If you are like me (and Reba), and think we need more good female country singers. We have one for you. Kalsey Kulyk may be singing in 2019, but she sounds like she could have been doing this back in 1970. It’s a country sound that we haven’t had on country radio for quite some time.
Kalsey has been playing music her entire life. Starting out as a child performing in talent shows and competitions, she began touring across her native Canada at 13.
She would later become acquainted with producer Richard Dashut (Fleetwood Mac) who invited her to come to Las Vegas and record. “We’d write songs, talk about performances,” Kalsey remarked on the experience, “We even pulled a band together and did some shows on the Vegas strip. He literally trained my ears.”
After working with Dashut in both Vegas and Nashville, TN Kulyk was invited to participate in both the Canadian Country Music Association’s Discovery Artist program, as well as ole’s “On the Spot” competition where she would end up winning both. Winning the ole competition would land Kalsey both publishing and record deals, and she was soon back in Nashville working with some of Country music’s best songwriters.
She has worked with Liz Rose (Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me,” Carrie Underwood’s “Cry Pretty”) and Phil Barton (Lee Brice’s “Woman Like You,” Eli Young Band’s “Skin and Bones”).
Her new single and video “More Time” is an incredibly personal song for her and is about something we can all relate to – the wish of just being able to spend one more day with someone you’ve lost.https://www.countryschatter.com/2019/03/new-music-video-from-kalsey-kulyk-more-time/New ArtistsNew ReleasesVideos"More Time","On the Spot",eli young band,fleetwood mac,Kalsey Kulyk,Liz Rose,Phil Barton,Richard Dashut,Twitter