Langenburg’s Jess Moskaluke is up for a Juno Award.
She has been nominated for best country album for “Kiss Me Quiet.” It is the 3rd nomination for Moskaluke.
There were some other Saskatchewan names as the nominees were announced.
Andy Shauf, Colin James and Kacy & Clayton were named in several categories.
Shauf, who grew up in Bienfait, Sask., was nominated for breakthrough artist of the year, recording engineer of the year and adult alternative album of the year for The Party.
Colin James — who was born in Regina, Sask. — was nominated for blues album of the year for Blue Highways. This is his 17th nomination. James has won six Junos throughout his career.
Kacy & Clayton — who are second cousins — grew up in the Wood Mountain Uplands region of southern Saskatchewan.
They were nominated for their contemporary roots album of the year, Strange Country.
The Junos will be handed out in Ottawa in April.