Combining her small town Saskatchewan charm, her big city ambition,
her alluring voice and her unique writing style, Kyla Sandulak is cutting
a path for herself in Canadian music.
Since her completion of the Vocal
Performance and Composition Programs at Edmonton's Grant MacEwan College,
Kyla has successfully worked her way into Alberta's performing and recording
scene. Having entertained audiences since the day she could speak, she
knew that her love of the stage and her passion for singing and writing
were much more than a hobby. In 2003 she recorded a full length original
CD which she sold out of completely. Today, Kyla is a full time performer
and can be seen on stages in and around Edmonton with her original duo
or full band. In spring of 2004, she was chosen as a performer for Edmonton's
JUNOfest (a weekend of live music accompanying the Juno Awards).
is also delighted to be one of the three singers/dancers for the popular
60's, 70's, 80's tribute show band, The Kit Kat Club, one of Alberta's
busiest corporate groups.
Kyla has had the opportunity to share stages
with many great Canadian artists such as Tal Bachman, Chris Wynters
(Captain Tractor), The Tommy Banks Band, Mike Lent, Lyle Molzan and
so many others who have inspired and encouraged her. Most recently she
was a finalist on CTV's Canadian Idol. Idol judge Zack Werner stated
that Kyla's was the best vocal performance he had witnessed across the
country. It is no surprise that her voice, one so filled with energy,
unique tones and raw emotion would strike such a statement. In the months
since the show, Kyla has truly found herself as an artist. She is continually
growing as a singer, musician, writer and arranger and recently recorded
three of her newest songs.
Kyla is an engaging, striking young talent.
Her compassion, humour and strength, her struggles and experiences,
her unfaltering innocence and ideals are the core of her heart of which
she generously bears to all with each song she writes and sings. CTV's
Ben Mulroney said it best, "Looks, charm, a killer voice - is there
anything that Kyla doesn't have?" And he was only brushing the surface.
All music on this page © 2005 or earlier by Kyla Sandulak.
Heart of Alberta