Congratulations to Jess Moskaluke!
In addition to her performance of “Take Me Home” on the 2016 CCMA Awards broadcast, Jess took home the award for Female Artist of the Year for the third year in a row!
“I’m just doing something that I love,” says three-time CCMA winner, Jess Moskaluke.
Third time’s a charm for Saskatchewan’s Jess Moskaluke, who took home the award for Female Artist of the Year for the third year running at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards.
The Cheap Wine and Cigarettes singer said she’s not sure why she keeps winning. “I’m just doing something that I love and maybe my passion is coming through,” she said.
With her recent success and recognition, Moskaluke said she’s had to adjust to getting recognized. “I’ll be completely honest in telling you that has been a major life adjustment for me. It hasn’t been an easy one.” She said it still feels strange when she’s in the middle of a big city and she hears people whispering about her.
“I’m just trying to remember in the back of my mind how lucky am I that people know who I am and listen to my music and watch my videos.”
With big success in Canada, Moskaluke was asked if she may set her sights to a wider audience in America. She said she would explore the option if it came up, but said she wouldn’t necessarily take it. “I grew up here and it’s something that I love. I love the people here. I can relate to the people here because we all have something in common being that we are Canadian,” she said.