*Here is delicious recipe that would be perfect for a big get together for upcoming holidays like Memorial Day or Fourth of July. It would also be great to eat on a hot summer day to cool off or just to snack on. I also enjoy this recipe because it is fast to make and how you could enjoy it with any piece of fruit!!
1 regular jar of marshmallow goo (fluffy) you can get it at my grocery store
1 block of cream cheese room temp.
Mix together and leave in the fridge for an hour. Then dip any kind of fruit in it 🙂
1. Hi Kalsey, can you tell me a little bit about yourself before you became a country singer?
Well to be Honest, I’ve been singing country music since I was three years old so I really don’t know how I was before then! 🙂 but music has always been apart of my life. I could never really see myself without it.
2. How did you get into country music and how did you know you wanted a career in it?
I grew up in a small town in Canada that had one radio station that played only Country, so I guess you could say it was that. But also, my family LOVED country music and always had it playing so I just naturally loved it as well.
3. Who are some of your musical icons?
When I was growing up I wanted to be just like Shania! Then I got older and really appreciated the songwriters. Dolly, willie, hank and a bunch more from that time. I also have a huge love for Jackson Browne. What a poet.
4. What is the story behind your song “Sing and Be Heard?”
Well, SING AND BE HEARD is a saying that my mom helped me come up with. I believe that every single person has a story and that they should never hold back when it comes to letting that story be told. Let your true self shine and never be ashamed of who you are.
5. Is there anything else coming up with your music for the rest of 2017?
Actually I was Nominated for a Canadian Country Music award, for Discovery artist so I’m really excited to play at the CCMA’s this year and be involved with that. I’ve been living in Nashville for the last year and it’s been absolutely incredible getting to write with some big songwriters as well. I’ve got a lot of that going on this year as well as some red carpet events in L.A!
6. If you could sing a duet with a famous singer or group who would it be and why?
If I could sing a duet with anyone I think I’d love to sing a song with Jason Isbell. I just love his voice and think he’s such a great singer songwriter!
7. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 to 10 years with your music?
I just had this asked to me! I’ve made a goal list. And a few of the goals are to open up for a major country act in the next three years, be signed to a major record label with in two, release my first full length album, write a song with Travis Meadows and be a headliner in my first world tour in 7 years. Open up a dog haven for homeless dogs and give them all the love and care they need.
Kalsey Kulyk is a singer/songwriter, whose small-town roots and country style soul have encouraged a journey in country music that began when she was only three years old.
Kulyk is from Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, this small-town girl has taken her powerful voice and big dreams and traveled all over North America, writing and recording country music with some impressive forces in the music industry. At only 19 years old, Kulyk moved to Las Vegas to work with famous record producer Richard Dashut, who had worked with famous musicians and groups like Fleetwood Mac.
Kulyk’s music came from her own personal experiences, and her emotional bond is obvious in each song she writes. She aims to write music that links with people on an individual level. Her sympathetic behavior and cheerful personality are transmissible and those who work with her, also thinks she has the one of the best work ethic in the country music world.
Kulyk is also working with Phaymis Records in Calgary, Alberta and her debut EP was released in March 2014. Her debut EP features her single “With You” and is available on iTunes and Google Music.
“Sing and Be Heard,” is Kulyk’s chant, this chant has words that have educated her music and her everyday life. At the young age of 17, Kulyk was diagnosed with cancer and that experience drove her to live life a little bit different. “Sing and Be Heard” inspired Kulyk to go for her music dream and become a country singer and she hopes her message can show others to chase theirs too.
If you would like to find out more Kalsey Kulyk then check out her website www.kalseykulyk.com.
So much has changed for Chris Stapleton in the last two years since his debut album “Traveller” was released. Nowadays, Stapleton’s stages, crowds and venues are growing, as seen on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Los Angeles Forum.
At around 9 p.m., the stage turned an amber red color as Stapleton, his wife, Morgane, and three band members started to play the opening notes of “Might As Well Get Stone.” The fans in the crowd started to sing right along with Stapleton and continued on through the night.
Stapleton also sang “Midnight Train to Memphis” from the 2008 debut of his former band, SteelDrivers. While singing this song Stapleton showed off his great guitar skills. It is neat to see Stapleton sings songs like “Outlaw State of Mind” and “Death Row” which showcases his unique country twang that many other artists cannot even reach.
I really enjoyed when Stapleton sang an acoustic verison of his hit song “Whiskey and You.” During this performance Stapleton’s voice was strong and it was also neat to see how far his range of his vocals could go. Next he sang his song “Parachute” which is a mixture of soul and southern rock. Stapleton then performed his cover of Charlie Daniels’ single “Was It 26,” which was potent and lively.
Stapleton’s wife Morgane’s did a bluesy solo cover of one of my personal favorites, “You Are My Sunshine.” Morgane’s pure voice was heard throughout the song especially in the third verse. Stapleton ended his show with more new material, as well as some old favorites like “Fire Away.” This song showcases the flexibility and dedication of Stapleton’s love for country music.
His show started off right around 7 p.m. with opening acts, Lucie Silvas, a British country singer, and Marylands duo, Brothers Osborne. Brothers Osborne played a45 minute set including their own popular hits “21 Summer” and “Stay a Little Longer.” It was a wonderful night of country music with three talented acts that I feel have long lasting careers in the country music scene.