Moody x 2
Moody x 2 is Cree sister duo from Nelson House, Manitoba. Natashia and Alexandria Moodie started singing at nine and ten years of age. They were motivated to sing by performing with Buffy St. Marie.
At a young age, Moody x 2 sang across North America. They made history by singing Oh Canada in Cree at the Toronto Blue Jays game in 1999. Their music is about their Indigenous ancestry, beliefs and healing. Moody x 2 sang at the Canada Summer Games in Brandon, MB, and at the World Juniors in Selkirk, MB.
Moody x 2 recorded 3 albums. The group has shared the stage with Tom Jackson, Susan Auglugark, Keith Scola and The Wild Band of Indians, Highway 101, Black Hawk, Little Texas, Honeymoon Suite and The Stampeders. Natashia Moodie started singing with a band called Driven Under, later Breaking the Silence and X-Status – she is also a License Practical Nurse. Alexandria Moodie received the International Society of Poet’s award in 2006.
Moody x 2’s message is “It’s never too late for anything,” and “Believe in yourself and never give up.”