A silhouetted bronze sculpture of Poseidon frames the illuminated main entrance to the Detroit Institute of Arts during Detroit's annual Delectricity festival of lights. Stretching along Woodward Avenue through the heart of Detroit's Cultural Center the celebration is a growing and popular two-night event.
DISCUSSING ALL THINGS DETROIT-WINDSOR SINCE 1999
Never seen the video, but the song is often used as the lead in on the Michigan Out-of-Doors television show.
Did they get Gordon Lightfoot out of carbon freeze or something?!
Thanks, now I got that song stuck in my head.
They remembered to recognize Michepiishoo! Note that, Nain Rouge!
Love the lines in Anishinaabemowin, too. Acknowledgment is good.
Haha. What a weird song. It's definitely catchy. MOD has been trying to get a new generation of Michiganders interested in fishing and hunting, but it's a little grisly to watch these kids with dead bucks and all happy and smiling. And then to hear that gay-ass song at the end. Haha. I do like that one line, though: "Ask me where I'm from and I'll show you my hand."
Second that, Gazhekwe!