Kalsey Kulyk has enjoyed a lifelong passion for music. Mixing effortlessly rich and bright vocals, with lyrics you feel in the guts, makes her sound both fresh and familiar, and perfectly honed for country music. True to the roots of the genre and Kulyk’s calling, her new self-titled EP released August 2019, delivers impeccable songwriting, classic upbeat country, and heartfelt ballads, including singles “More Time”, “Bad Liar” and the most recent, “Damn You Love”. Since the EP’s release, Kalsey has seen her engagement soar, doubling her following on social media and being heard on at least 40 country radio stations across Canada. She’s also sat in the Top Ten on CMT with her video for “Bad Liar” and the upcoming video for “Damn You Love” will premier on CMT in November 2019. “I’m really excited about my latest music,” says Kulyk. “I feel it really encompasses everything about me, and what I want to give to my audience. I grew up around a lot of old school and ‘90’s country - Lee Ann Womack, John Prine, Dolly Parton, Shania Twain, Emmylou Harris, Jason Isbell… And I think that can be heard in my overall style. My friends say I make people cry. I don’t want to make anyone cry, I just want to make them feel something. If they do, then I’ve done my job.” Raised in Hudson Bay, SK, Kalsey Kulyk got hooked on singing and playing the guitar at a young age. She took part in hundreds of talent shows and competitions, winning her first songwriting competition at age 13. Everything changed in high school when Kalsey fell ill with cancer. Through both her own journey to recovery and interactions with others on a similar path, she drew songwriting inspiration, and the entire experience solidified Kulyk’s belief in a career in music. Now ten years in remission, she says “What is life unless you’re doing what you love every single day?” Shortly after her recovery, Kulyk became acquainted with Fleetwood Mac producer Richard Dashut who invited her to Las Vegas to record and hone in her craft. It was also Dashut who gave Kulyk her first taste of Music City, and her progress in the creative capital didn’t go unnoticed. Invited to participate in both the Canadian Country Music Association’s Discovery Artist program, and Anthem Entertainment’s (formerly ole) “On the Spot” competition, Kalsey won both, on the same day! A dream come true, she returned to Nashville with publishing and record deals, and wrote songs with Liz Rose and Phil Barton. Now with an arsenal of songs and a survivor’s determination, Kalsey Kulyk is hitting the road to share her passions with the world.