Ukrainian Roots Music in Canada

In the 1970s Canada embraced multiculturalism. Ukrainians, like other ethnic groups, were proud to display their traditional culture as a way of establishing a unique identity. Beginning in Montreal with the group Rushnychok, bands incorporated more contemporary musical styles, singing newly composed lyrics, using Ukrainian imagery in packaging, and appealing to urban tastes.
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