Cindy's second album, The Flight was met with remarkable reviews and music award nominations which include: Canadian Folk Music Awards for Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year, Native American Music Awards for Female Artist of the Year & Best Folk Recording, Western Canadian Music Awards for Indigenous Artist of the Year, Edmonton Music Awards for Indigenous Recording of the Year and Indian Summer Music Awards for Best Folk Album.  The title track The Flight was also featured on the Native American Music Awards compilation CD Water Is Life in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's efforts to protect their land and water.

Cindy is deeply connected to her Indigenous roots and it shines through in every breath and beat. She truly believes in educating and healing through art and music and her compositions echo the sentiment to never soften your conviction to make others socially comfortable.  With her distinct lyrical metaphors of love bitten with honesty, her passion for sharing her northern stories and her unique neo-folk style sound, Cindy Paul has taken flight into airwaves world wide.


  Stage 49 Gathering of Nations in Albuquerque, NM USA

 

 


 

Cindy Paul is showcasing at the 2018 Folk Alliance Conference in Kansas City, MO



 


 

Opening for the 2017 World Indigenous Games


 

 2017 Music Nominations - Click Logo for more Info! 

 


 

THE FLIGHT is now available for purchase here!

      

 

            

2016 Native American Music Award Nominee

 

 

             Cindy with Taboo (of the Black Eyed Peas) in Salamanca, New York at the 2016 Native American Music Awards. Cindy was nominated for Best Folk Recording. Taboo was inducted in the NAMA Hall of Fame.