Manitoba based singer-songwriter Kayla Luky is set to release her brand new album Back to Dirt on January 20, 2017. The album will feature 12 new songs honoring the roots of real country music.
Awarded with the MCMA Emerging Artist Award in 2016, Luky is no stranger to the Canadian roads as she has toured Western and Eastern Canada several times over along with events like Folk Alliance International, Folk Music Ontario, NXNE, Indie Week, Harvest Moon Festival and so many more.
Kayla will be hitting the road once more in the New Year to promote her new album, with Western Canada seeing a ton of love from the country artist. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that she’ll be bringing her sound out East as well in 2017!
2017 WINTER TOUR DATES:
JAN 19 THU – The Park Theatre, Winnipeg, MB
JAN 20 FRI – Lady Of The Lake, Brandon MB
JAN 21 SAT – Watson Arts Centre, Dauphin,MB
JAN 23 MON – Village Guitar & Amp Co.,Saskatoon, SK
JAN 24 TUE – The Root Lloydminster, AB
JAN 25 WED – The Needle Vinyl Tavern, Edmonton, AB
JAN 26 THU- Manluk Theatre, Wetaskiwin, AB
JAN 27 FRI – The Auditorium Hotel, Nanton, AB
JAN 28 SAT – Tongue On Post Winter Festival, Medicine Hat, AB
JAN 29 SUN – Twin Butte Store, Twin Butte,AB
JAN 30 MON – The Owl Lethbridge, AB
FEB 1 WED – Wine-Ohs, Calgary, AB
FEB 2 THU – The Last Drop, Revelstoke, AB
FEB 3 FRI – Chances Casino, Kamloops, BC
FEB 4 SAT – The Railyard, Mission, BC
FEB 7 TUE – The Royal, Nelson, BC
FEB 9 THU – Riverside Motel, Eastend, SK
FEB 10 FRI – Dreamland Theatre, Rockglen, SK
FEB 11 SAT – House Concert, Moose Jaw, SK
FEB 12 SUN – Flav’r Country Ranch, Langenburg, SK
Born and raised in MTL, I spent most of my teens and early 20’s working in the music industry. I made the permanent move to Toronto in 2013 where I joined the team at the Canadian Independent Music Association as the Music Export Assistant. I spend my days working with and promoting incredible indie Canadian artists and companies across the world.
Music journalism and photography have been a huge part of my life for as long as I can remember, as I jumped on board Confront Magazine a few years after it formed and ran it as the Editor-in-Chief for 7 years, right up until its recent closure.
I love to spend my spare time running to and from concerts, cheering on my hockey team (Go Habs!) and getting lost in nature whenever I can.