Photo Memorabilia

Los Angeles, Ca. circa 1978

Lynn & Clayton Cheechoo


Photo, Paul McLeod, 2002.

Cree Village Ecolodge May 2, 2013. photo Greta Malisi

Rehersing at home with Mom and Dad Cheechoo (James and Daisy)

Drum Workshops at Ministik School, 2009

Ministik School  Primary Choir sings "Oh Canada"  in Cree, * Remembrance Day Ceremonies, November 2013.

Round dance at Ministik School


Accompanied by the gifted Concertina player and Ethnomusicologist, Frances Wilkens of Scotland.

"An evening with the Fiddlers" at the John R. Delaney Youth Centre, Moose Factory, 2013.


Marlon sings on his  Hand drum

An interactive Musical presentation with Shemique Blairs talented and super cool grade 7s at DDECS Mar.26/19

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   Garbo's, Toronto, 1984.

Nominated  Best Vocal Duo at  Toronto's Casby Awards , 1985.

Promo pic with Carl Harvey (guitar), Charles Sinclair (bass), Paul Douglas (drums),  Eddie Bullen, (keyboard,) Carl Otway,( percussions & background vocals,) 1986.

 Canadian Reggae Music Award -Top Duo & Best Video,  Black Music Awards, (BMAC) Toronto, 1985.

"Higher  Love"  is Nominated for a Juno Award for Best Reggae Single of the Year, 1985.


 Syren at the Diamond Club in Toronto, performing with Jerry Mercer of April Wine on percussion, Clayton, bass. 1993.


It was a  great honor to sing background vocals that evening with  the late Floyd Red Crow  Westerman.

Syren performs at Lee's Palace in Toronto with  the late Marde Lucier Porte (guitar) Eric Roberts (drums)  & Clayton (bass), 1992 

"Let Them Live" video shoot in Toronto with  bassist Clayton and   guitarist Marde Lucier Porte, 1991. ~ Cinematographer, Ed Bianci.


At the NFB release of "Outside the Sweatlodge"  Musical soundtrack by  Syren, LtoR Lea, Clay, myself

Toronto, 1991.

At "The Bodega",  Long Beach California,  with Lea and guitarist David Wood.

circa 1977.

The Harper Sisters ~ Dave Wood and Lea (top) Guitar, vox, Gregory Lee Fitzpatrick vox, guitar, and the late Marty Kolesnyk (keys)

early 70's

~ Crazy David's Little Filmore" ~ Yorkville , Toronto, circa 1969