Langenburg’s Jess Moskaluke will be performing at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards in Saskatoon September 10.
The 27 year old is the 2017 JUNO Award winner (Country Album of the Year), and had the #1 Most Played Song in Canadian country radio in 2016 (Take Me Home).
She was the first Canadian female country artist to have a song in the Top 5 since 2008 and the first female Canadian country solo artist since Shania Twain to achieve platinum single status (with her hit track “Cheap Wine and Cigarettes”), she was also the top spun Canadian female artist at radio for the second consecutive year in 2016. A 2017 SOCAN Award winner, she is the three-time consecutive CCMA Award Female Artist of the Year.
The CCMA also announced Dean Brody and Brett Kissel will perform at the event which will go at SaskTel Centre as well.