Internationally Celebrated Female Country Music Artist
WAMS warmly welcomes JUNO Award winning Platinum-entertainer and three-time consecutive CCMA Award winner for Female Artist of the Year, Jess Moskaluke as the guest speaker for our inaugural WAMS luncheon. Jess grew up in rural Saskatchewan with an understanding of the impact of multiple sclerosis. Today she is proud to help champion the fight to end MS.
An internationally celebrated artist, Moskaluke continues to dazzle the country music world with her infectious and story driven songs, reaching critical acclaim and crushing career milestones along the way. In 2017, she was the first Canadian female country artist since 2008 to have a song in the Top 5 with the upbeat track “Drive Me Away”, and she achieved platinum-selling status for her smash hit “Cheap Wine and Cigarettes” – the only Canadian female country artist to do so since Shania Twain. Most recently, she was awarded Gold-certification for her Top 10 hit “Kiss Me Quiet”, the title-track from her 2017 JUNO Award winning Country Album of the Year.
A three-time consecutive CCMA Award winner for “Female Artist of the Year”, Moskaluke was recently presented with the 2018 SCMA Award of Achievement following a career fifteen wins and multiple nominations and in 2017 she received a SOCAN Award for her Top 10 hit “Take Me Home”. A multiple 2015 and 2018 JUNO Award nominee, Moskaluke has over 32 million views to date on her YouTube channel and in 2016, had both the #1 Most Played Song (Take Me Home) at Canadian Country Radio and was the top spun Canadian female artist for the second year in a row.