Indigal is the Canadian Female Independent Artist Collective. We create music for charity--and this year, our project is Canada 150 in support of Humber River Hospital Foundation, Toronto!
Your contributions not only go directly to the Foundation, but will be put towards the cost of recording, producing and publishing the album:
What better opportunity to make a musical statement than during Canada's 150th birthday year!
Indigal is a Toronto-based indie artist collective of female singers who have gathered with a group of multi instrumentalist musicians to create "Canadiana" - celebrating the best of Canadian music with an "indie" twist. Indigal combines members from several Toronto bands to benefit the Humber River Hospital Foundation.
Miriam Drysdale Miriam is a Toronto based singer / actor / improviser, graduate of The Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts and two time Indigal. She has written lyrics for two major Fringe Festival musicals and was recently part of the cast of The North American Tour of Disenchanted (Musical).
Skylar Feiner is an early childhood teacher by profession, and a singer/songwriter who performs in and around Toronto. She is excited to be a part of Indigal this year and is grateful to her friends and family for always supporting her musical endeavors .
Mirian Kay, is a soloist, guitarist and recently returned from a tour in the UK. Her music has gained national and international airplay and she is a returning member of the Indigal project, and brings a strong, sultry vocal and vibrant energy to the Indigal project.
Emily Mac is a Canadian artist, raised in Motown, and compared vocally to Janis Joplin and Etta James. As an award-winning artist, Emily’s music has gained nationwide radio airplay and she was recently nominated for a Toronto Independent Music Award.
Natalie Novak is a director, producer, performer, comedian, musician and Toronto-based filmmaker who brings a palpable energy and vibrant indie vocals to Indigal. She is a founding member of Indigal and has played with Toronto bands "Across The Board" and "The Book Club".
Shaina Silver-Baird is Canadian actress, physical performer, musician and song-writer who fronts the band "Ghost Caravan" and is a returning Indigal member. Shaina brings an incredible combination of rich harmony, powerful vocals and honest storytelling to Indigal.
Elyse Saunders is an award-winning international country artist who has toured her music across Canada and received airplay on global internet and terrestrial radio for her original songs. She co-wrote the song "Rise" about Canadian Olympian Jessica Phoenix, which she performed in Los Angeles this past summer. Elyse has recorded in Nashville and Toronto, and is the newest addition to Indigal. We are excited to add her voice to the project.
Jacqueline Auguste (Executive Producer) is a multi-instrumental musician, producer, song-writer and lead vocalist of the Canadian band, "Across The Board". As Executive Producer of Indigal, Jacqueline conceived the project to showcase the incredible talent of these Canadian Indigals.
Jessica Speziale has been dubbed a “pop rock poet” by Cottage Country Now. Her power- house vocals and electric stage presence add an exciting and energetic edge to the Indigal sound. She recently released her full length debut album "Shine" and is fast emerging as Canada's pop rock queen.
The good thing! We already committed to recording and producing the album in-house with the assistance and support of MC2 Music Media and Across The Board Music Canada. These two musical ventures have come together to create this album in preparation for the campaign--the meat of the project---the singing, the playing, the arranging, the video shoots, the promotional materials, the website, the social media profiles--all of this is already in place---the songs have been delivered to our mastering house and we are waiting for your approval, support and funding of the publishing part of the project--help us make this a physical and digital reality! Let's bring Indigal "Canadiana" to the country, to the world! We have such incredible Canadian talent--what better than to listen to up and coming Canadian artists cover the tried and true Canadian icons
If you cannot contribute directly to the campaign--if you are too young to have your own money, or if you are tight for cash--you can always support us by sharing this campaign with your friends and family--email them a link--recommend us to co-workers who might be interested in our album as a gift for a friend or loved one, or interested in funding our cause--and Humber River Hospital Foundation.Just use the Indiegogo share tools!