Codie Prevost Gets “All Kinds Of Crazy” With The Southern Hemisphere And Europe

CANADIAN country artist CODIE PREVOST, unleashes his high energy single “ALL KINDS OF CRAZY” on radio across Australia, New Zealand, and Europe today. The video that already boasts more than 300,000 views online will also be sent to CMC (Country Music Channel) Australia, FREE TV Australia, Foxtel Australia and other music video stations.

The party song will have country fans up and dancing from the first listen. The music video features Prevost first as a park ranger who gets kidnapped by “bigfoot’s” and is forced to teach them to play music, Prevost then gives them a shot by taking them to the city and putting them on the big stage. With the fun party vibe that both the track and clip have, it’s sure to be a hit with country fans.

Prevost is currently in Tamworth, New South Wales Australia for his first Tamworth Country Music Festival. This country music lovers’ festival lasts for 10 days, and is counted among the ten music festivals in the world and is the largest music festival for any genre in the Southern Hemisphere. Tamworth is the second biggest country music festival in the world after the CMA Music Festival in Nashville. In his first few days in Tamworth, Prevost has already played to new audiences who are lapping up his style of Canadian country music.

Prevost says, “It’s been an incredible experience performing in Australia. The people are so kind and make you feel right at home. The weather is beautiful everyday and people are always out to have a good time. I feel very fortunate to be able to perform music to the country music fans here!”

The visit to Australia, coinciding with the single and album release Down Under, has been so successful that Prevost is already planning his return in six to eight months –the long trip from one side of the world to the other is no match for his determination to make new fans around the globe.


For More info & media requests contact:

Ryan Anderson manager for Australia, New Zealand, and Europe.

Mobile: 0414 712 097



Men With Cats Calendar 2015

I had the privilege of being part of the “Men With Cats Calendar 2015” recently and got to learn what incredible work SCAT (Street Cat Rescue) do right here in Saskatchewan to help so many cats find foster homes. You can help by getting a copy of the “Men With Cats Calendar 2015” at the following link. All proceeds go back to supporting the work of SCAT Street Cat Rescue.

Prevost Embarks On Australian Tour



After what has already been a massive year, powerhouse country artist Codie Prevost is hitting the road again but not driving. This time he’ll be flying across the world for his first Australian tour this coming January 2015.

The Australian tour will kickoff in Queensland, playing in some local and historic pubs. Prevost says “I’m so excited for the Australian tour. I can’t wait to share my music with everyone and discover a new part of the world”. As a full-time musician, Prevost spends a lot of his time on the road and admits that he really loves touring and connecting with new fans.

After Queensland, Prevost then heads down to Tamworth, New South Whales for the “Tamworth Country Music Festival”. This country music lovers’ festival lasts for 10 days, and has been counted many times to be among the Top Ten music festivals in the world! Tamworth is the second biggest country music festival in the world after the CMA festival in Nashville.

Codie Prevost and supporting act Hurricane Fall are excited to be fully booked during the TCMF 2015. They will be playing a number of venues and will be also be playing on some of the same stages where a lot of Prevost’s influences started their careers.

Prevost has opened shows for some of Country Musics biggest acts including Florida Georgia Line, Big & Rich, The Oak Ridge Boys, Joe Nichols and Neal McCoy. Prevost released his latest album, “All Kinds of Crazy” on March 1, 2014 and It debuted at #6 on ITunes Canada Country Albums chart. “All Kinds Of Crazy” was nominated and accepted the award for “Country Recording Of The Year” at the Western Canadian Awards and was also nominated for “Album of The Year” at the 2014 Canadian Country Music Association Awards. Prevost has a new single up his sleeve, due for release in the coming months. It’s certainly been a huge year, and it looks like it’ll be an even better one in 2015!

Don’t miss the opportunity to see Codie Prevost and supporting act Hurricane Fall live in concert in Tamworth.


Australian Tour Dates



JAN 9th– 14th

January 10th – The Post Office Bar And Grill “Beer Gardens”

January 11th – Kilcoy Exchange Hotel



JAN 16th – 26th

January 17th – The Longyard Hotel

January 18th – Toyota Country Music Fanzone Stage

January 18th – SSS BBQ Barn “Country Music Cocktails Party”

January 19th – Tamworth Shopping World

January 19th – The Longyard Hotel

January 20th – Good Companions

January 20th – Bicentennial Park Stage “International Artist Showcase”

January 21st – Southgate Inn “Gold Stage”

January 22nd – The Pub “On The Deck”

January 24th – Tamworth Shopping World

January 24th – The Longyard Hotel

January 25th – The Toyota Main Stage


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Prevost Accepts “Country Album Of The Year” At 2014 WCMA Awards

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Codie Prevost Accepts “Country Album Of The Year” At The 2014 Western Canadian Music Awards



SASKATOON — Saskatchewan country musician Codie Prevost’s year got a whole lot crazier Sunday night when he took home the 2014 Western Canadian Music Award for “Country Recording of the Year”.

His latest album “All Kinds of Crazy” was chosen from a category that included nominees Dallas Smith, Gord Bamford, Whiskey Jane, and Matt Patershuk.

Words cannot describe the feeling of gratitude when I heard my name called on Sunday evening. I have such an incredible support system that includes my music team, wife, family, and all my fans! This would not have been possible with out them” Prevost said Monday.

All Kinds of Crazy”, Prevost’s fourth album, was released independently in March. It was produced by Tom McKillip (Aaron Pritchett, One More Girl) and recorded at Studio Downe Under in Abbotsford and Armoury Studios in Vancouver.

It’s the Archerwill, SK native’s first WCMA. “All Kinds of Crazy” was also nominated for “Album of the Year” at the 2014 Canadian Country Music Association Awards.

The WCMAs honour musicians from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories in a variety of genres. Prevost accepted the award at a ceremony in Winnipeg.

Prevost would like to acknowledge SaskMusic, Factor, Creative Saskatchewan, and the Saskatchewan Arts Board for their support on this project. He would also like to thank everyone involved in the making of “All Kinds Of Crazy”.

Praise for “All Kinds of Crazy”

three time CCMA nominee Codie Prevost’s fourth album is a keeper; one that has been added to my coveted “no skips” collection. What does that mean? It means this is one record you will listen to straight through because there is not a bad song on it.

The Daily Country

“With the release of his 4th album All Kinds of Crazy, 3-time CCMA nominee Codie Prevost continues to go above and beyond and out do his past efforts to deliver a solid 8-song album.”

One Stop Country

“…apart from the great songwriting and singing, the production is just so well-rounded, flawless, and captivating, that it’s hard to resist!”


For more information or to book an interview, please contact:

Name: Al Leblanc

Phone: (306)862-6919


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Codie Prevost Nominated At The 2014 CCMA Awards

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Hey everyone,

Well it’s hard to believe that September’s already here. This year has flown by so fast.

I’m preparing to head to Edmonton for Canadian Country Music Week where I’ll be doing interviews, performing at various venues including the songwriters series, and attending the 2014 Canadian Country Music Awards as a nominee as my latest album “All Kinds Of Crazy” is nominated for “Album Of The Year”!

When I think back to my childhood I remember watching the CCMA Awards with my family every year on our 20” TV which at the time seemed like a luxury. I always dreamt of one day being a part of it. I am truly thankful for an incredible fan base, team, and family that have supported me along this journey and helped me reach this point.

You can tune into CBC on Sunday September 7th to watch the 2014 Canadian Country Music Association Awards Show at 8 p.m. local time (8:30 p.m. NT) on CBC-TV and on CMT (Canada) at 10 p.m. ET.

Thank you for your support here’s to a great year!


“All Kinds Of Crazy” Nominated For 2014 CCMA “Album Of The Year”



Saskatoon, SK July 16, 2014: Codie Prevost’s album “All Kinds of Crazy” has been a huge success since being independently released March 1, 2014. It debuted at #6 on the ITunes Canada Country Albums Chart, is nominated for “Country Recording Of The Year” at the 2014 Western Canadian Music Awards, and now is nominated for “Album Of The Year” at the 2014 Canadian Country Music Association Awards.

Prevost says he couldn’t be more thrilled. “A lot of hard work goes into making an album and when it’s finally finished you release it hoping people will like it and respond to it. As an artist the reaction to “All Kinds Of Crazy” has been overwhelming. I have my fans, my team, and my family to share these moments with and this wouldn’t be possible without them.” Exclaimed Prevost.

Other nominees in the “Album Of The Year” category include Dean Brody with “Crop Circles”; Brett Kissel with “Started with a Song”; Tim Hicks with “Throwdown”; and Dallas Smith with “Tippin’ Point EP”. This makes Prevost the only independent artist to be nominated in this category.

The CCMA Awards Show will be held at Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta on September 7, 2014. Tickets for the event are available at

Codie Prevost Abducted by Bigfoot!



For Immediate Release: Good Spirit Records

Codie Prevost was abducted by an army of large hairy beasts and forced to play songs in the wilderness. At least that is what happened in his shiny new “All Kinds of Crazy” music video.

“This was one of the most memorable video shoots I have ever been on,” exclaimed Prevost. “I ordered the costumes from the USA about a week before filming and had them shipped to my house. Thankfully they arrived on time and were the perfect size for the band.”

Early in the video, Prevost can be seen happily traipsing through the woods dressed as a park ranger working for “Sask Watch”. In an early scene Bigfoot can be seen scuttling across an opening behind him.

“It was filmed at my cabin I built near my hometown. We were hoping to do something outside the lines and a little crazy, and I feel we achieved that with the “All Kinds of Crazy” video” explained Prevost.

Prevost searches for Bigfoot through the window of his cabin. It was at that point where he was stealthily abducted.

“Funny thing is no one had any problems with dressing up like Bigfoot, and we had a lot of laughs” said Prevost. “The makeup took about an hour and a half for each person.”

After the kidnapper’s real intentions are exposed, Prevost ends up playing a concert with the band of Bigfoot.

The video was Directed by Liam Richards of Electric Umbrella and edited by Matt Smith of Sica Films. The band of Bigfoot in the video is Prevost’s real band including Al Leblanc on the bass, Todd Peters shredding on the lead guitar, and Hal Schrenk keeping the beat on drums.

Prevost gives special thanks to the owner of Outlaws Country Rock Bar, Dan Flemming; first cameraman, Derek Mortensen; makeup artist, Chelsea Kapiniak; wardrobe artist, Keeley Kapiniak; set manager, Brock Andrews; camera, Alan Yuen; and logo designer, Bryan Larson.

To watch the “All Kinds Of Crazy” Official Music Video Click Here:


Prevost Nominated For 2014 WCMA Award


For immediate release Good Spirit Records:

Award winning county music recording artist Codie Prevost has been nominated for “Country Recording Of The Year” at this years Western Canadian Music Awards, Which will be held in Winnipeg October 3rd and 4th. Prevost’s album “All Kinds of Crazy” has been well received by fans, and now it’s getting recognition from one of Canada’s greatest music organizations.

Prevost says “It’s such an honor to be nominated amongst some of Canada’s greatest artists. I feel very humble and thankful that I have had the opportunity to make a career in the music industry. I am very fortunate to be surrounded by an amazing team and fan base that support me.”

From the beginning, Prevost has concentrated his career more on the spreading of his love for music than worrying about advancing his name. It is for that reason this humble artist has some of the most loyal fans in country music.

Prevost wishes the best of luck to all the nominees, and couldn’t be more excited to have the honor of attending this year’s WCMA awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Click the link below to listen to “All Kinds Of Crazy”


Be In The Upcoming Codie Prevost Music Video!

Want to be an extra in my upcoming music video? Here are the details!!

When : Thursday June 5, 2014

Time : 2:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.

Dress : Dress like your going out on the town for a night out

Location : Outlaws Country Rock Bar (710 Idylwyld Drive North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7L 0Z2)

Must be 19 years of age and older.

Thank you in advance.


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