Mighty mohawks capture country


Mighty Mohawks - Capture Country

Format: LP
Label: Arc A722
Year: 1965
Origin: Caughnawaga Indian Reserve, Québec
Genre: country, First Nations
Keyword:  Mohawk, Caughnawaga
Value of Original Title: $75.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Country & Western, Arc Records, 1960's, Indigenous Canada


Side 1

Track Name
Rose of Old Pawnee
Steel Rail Blues
Half and Half
All Alone

Side 2

Track Name
Joli Jacqueline
The Fugitive
Mule Skinner
Distant Drums
The French Song
Richabucto Shore



Mighty Mohawks - Capture Country

Mighty mohawks capture country

Capture Country


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2008 Marks 50 years of pickin' and a grinnin'

On August 16, 2008 "THE MIGHTY MOHAWKS" hosted a show, at Mohawk Hills Golf Course, In Kahnawake Qc. Special Guest for the show was, local favorite Gary Rice, Brian Moon, and their long time friend, MR. GUITAR - Nashville Recording Artist "RONNIE PROPHET"

In addition to awesome talent, Ronnie Prophet's success in Branson can be directly attributed to his "hands on" style of entertainment. This four-time Canadian Male Vocalist of the Year and a decade spanning recording artist (including 2 Gold albums) teams up with his lovely wife and song partner Glory-Anne. After living in Nashville, Tennessee and touring around the world for over thirty years, the Prophet's found Branson to be the perfect place to showcase their talents.

Never totally severing his northern country roots (editor note: Why should a national treasure be restricted by international borders?), Ronnie, in 1999, was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame during the Canadian Country Music Awards, in honor of his lifetime achievement.

Also in '99, Ronnie and Glory-Anne were awarded the Branson Ambassador Award for their work in promoting Branson as a destination.

George Hill (Caughnawaga Indian Reserve, Québec): guitar, vocals
"Boots" Bernie Goguen (Chatham, New Brunswick): guitar
Vincent Hickey (Tracadie, New Brunswick): guitar
"Princess Moonbeam" Betty Benoit (Clarenceville, Québec): percussion, vocals


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