Samantha Cooper is a session musician, youth songwriting guide, songwriter/producer, and water protector based on the unceded Anishinaabe territory (MI). Not too long ago, she released a water-conscious tune, entitled, “Let the Wave,” featuring Shara Nova of My Brightest Diamond, Jaike Spotted Wolff of Camp Migizi, Holly T. Bird — attorney and co-executive Director of Title Track, and Frank Bibeau — attorney for Manoomin (Wild Rice) — the lead plaintiff in a historic rights of nature case that’s currently unfolding in Minnesota.
Samantha Cooper – “Let the Wave” single
“Let the Wave” is a single for the Water is Life movement. The song was made possible in part by a grant from the Kalamazoo Arts Council, home of Enbridge’s 2010 Kalamazoo River Oil Spill. Also, this single was made to honor the water protectors resisting the line 3 and 5 pipelines, among other fossil fuel projects.
Samantha Cooper’s voice is a gentle force. Her songs speak for their sound; from contemplative respites to keen PSA’s. Samantha became one of over 900 defendants in the stop line 3 struggle this past summer.
“Let the Wave” single
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