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Nancy Nash (blues, pop, country)

Nancy Nash is a blues and pop singer, who has recorded and performed both under her birth name and as Sazacha Red Sky. Under the latter name, she garnered a Juno Award nomination for Best Music of Aboriginal Canada Recording at the Juno Awards of 1994.  Initially nominated for her recording of Chief Dan George's "The Prayer Song", the nomination was revised to reflect her album Red Sky Rising after she was accused of cultural appropriation by George's family.  Initially a member of the short-lived dance pop band Touché, she later released a second album and several singles as a solo artist.  In 2015, Nash was the first woman to be inducted into the Edmonton Blues Hall of Fame.

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Natural Born - 1978

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Touche - 1979

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Letting Go - 1982

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