Equal parts country and pop, Canadian-born singer-songwriter Sykamore mixes intimate reflection and empathetic storytelling with instantly memorable hooks and sing-along choruses that capture emotion of listeners of all ages and backgrounds. Lauded by Music Row as a “winner,” and dubbed a “rising talent” by CMT, Sykamore is an old soul with a young spirit. Her arrangements are eclectic and infectious to match, drawing on influences ranging from George Strait to George Michael. In January, Sykamore released the first of three monthly releases “Cheap Thrills,” which celebrates the simple moments in life that can make a person feel rich. Her second release “Stay Broke” is about how it can feel better to stay broken and feel what you think is love than have to move on and piece yourself back together. Her third and final of the trio of planned monthly releases is called “Go Easy On Me” and was written with one of her songwriting heroes, Liz Rose. Helmed by acclaimed producer Michael Knox (Jason Aldean, Kelly Clarkson), Sykamore’s recent EP, California King has amassed over one million on-demand audio streams and marked her first release for Music Knox Records/Wheelhouse Records.