears in the Canadian English Dictionary of Music as a prominent Native performer/cultural contributor. He has established cultural curriculums for kindergarten through post-secondary levels.

Winston's popular singing workshops consist of

  • Holistic Teaching of the Drum
  • Eagle Feather and the Medicine Wheel

Winston Wuttunee is an original, culturally motivated entertainer, comedian, songwriter, recording artist, presenter, auctioneer, writer, actor, educator, and eemcee.

Links: (click on X in top right corner of outside link to return to photo gallery)

Wuttunee Returns to Institute New Course

Music Program Begins for Indian Children

Wuttenee Captivates Audience

Music Course Developed by Indian College

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