From Sherwood Park.
For many years, Karac worked as a highly sought-after supporting guitarist and harmony vocalist for some of Canada’s biggest country acts. He’s toured with the likes of Gord Bamford, Adam Gregory and Sean Hogan. But with a dream to one day take centre stage himself, Karac took a final bow and decided to pursue a solo career in 2016.
Karac kicked off his solo career in a big way, debuting a self-titled album which spawned two radio singles including “(Blame It on My) Youth” and “Can’t Help Loving You” and a nomination for Album of the Year at the 2016 Alberta Country Music Awards. The album also featured the track “Feel the Magic”, which was the official song inspired by the athletes of the 2012 Special Olympic Canada Winter Games, giving him the opportunity to perform at their Opening Ceremonies.
In 2018, he was graced with two more nominations and a performance of his single “Thinking About You” at the 2017 ACMAs. The country artist then wrapped up a highly successful media tour across the Maritimes and Ontario.
His newest single “Some People’s Kids” dropped March 20, 2019.