Saskies at Country Music Week 2021
November 22, 2021 in Industry News
SaskMusic wishes good luck and safe travels to the Saskatchewan artists and industry members participating in Country Music Week, held in London ON, November 26-29.
Sask artists (bold) in Country Music Week events:
CCMA Music Industry Gala Dinner & Awards, presented by Music Canada
Sunday, November 28,6pm-9pm local time, RBC Place London, Grand Ballroom
Co-hosted by Jess Moskaluke, Don Amero, JoJo Mason
From industry to artists, a wide array of the country music industry will be honoured and celebrated. The majority of CCMA Awards are handed out during this event, and this year’s Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame inductees will also be presented.
CCMA Awards presented by TD
Monday, November 29, 7pm Sask (8pm ET/5pm PT)
Hosted by Lindsay Ell and Priyanka
Featuring performances by Tenille Arts, Jess Moskaluke, Walker Hayes, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, Don Amero, Lindsay Ell, Tim Hicks, High Valley, Dustin Lynch, JoJo Mason, Tyler Joe Miller, Robyn Ottolini, MacKenzie Porter, The Reklaws, Sacha, Dallas Smith and Tenille Townes.
Presenters for the show will include Arts and Moskaluke, as well as Ty Hunter (Hunter Brothers).
Livestreaming exclusively on the Global TV App and Prime Video on Monday, November 29 and will be available to watch until 1 am ET / 10 pm PT with an encore presentation of the show airing December 3 at 9 pm ET/PT on Global and available to stream on-demand with STACKTV and the Global TV App.
Three-time consecutive CCMA Award winning Female Artist of the Year Jess Moskaluke is a JUNO Award-winning, platinum-selling artist. The multiple 2021-nominated artist is celebrating the success of her most recent release The Demos, with latest single ‘Nothing I Don’t Love About You’ currently climbing the charts at country radio.
Tenille Arts is a 2021 Academy of Country Music New Female Artist of the Year nominee and two-time 2021 CCMA Award nominee. Arts earned her first #1 in the U.S. earlier this year, a platinum single in the U.S., and this marks the Weyburn native’s first CCMA Awards performance.
London Music Hall, 185 Queens Ave, London
CCMA House is the ultimate hub of Country Music Week 2021. With over 20 artist appearances and performances, meet & greets (socially distanced!), hourly prize draws and more, CCMA House is a free public event.
Saturday, November 27, CCMA FanFest presented by Pure Country
With performers including Tenille Arts
Saturday, November 27, CCMA House Party
With artist appearances including Jess Moskaluke
Sunday, November 28, CCMA House Unplugged, 12-340pm local time
Acoustic performances in the round by the songwriters behind country hits.
Including Tenille Arts 2-3:40pm
Congratulations again to the 2021 Canadian Country Music Award nominees from Saskatchewan. You can view the full nominee list at https://ccma.org/2021-nominees/ #CCMAawards #CCMAnomday
- Album of the Year: The Demos
- Female Artist of the Year
- Songwriter(s) of the Year: Zach Abend, Jess Moskaluke, Liz Rose For “Mapdot”, Performed By Jess Moskaluke
- Video of the Year: “Mapdot”
- Fans’ Choice
- Female Artist of the Year
- Group or Duo of the Year
- Video of the Year: “Hard Dirt”
CILG-FM, Moose Jaw
- Radio Station of the Year (Medium / Small Market)
- Record Producer(s) of the Year: Jesse Frasure, Brett Kissel, Bart McKay for album “What Is Life?” by Brett Kissel
Also congrats to Nashville-based, Saskatchewan-born Louis O’Reilly’s On Ramp Entertainment, nominated for Management Company of the Year, as well as to Toronto’s Antoine Moonen, nominated for Creative Director(s) of the Year for work on Jess Moskaluke’s EP: The Demos, Vinyl: The Vinyl, Socials and Promotional Graphics.