Saskatchewan·EMPTY ROOM SERIES

Singer-songwriter finds home for her music in Sask.

Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Kara Golemba takes to the Empty Room stage for a second time with her song, Puzzle.

You'll find her music at the crossroads of folk, country and Americana

Kara Golemba performs in An Empty Room, armed only with her guitar and distinct sound. (Brent Nielson)

Saskatchewan singer-songwriter Kara Golemba takes to the Empty Room stage for a second time with her song Puzzle.

Golemba is originally from Kelowna, B.C., but her prairie heritage called her to the province to settle in Indian Head, Sask.

She has now further solidified her Saskatchewan connection, having been named the winner of the 620 CKRM Proudly Saskatchewan showcase and the Spirit of Saskatchewan songwriting award.

She just released her debut EP of original material titled Every Little Light, and it was recorded just down the hall from the home of CBC Radio's The Morning Edition, in Studio One. The album was produced by Jason Plumb.

Coming up this month, she'll be performing in Fort Qu'Appelle on Oct. 22 and in Grenfell on Oct. 28.

Last time she hit the Empty Room Series stage, she performed her award-winning song, "Mason Jar Of Memories".

Next week in our Empty Room Series: You may know him as the front man for Saskatoon's Deep Dark Woods — Ryan Boldt will be alone and acoustic in An Empty Room.

with files from CBC Radio's The Morning Edition