Our monthly event, Songwriter’s Sunday is back and offers a stellar line-up of singer songwriters, Kayla Luky from Winnipeg, MB, Rebecca Lascue from Regina, SK, and Eden Rohatensky on February 3rd. Doors will open at 7:30 and the music will start at 8:00 pm.
Kayla Luky grew up in Grandview, Manitoba, a small farming community nestled between the Riding and Duck Mountains, but like many young folks in the area, Kayla fled to Winnipeg following high school. Her latest album “The Time it Takes” marks a complete countrification of her sound. Take the sentimental saddle song “Cowboys Are Coming”, the banjo-driven boot stomper “Lonesome Ranger” or the aching, heart-breaking “My Flowers Are Empty” with its sad pedal steel and love lost refrains. Metropolitan music makers would be hard-pressed to write a hard-luck song so genuine, but Kayla’s small town setting gives it absolute authenticity.