Baby Announcement

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Codie Prevost and his wife Ashley are adding to their family: Their second child is due May 2017. The two were married in 2012 and celebrated the birth of their 1st child in November of 2014.

On January 1st, Prevost announced the exciting news via his fan mailing list called the Prevost Press. The singer shared a photo with his fans of the couples daughter Lyriq in front of a sign that read: “Someday I’m going to be a ballerina but for now I’m going to be a Big Sister”.

Prevost is best known for his award winning album “All Kinds Of Crazy” and his inspirational music video “Someday” which gives hope to those affected by domestic violence. He’s shared the stage with Florida Georgia Line, The Oak Ridge Boys and Garth Brooks.

With baby number 2 on it’s way and the release of his 5th studio album scheduled for 2017 Prevost will be a busy man this year.

Prevost To Embark On 3rd Australian Tour

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Canadian country star Codie Prevost is about to board a plane bound for Australia. Prevost is scheduled to perform an Australian concert tour from August 25th to September 4th. This will be Prevost’s 3rd Australian tour in 18 months, having previously performed at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and Plantation Music Festival in 2015.


Prevost will be performing two shows at one of Australia’s most prestigious country music festivals Gympie Music Muster on August 25th and 26th. The festival boasts a star-studded lineup including Kasey Chambers, Troy Cassar-Daley, The McClymonts, Adam Harvey and comedian Rodney Carrington. For more info on the Gympie Muster


After his Gympie Music Muster performances Prevost will be partnering up with Australian duo Brigginshaw for an Australian East Coast Tour that includes stops in Sydney, Newcastle, Tamworth, Brisbane, and Caloundra.


Codie Prevost 2016 Australian Tour Dates


August 25th – Gympie Muster – Gympie, Queensland, Australia

August 26th – Gympie Muster – Gympie, Queensland, Australia

August 31st – The Basement – Sydney, NSW, Australia

September 1st – Hamilton Station Hotel – Newcastle, NSW, Australia

September 2nd – Tamworth, NSW, Australia

September 3rd – Johnny Ringo’s – Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

September 4th – Powerboat Club – Caloundra, Queensland, Australia



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Prevost To Perform At 2016 Gympie Music Muster

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Canada’s Codie Prevost has been invited to perform at one of Australia’s most prestigious country music festivals. Prevost will join Australian and a select number of international acts at The Gympie Music Muster this August. This will be Prevost’s third trip down under in 2 years.

“I’m very excited about returning to Australia for the third time,” said Prevost. “The country music fans are amazing and have really made me feel at home. I’ve heard so many great and unique things about the Gympie Music Muster and can’t wait to experience it as an artist.”

“They tell me that this event is in the middle of a pristine State Forest home to Australian wildlife, but this one weekend each year.”

Prevost signed to Ceol Entertainment in early 2015 after his first tour to Australia. His first Australian single “All Kinds of Crazy” reached #14 on the country’s most downloaded songs list. “Codie is a great addition to the Ceol Family, an exceptional talent and such a pleasure to work with,” says Sage Wilson, of Ceol Entertainment. “We are looking forward to getting Codie’s music to the very loyal muster audience, they will love him.”

The Gympie Music Muster was founded in the early 1980s by iconic Australian country act The Webb Brothers and has grown to a marquee event which has raised over $15 million for charity and community groups. The event’s charity partner for 2016 is Mates4Mates, which supports injured and ill members of the Australian Defense Force, both current and former.

“He will make plenty of mates over the 4 day event,” Wilson added, “Codie will know he’s at a real Aussie festival this trip, especially when a big Goanna crawls into this tent to snack on his wheat-bix”

Prevost has previously performed in Australia at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and the Plantation Music Festival.

Win A Special Edition Autographed Outdoor Canada Magazine Featuring Codie Prevost

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Hey everyone! I’m excited to announce that I was featured in this months special edition of the Outdoor Canada magazine! I want to celebrate by giving away 10 autographed copies of the magazine! The winners will be announced on April 13, 2016 when the contest ends! Don’t forget to share your custom URL you’re given when you enter the contest on your social media sites to get more entries. Best of luck!

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Codie Prevost: A one man Canadian Invasion into U.S. country music

We’ve all heard the cry from the past; “The British are coming – The British are coming;” well the new cry from country music, is “The Canadian is already here!” Codie Prevost is the Canadian this writer is talking about, and he has definitely invaded the United States country music genre and the Nashville scene. But, he invaded it in a good way, with his music.

After blazing a trail across Canada with his music, he decided to share it with the world, which you will read about in his bio. Also, he has provided two songs for your listening pleasure.”Last Night All Day” is in the video section of this article, and the other can be heard by clicking “Someday.” If you would like to learn more about Codie Prevost, read his following bio.

“Coming from small town roots and singing from the heart, Codie Prevost has carved out his place in Canadian country music, and he is ready to create a storm once again with the upcoming release of his fourth album “All Kinds of Crazy”. Prevost is a three time Canadian Country Music Awards nominee & five time Saskatchewan Country Music Association “Fans Choice Entertainer of the Year” winner.

His laid back attitude and approachable style make him a crowd pleasing favorite. In 2011, he was selected as the Fans Choice to perform during Fan Fest at the Canadian Country Music Awards in Hamilton. He’s performed at several major events across Canada including Juno Weekend, the Grey Cup Festival and Main Stage performances at the Craven Country Jamboree, Manitoulin Country Fest, the Havelock Country Jamboree & Dauphin Country Fest. Prevost made his European debut in 2011 with a performance at the Country Bike Festival in Tours France as part of the Country Rock Bike Festival “Canadian Country Music Night”. He performed in Nashville during the American Music Conference and opened shows for Florida Georgia Line, Big & Rich, Joe Nichols, Streetheart & Prism in 2013.

Building on the momentum of his first three award winning albums “The Road Ahead” (2005) and “Spin 6-PAK Vol. I” (2008), and “Get Loud” (2010) Codie Prevost is set to release “All Kinds of Crazy” on March 1st 2014. “All Kinds of Crazy” was produced by one of Canada’s top producers, Tom McKillip in Vancouver, who has once again captured Prevost’s unique style and sound. On January 20th Prevost released the much talked about single “Someday”, a song he co-wrote about finding hope and having faith through difficult times.

In the fall of 2013 along with fellow artist Stephen Maguire, Prevost helped launch the Canadian Red Cross “Imagine No Bullying” Tour, which reached over 3500 students in 7 schools across Saskatchewan. The tour will continue in April & May of 2014 in Canada.

Gracing the stage with boundless energy and passion, and conveyed with a genuine and non-assuming presence, Codie Prevost has been a much sought-after act ever since he kick started his music career in 2005. His performances are guaranteed to knock your socks off. With the release of this new album 2014 is certainly going to be ‘All Kinds of Crazy’ for Prevost.”

I will have more on Codie in the near future, including a review of his music. Also, be sure and watch for the release of his latest album. To receive a free subscription to the Nashville Music Examiner, written by Gerry Glenn Jones, click on the subscribe link near the top of this page.

Until next time, “Keep a Song in Your Heart.”

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Codie Prevost Featured In Outdoor Canada


Award-winning country music singer/songwriter Codie Prevost is featured in this month’s Outdoor Canada magazine. Their “Fishing Edition 2016” includes a Hot Spots Guide featuring some of Prevost’s favorite fishing spots in Saskatchewan.

Fishing is one of Prevost’s favorite hobbies and when he’s not on stage you can usually find him in a boat or on the ice at one of his favorite lakes. Prevost says “I grew up reading Outdoor Canada and learned a lot of my fishing tactics from the pros that are in their articles. The cover of the magazine features award-winning Country Music Artist Paul Brandt who is one of my biggest influences, so it’s amazing to be included with him in the magazine. 

As Canada’s only national fishing and hunting magazine, Outdoor Canada has been entertaining and informing readers since 1972 promoting conservation and celebrating Canada’s heritage sports. Outdoor Canada encourages anglers and hunters to improve their skills and broaden their knowledge of the outdoors.

You can pick up your copy of Outdoor Canada across the country wherever magazines are sold or online at

Prevost Partners With Battlefords Humane Society To Raise Funds

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When he comes to perform at the Dekker Centre for the Performing Arts next month, country singer Codie Prevost will be helping to raise funds for a new animal shelter building.

Heather Hall, Battlefords Humane Society board member, says the Saskatchewan-born music star was impressed with the current Mob Dog campaign and has agreed to do a VIP package as a fundraiser for the society. It will be auctioned off online at the link at the bottom of this post.

The VIP package will include four premium seats for the Sept. 19 performance, supplied by the Dekker Centre, dinner with Prevost at Blend and limousine service by All Out Limousines.

The successful bidders will not only share a meal with Prevost, they will also be treated to a private acoustic performance of one song, a copy of his latest album and a photo opportunity. They will also accompany Prevost on a tour of the animal shelter.

Hall is thrilled Prevost, four time Canadian Country Music Association nominee and six time Saskatchewan Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year winner, has agreed to take part in the Humane Society’s fundraising efforts.

The 2014 Western Canadian Music Award for Country Recording of the Year is also taking part in a fundraiser this month when he takes the stage with Garth Brooks in Saskatoon raising money for Saskatchewan’s Children’s Hospital.

He’ll be doing another one in September at Anglin Lake.

The Battlefords Humane Society’s Shelter-Us Building Fund is aiming toward a new building within the next five years – the sooner the better, considering the condition of the current building. The fund so far contains about $350,000, but the new building will probably cost $1.5 million.

For the month of August, the Humane Society is running its “Who let the dogs out?” fundraiser to boost the building fund.

“If someone gives a $50 donation, then the group of dogs, which we’re calling the ‘mob dogs,’ would be put on someone’s lawn of their choosing,” says Hall, who built the wooden dogs herself, based on the idea of the flamingos-on-the lawn prank.

Insurance against not getting “mobbed” is also available at the same cost of a $50 donation to the shelter.

There are also prizes to be won, if anyone sees a mob of dogs on someone’s lawn, they can text their name and address to 490-WOOF (490-9663) to have their name entered into a draw to be held Aug. 31.

Those looking to prank their friends and family can call the Battlefords Humane Society at 306-446-2700.

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“You Brought The Party” Video Release

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Samara Yung and Codie Prevost premiere their brand new music video for their single “You Brought the Party”.

Shot in Las Vegas, Nevada with director David Pichette and his team at MainStage Multimedia team, the video shoot gained attention locally and was featured on Fox5 News Las Vegas. You can see that feature here:

A number of brand partners were involved in this video shoot including the Green Valley Ranch Resort, Rain Cosmetics, Gibson Guitars, and the Chippendales, all of whom lent their time, products and staff to make this song and video come to life.

“Shooting this music video was so much fun”, says Samara. “David did an amazing job making us look like a million bucks and it was a pretty cool experience to shoot a music video with my good friend Codie! I seriously loved every minute of this video shoot and can’t wait for everyone to see it!”

Codie Prevost adds, “It was an incredible experience working with Samara, David, and the crew in Las Vegas. I was so honored to be a part of this project… world class!”

Written by Music City hit makes Marv Green, Jason Sellers and Paul Jenkins, “You Brought the Party” captures an amazing summer vibe and is now at Canadian country radio.

You can now watch the video here:


 For additional information or interview requests, contact:

Casadie Pederson

MainStage Management

Prevost Signs Deal With Ceol Entertainment in Australia

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Written By: Blake Melin
Codie Prevost has just signed a deal with Ceol Entertainment in Australia. Now whenever Prevost ventures to the land down under, Ceol will represent Prevost and his career. Prevost recently finished his first Australian tour, during which time he released his first Australian single “All Kinds of Crazy.” The song debuted at #14 on the most downloaded songs list in Australia, Ceol Entertainment is now working hard to get Prevost’s music to new country music fans in Australia and New Zealand and book his next Australian tour.
Ryan Anderson, of Anderson Productions set up Prevost’s first Australian tour, which put Prevost on the Southern map and got him introduced to the team at Ceol Entertainment. 15 shows in 18 days is a lot of work for anybody, but Prevost and his crew rocked them all, including the Toyota Main Stage at the Tamworth Country Music Festival.
“I am thrilled to be working with Ceol Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand. It is an opportunity to spread my music to country music fans in a new part of the world and expand my career. From the moment I walked into Ceol’s office in Brisbane I was so impressed with the positivity and support shown by the whole team. I know working together we will achieve many goals!” Says Prevost.
Ceol is an entertainment company with global reach. They represent a large family of talented musicians, and they are excited to add Prevost to their roster. According to their website, “Recently we have extended our reach by opening a full time office in Melbourne and maintaining a presence in Nashville, USA. We have since created partnerships with International companies and artists allowing us now to provide opportunities on an International level for Australian artists in addition to international artist down under.
“We are looking forward to delivering Codie’s music and show down here. We never went out to sign a Canadian artist but from the first listen of his music and his live shows there was no question we wanted to work with him. His current album is one of the best balanced albums by an independent artist I’ve heard in a long time and its apparent live why Codie has won consecutive “Entertainer Of The Year” awards back home” said Ceol’s director Matt McCormick.
Jamie Santilli the company’s artist business manager said “Aussie fans have a natural attraction to Codie, he’s down to earth approachable and amazingly talented. I’m excited to have him on board”

Leap Of Faith Garners Huge Rewards For Prevost


By Alison Squires

What started out as an idea shared between former schoolmates ended in a tour of a lifetime and the beginning of a new relationship with fans on the other side of the world.

So it was for Saskatchewan’s country music sweetheart Codie Prevost and his industrious good friend Ryan Anderson, formerly of the Fosston area and now a resident of Australia, who took a leap of faith to participate in one of the world’s largest country music festivals in Australia.

In an interview last Tuesday with Prevost, reflecting on the experience from his home in Warman, he said he had just mentioned it to Anderson and it went from there. “I had talked to Ryan about it, suggesting that as he has his own company for DJing, maybe it was something we could try, and six, eight months later I was there (in Australia).” “It was a busy trip, but worthwhile,” said Prevost, who worked on building his fan base, releasing a song and gaining the experience of working with another company.

“The people there are awesome,” said Prevost. “There is such a country music following and if they really like you, they will follow you to the next show. By the end of the tour, it was like you were all family. It was incredible to see that kind of support.”

As for Anderson, the gamble of bringing Prevost across the ocean paid off. “Codie’s Australian debut went extremely well,” stated Anderson in an email to the News. “I have always been very proud of his achievements in his music career. I was excited and honoured the day Codie asked me to help him out with his idea of expanding his music across the world to Australia.”

Anderson managed to book Prevost for a whirlwind tour of 15 shows in 18 days, including the Toyota Country Music Festival held in Tamworth, Australia. “Seeing Codie Prevost and his Australian supporting band, Hurricane Fall, play on the main stage two times during the festival — that was a huge achievement for me!” According to Anderson, the 10-day Tamworth festival draws about 50,000 people and is touted as one of the world’s top 10 music festivals.

While he was there, Prevost released his first Australian radio single All Kinds of Crazy, said Anderson. “In its first week, it debuted in the top 20 most downloaded songs in Australia,” said Anderson of Australia’s initial reception to Prevost. “The single was also released in New Zealand and Europe and the music video was sent to CMC, which is the Country Music Television channel in Australia.”

“As an artist,” said Prevost, “it was incredible to see that kind of support. It was a little overwhelming, but they seem to really love music.”

Prevost said there are still a lot of CD stores in Australia, whereas here in Canada the stores are disappearing because downloading music online is becoming the norm. Having never been to Australia, his fans surprised him. Anderson recalled a time when he and Codie were walking down a street in Tamworth. “This fan came up to Codie and said ‘Excuse me, are you Codie Prevost? I have been listening to your music for years!” While Codie was signing his autograph, the fan said, “I’m sorry, but I am just a little starstruck.” Said Anderson, “Australia loved this small town showman.

His new fans are patiently awaiting his return here again.”
The whole experience has the two friends planning for an encore visit as soon as August. As a relative newlywed and brand new father, Prevost hopes to take the family along for possibly his third visit next January. As for taking the big leap, Prevost was pretty positive over the results.

“You just don’t really know what’s out there until you get out and see,” he said. Wise words for such a young man.

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