Buffy Sainte-Marie has introduced that she’s retiring from stay performances.

An announcement asserting her resolution cited elements together with travel-induced well being issues and performance-inhibiting bodily challenges.

“I’ve made the tough resolution to tug out of all scheduled performances within the foreseeable future,” Sainte-Marie mentioned within the assertion. “Arthritic arms and a current shoulder damage have made it not doable to carry out to my requirements.

“Honest regrets to all my followers and household, my band and the assist groups that make all of it doable.”

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The legendary singer-songwriter, who’s in her early 80s, urged in September that performances in Ottawa and Vancouver had been a part of what she mentioned was “in all probability going to be her final tour.”

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Sainte-Marie, in an interview with The Canadian Press on the time, mentioned she was reducing again on flying, which means fewer appearances, following a tough summer time that included a bout with COVID-19 and being stranded no less than twice as airways skilled numerous delays and cancellations.

“I’m not saying that I’m by no means going to carry out once more,” she had mentioned. “It’s not like: ‘She’s going to retire.’ I’m not within the enterprise world. I’ve retired many occasions with out ever calling it retirement.

“I’m simply going to hold it up.”

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An upcoming music competition in British Columbia has already introduced plans to exchange her.

The Metropolis of Burnaby mentioned in a press release that American indie-folk band Fleet Foxes will take Sainte-Marie’s spot within the Burnaby Blues + Roots Competition, which takes place Aug. 12.

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The Cree artist and activist has roots within the Qu’Appelle Valley in Saskatchewan and was adopted by an American household from Massachusetts.

In 1982, Sainte-Marie turned the primary Indigenous individual to win an Oscar as co-writer of “Up The place We Belong” for the film “An Officer and a Gentleman.”

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