About Ed

Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and story-teller, Ed Peekeekoot is a skilled and seasoned performer. He has a timeless kind of cool that appeals to audiences of all ages. Ed’s performances go from blazing guitar work to foot stomping fiddle and haunting Native flute – all sprinkled with his Cree humor and philosophy. He takes people on a wildly varied musical journey from country folk to a touch of classical and jazz.

Hire Ed Peekeekoot for Concerts, Festivals, Conferences, Retreats & Wellness Gatherings, Dances, Corporate and Private Events, School Performances and Workshops.

Visual Art

Ed's visual arts come in a variety of mediums including; wood and stone carvings; clay sculptures; oil paintings; and pencil drawings. Regularly emerging themes in Ed's works are family groupings, spirit beings, plants, birds, and animals. Recently, Ed has been commissioned to do carvings to honour particular people.  

School Programs

Ed Peekeekoot is a gifted and very experienced musician, storyteller, and artist from the Ahtahkakoop Cree First Nation in Saskatchewan. Now living on Vancouver Island in BC, Ed has performed for many years in schools and festivals across Canada and the US. 

Ed has a gentle sense of humour and appeals to people of all ages. He brings calmness and peace with him and has been security cleared for working with children and vulnerable populations. 

Ed has released 5 CDs and many of the illustrations for a Cree history book that led him to explore the history of his people more deeply. He has appeared on APTN many times and has been featured in a documentary series. Ed’s paintings and carvings are in collections around the world.



 

Video

Ed Peekeekoot performs Malagueña
Local guitarist Ed Peekeekoot's version of Maleguena. Look at his fingers. Awesome musician.
APTN Ed Peekeekoot Profile - Beat of the Drum, etc. (Re-uplo...
A talented Aboriginal singer/songwriter/guitarist/flutist from Vancouver Island, B.C. who's humble, ...
One man Duelling banjos
Ed Peekeekoot doing both parts at the same time! Very cool!
Ed Peekeekoot - Flute
Recorded at Duncan Showroom - March 20,2020 ...
Ed Peekeekoot "Jiggin" Live
7th Annual Aboriginal Music Festival, Saskatoon Saskatoon
Ed Peekeekoot
Ed Peekeekoot, Elko Cowboy Poetry Gathering, January 2013
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Support Ed

 

Do you love Ed’s work? Want to help him create new music and art? 

Please consider donating via PayPal. Every little bit is greatly appreciated!


Thank you so much!


Contact Ed

info@peekeekoot.ca

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