Christmas in October: that’s what you can expect from Jess Moskaluke this year

October is a double Christmas celebration if you’re a Jess Moskaluke fan. This JUNO Award winner and Platinum-selling country music artist has announced her “A Small Town Christmas” holiday shows in Yorkton, SK, on November 29 and Toronto, ON, on December 11, 2018, as well as the release of her, A Small Town Christmas, on October 5 via MDM Recordings Inc./Universal Music Canada.

The most traditional and festive of holidays, of celebration, of reflection and of family is Christmas and it’s the music that brings home all those emotions that come with the season. There’s just something special about Christmas music and once you hear A Small Town Christmas, you’ll find yourself immersed into the magic that is Moskaluke’s voice. Add to this, her collaborations with Cassadee Pope, Paul Brandt, the Hunter Brothers and The Lovelocks on this nine-track EP, and you’ll be taken away to a place that is full of holiday cheer and quite possibly tears of joy. I’ve heard Moskaluke perform Christmas carols and I’ve been carried away by her pitch-perfect voice that transcends many into a “state of elated bliss.”

Shares Moskaluke,

“To me, Christmas is all about friends and family. So when I thought about making a Christmas record, I knew I wanted as many of my friends on it as I could have. This record is a collection of the most memorable Christmas songs to me – whether it’s my favourite carol to sing, or my favourite track to listen to, or the song my Mom played on repeat during the holidays as a kid. It’s a fun, reminiscent project and to have Hunter Brothers, Paul, Cassadee, and The Lovelocks all on this record really makes it extra special to me!”

The 2018 CCMA award winner for Album of the Year will celebrate the festive release with “A Small Town Christmas” holiday shows at:
November 29: Painted Hand Casino, Yorkton, SK
December 11: Harbourfront Centre Theatre, Toronto, ON

For November 29 tickets, visit

For December 11 tickets, call 416-872-4255, online at or visit the Roy Thomson Hall Box Office (60 Simcoe Street, Toronto, ON)

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