Homegrown Country with Kalsey Kulyk at the King Eddy

Country up-and-comer Kalsey Kulyk performs for the Homegrown Country Series at the King Eddy

About Kalsey Kulyk

Those who know country artist Kalsey Kulyk will tell you she’s always had musical talent and a passion for performance. Her effortlessly bright and unmistakable vocal, paired with thought-provoking lyrics and overall messaging, is something most songwriters never master. “My friends say I make people cry. I don’t want to make anyone cry, I just want to make them feel something. After my parent’s divorce, my dad would listen to ‘Nobody Knows It But Me’ by Kevin Sharp, over and over again. I knew exactly what he was feeling without him telling me what he was feeling. That’s when I knew what music could do for people. That’s what I want to do for people.”

Kulyk’s Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan upbringing yielded a more organic way of life.“My whole family worked at the Plywood Mill and farmed in their spare time.”Though most of Kulyk’s family wasn’t musically inclined, the love of music was instilled in her at an early age, with family campfire sing-alongs a popular pastime. Her mother was the exception. “My mom would sing at talent shows, and I’d just watch her – completely mesmerized.” At age three, with some encouragement from her grandfather, Kulyk’s mom put her on stage at a talent show and she was hooked. “That was it. Music was all wanted to do from that point on.”


Sound production equipment for the King Eddy provided by PK Sound.

Special thanks to Craig Senyk Initiatives for supporting Alberta artists to perform live through the Homegrown Country series at the King Eddy.

Event Details:

Date: December 16, 2022

Time: 8:30 pm

Price: No cover

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