- Breakthrough Artist of the Year
- Country Album of the Year (Light Up The Night)
- 2015: Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2015: Fan's Choice Entertainer of the Year
- 2015: Single of the Year - "Cheap Wine & Cigarettes"
- 2015: Video of the Year - "Used"
- 2015: Album of the Year - Light Up The Night
- 2014: Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2014: Fan's Choice Entertainer of the Year
- 2014: Song of the Year - "Good Lovin"
- 2013: Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2015 Female Artist of the Year
- 2014 Female Artist of the Year
- 2011 New Artist Showcase
- "The Next Big Thing"
With her collective YouTube views just shy of 20 million and a 2015 cross-Canada tour with Chad Brownlee and Bobby Wills under her belt, the past few years have been a whirlwind for this country songstress. The award-winning Canadian country artist won both the 2011 Big Dog 92-7/Astral Media’s “The Next Big Thing” and the 2011 Canadian Country Music Awards New Artist Showcase.
Her rapidly growing fan base became evident when her first indie EP Cover Up had its debut at number 5 on the iTunes Canada album charts, while her YouTube cover of The Script’s “For The First Time” reached over 1,000,000 views in only three weeks. In November 2012, her track “Go Big Or Go Home” was featured on the hit TV show “Heartland.”
Her EP is a medley of pop-infused country tracks, with three tracks produced by award-winning musician Mitch Merrett (2007 Canadian Country Music Award Producer of the Year and Juno nominee).
2013 kicked off with a bang as Jess Moskaluke (MDM Recordings Inc./Universal Music Canada) released her new single “Hit ‘N’ Run” to Canadian radio airwaves, hitting number 48 on the BDS radio charts for country radio in Canada in just two short weeks. A small town gal from Langenburg, SK, she celebrated her first Saskatchewan Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year. In October 2013, she released the first single “Good Lovin'” to Canadian country music radio.
When she is not on the road touring, Jess splits her time between her home base in Saskatchewan and writing in Nashville. Fresh faced, bubbly and full of spirit, Jess is ecstatic to see what her musical future has in store.