What a year this has been … But as we all gear up for what will be the quietest holiday season many will ever experience, the Front Porch has put together a Canadian Country soundtrack to get you through a pandemic holiday.
Canadian country artist Jess Moskaluke has earned her first number one single at country radio with her latest single “Country Girls”. Congrats to Jess Moskaluke and her team!
What do you do on a -30 degree Saturday night in Edmonton? You hit up Rogers Place with about 6000 of your closest friends for a hoedown with some of your favourite local country musicians. Paul Brandt brought his The Journey tour to Edmonton on February 2nd with fellow canucks High Valley, Jess Moskaluke and […]
2018 has been a very exciting year for Canadian country music! We saw some amazing new artists come into the scene, some great music from our favourites, and even smashed some records!
The CCMA Awards were this past weekend on Sunday September 9, 2018, and they were electric! The evening started out with a bang with a tribute to Shania Twain performed by Jess Moskaluke, Kira Isabella, and Madeline Merlo – 3 of Canada’s top young female country artists.
The 2018 CCMA Awards are this weekend in Hamilton, Ontario. This is the biggest night in Canadian country music. It’s a chance to recognize and celebrate all the great talented artists in this country. This year’s awards will be featuring a ton of Canadian women, and it’s about time!
The Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) has just announced the nominees for the 2018 CCMA Awards. The awards this year are in Hamilton, Ontario on Sunday September 9th, 2018 and hosted by Shania Twain. This is a list of the nominees.
After much teasing on social media, Jess Moskaluke has released a new single to country radio called “Camouflage”. This song is a haunting and totally relatable breakup song.
Canadian country artist Jess Moskaluke is up to something… and it’s BIG. She has given out her phone number and asking fans to text her for a surprise.
By now we’ve all heard the horrifying news of the fatal accident in Saskatchewan involving a truck and the Humboldt Broncos’ bus. At the time of publication, this tragedy has taken the lives of 16 people, and the Canadian country music community has been sharing their love and support.
The JUNO Awards are this weekend, making this the biggest annual event in Canadian Music. These awards do a great job at promoting great Canadian talent, and helping to launch the careers of so many artists. But where’s the country music representation at the JUNOs?