After an incredible weekend performing at Boots & Hearts Music Festival, Eric Ethridge announced that he and fellow Canadian country artist Kalsey Kulyk are engaged!
According to the announcement put out from Anthem Entertainment Group, this power-couple headed to beautiful Banff, Alberta to celebrate Kalsey’s birthday. They had spent the morning in the hot tubs on the roof of their hotel watching the sunrise. Eric mentioned that he had found a lookout that provided a breathtaking view that he wanted to check out. They went to go check it out, and that’s where it happened.
Kalsey turned around to find Eric down on one knee.
“I couldn’t even say yes because I was crying so hard, so I just nodded up and down a bunch of times…it was the best day/birthday ever! I am so excited to spend the rest of my life with the love of my life,” says Kalsey. Eric adds, “Kalsey would always tell me that she’s a very hard person to surprise, and so, of course, I’m going to take it upon myself to try and make my proposal to her the biggest surprise ever! After several planned (and failed) proposal attempts, I was able to convince her to go to Banff for her birthday… needless to say, she was definitely surprised! Not only is Kalsey an incredible person, but she is my best friend. I’m so grateful that I get to spend the rest of my days loving her.”
The ring is beautiful, and the story of the proposal is so cute! Here’s the announcement on Kalsey’s Instagram profile:
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He asked, I said YES ! You are the most loving, caring, kind and amazing man I’ve ever met. Grateful doesn’t even come close to how lucky I feel everyday that you’re in my life. Thank you @ericethridgemusic for showing me how love is meant to be. I’m so excited that I get to spend the rest of my days loving you. ❤️ • • • • • • • • • • • #love #inlove #grateful #gratitude #forever
We want to send a heartfelt message of congratulations to this couple.
In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.