Saskatoon Morning playlist featuring Kaye & Co.

This collection of songs heard on Saskatoon Morning will be updated weekly.

Our weekly favourites from CBC Radio's Saskatoon Morning

Saskatoon band Kaye & Co. (Christina Bourne, submitted by Kaye & Co.)

Each week on Saskatoon Morning, we aim to bring you a wide range of music to uplift your day.

This week, have music from a lot of local artists, and we're featuring a single from Saskatoon band Kaye & Co. 

Kaye & Co. is one of five Saskatoon bands selected as a regional finalist in the Jim Beam National Talent Search competition. Like many other musical events, this year's competition had to adapt to pandemic restrictions. The five Saskatoon bands came together to film and record a live performance that is airing on Oct. 16. We are featuring Kaye & Co.'s winning song selection Heartbreaker on this week's playlist.

Saskatoon singer velours recently released her debut EP Identity. The song Your Sweater off that EP was played on this week's show.

If you're looking for some slower, more soulful music, we also featured tracks from Saskatoon's Matt Hutchings and Regina singer Jeffery Straker.

Matt Hutchings released his debut album Am I Home earlier in September. It was recorded in his studio at Blaine Lake, Sask., and features soulful vocals. You can listen to that album's title track on this week's playlist.

Finally, Jeffery Straker released a new single this week. The song is called Morning Light, and it deals with the tough subject of the unexpected passing of his mother.

Enjoy all this great local music for your weekend.

This playlist will be updated weekly with new picks from the show.

If you have any music you want to share with the people of Saskatoon, email us at

About the Author

Emma Kramer-Rodger

Audio Technician

Emma is the audio technician for CBC's Saskatoon Morning radio show. Emma loves programming music for the show and exploring the talent found in Saskatoon's music scene.


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