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Blues artist Brock Stonefish is a member of the Moravian Delaware Nation of The Thames.
In 2007, he performed with his four peice Blues Band at the Toronto International Beaches Jazz Festival.
Brock returned in 2008 to open for Crystal Shawanda at Toronto's Kanata Day Celebration, and performed as part of the Manhattan Blues Night for New York City's Indian Summer 2008. The same year he was showcased on the award-winning television series Rez Bluez.
In 2009 Brock performed the Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest sharing the stage with Lynyrd Skynyrd, KISS, Tragically Hip, and Our Lady Peace, among others.
Early in 2010 Brock took his guitar to Wemindji on James Bay and taught songwriting in high school classrooms as part of the Strategic Plan for the Cree Health Board.
At the First Annual Aboriginal History Month Kick-off in 2010, in Toronto's Dundas Square, headliner Brock Stonefish was well-received by thousands of aboriginal and non-aboriginal spectators.