For her growing list of achievements, Saskatchewan born and raised recording artist Jess Moskaluke, Canada’s leading lady of country music, was invited to the Saskatchewan legislature. She was introduced to the assembly by Minister of Culture Mark Docherty. Jess Moskaluke is the first female country artist to score a gold single since Shania Twain and has won the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Female Artist of the Year award at the past two galas. Her feature in Paul Brandt’s “I’m an Open Road” is at #7 on the Billboard Canadian Country Airplay chart and her song “Kiss Me Quiet” is currently Top 10 on the rolling chart. Jess shared a couple of photos (see below) including one of her sitting at Premier Brad Wall’s desk. Saskatchewan is not known for being a major contributor of A-list singer-sonwriters, but Jess is changing the game, and we are super proud of her.