Codie Prevost is a 4-time Canadian Country Music Association nominee and 26-time Saskatchewan Country Music Association award recipient. Growing up on a farm in rural Saskatchewan, Canada Prevost learnt at an early age that hard work and perseverance would lead to good things. Since starting his career he has shared the stage with some of country music’s top performers including Garth Brooks, Florida Georgia Line, Joe Nichols, Jason Aldean, Big & Rich, and Neal McCoy.
Prevost has four award-winning studio albums including his release “All Kinds Of Crazy” that debuted at #6 on the ITunes Albums Chart. “All Kinds Of Crazy” received “Country Recording Of The Year” at the 2014 Western Canadian Music Awards and was nominated for “Album Of The Year” at the 2014 Canadian Country Music Association Awards. Prevost just launched his 5th studio album “RADIO”.
Belle Plaine is a singer, a songwriter and an inventive musician who was raised on the Canadian prairies near the hamlet of Fosston, Saskatchewan – population: 54. The ingenuity, lonesome yearning and collaborative work ethic of country life have infiltrated her songwriting, her sound and her methods. Belle’s reverence for artists who defy categorization has led her to create a brand of roots music that combines vintage blues and swing tones of the 1940s with classic country styles made popular in the heyday of the Grand Ole Opry. Belle’s greatest strength is an unfailing ability to weave stories, genres and emotions with her formidable voice.
“If Patsy Cline and Blossom Dearie had a love child she would sing like Belle Plaine. Belle’s voice is old timey and jazzy. It has twang, crystal bells and swing. You listen to this voice, and all of a sudden your cheatin’ heart has a very dry martini in hand, and you’re hearing something both timeless and brand new.” — Kelley Jo Burke, CBC
When Warner Music Canada recording artist Aaron Goodvin was announced as the winner of the 2018 CCMA award as Songwriter of the Year, it was a sign that the music industry was acknowledging what the public already new – a new star had arrived! Aaron recorded and released his 2016 self-titled debut album with the confidence of having already enjoyed success as a songwriter contributing the track “Out Like That” on Luke Bryan’s multi-platinum album Crash My Party. With a number of hits under his belt and an incomparable live show, Aaron Goodvin has become one of the most talked about new names on the Canadian country music scene.
Aaron’s versatility and passion for writing and performing is second to none. Aaron has a natural ability to light up a stage, connect with his audience, and deliver a show-stopping performance, whether it’s a small intimate gathering or a crowd of thousands.
Brody Siebert is well on his way to proving he is a part of the new crop of country artists on the rise in Canadian country music. Born and raised in the small farming community of Spiritwood Saskatchewan, Brody grew up in a family full of musical talent. He grew up being heavily influenced by older brother Riley, as well as the greats such as Waylon Jennings and Garth Brooks. Brody flew down to Nashville in November 2014 where he recorded three songs with fellow Canadian Aaron Goodvin. The first two single releases “Lay it On Me Tonight” and “Back In Mine” hit Top 65 status on Mediabase Canada.
Brody’s latest single “Ring On It” was released in August 2017, just prior to his performance in his hometown of Saskatoon at the CCMA Rockin’ Country Cabaret alongside industry heavy weights like Chad Brownlee and the Road Hammers. As he prepares to record his next project, Brody is excited for the future and all it’s possibilities.
Blake Berglund's fresh style of country music is unpredictable, intelligent, genuine, and a pleasant surprise, given his hard-rock/pseudo metal background. His grassroots approach has earned him a reputation as 'the guy who sold 10,000 CDs door-to-door.” Raised in the Moose Mountains deep in Saskatchewan's south east corner, Berglund took his early childhood responsibilities of tending to 200 head of horses as the education needed to base his music career around hard work and cultivating relationships.
Berglund's newest album was released in 2017 through his independently owned and operated, Oceanman Records.
Berglund is self-managed and booked. He's gained supporters world-wide based on his work ethic, out of the box marketing and unique musical style.
Jay Semko is known internationally as singer/bassist with multiple JUNO Award nominees and Western Canadian Music Hall of Fame members The Northern Pikes, and as an award winning music composer for numerous film and TV productions, including the syndicated series, "Due South". He is considered one of Canada’s premiere singer/ songwriters, with 10 solo albums released, and has co-written and recorded with many of the best songwriters and musicians in music.
Jay has recently released a new solo album, entitled “Never Sent” - a collection of 10 new songs, and in June 2018 he and the other members of the Northern Pikes were presented with the SOCAN Classic Award for their single “She Ain’t Pretty” receiving over 100,000 plays on Canadian radio. Jay continues to tour across Canada with the Northern Pikes and as a solo acoustic artist, sharing his songs, stories and adventures from his life in music.
Samara Yung isn't afraid to pave her own path. Her current album Steamroller encompasses Samara's journey and where she is both musically and personally. A multiple SCMA award winner, Yung released Steamroller on May 26 2017 and was produced in part by Danick Dupelle (Emerson Drive) and Bart McKay (Brett Kissel). It featured the singles "Scared Enough" and "Fireproof", which was co-written by GRAMMY Award winners Maren Morris and Emily Weisband.
Years of experience from her beginnings as a performer in her father's band, Samara has roots that run deep into many genres of music. Music is truly a family affair for the Yungs; with her dad on bass, and her mom and husband waiting in the wings with their toddler Nova, music is not just a job - it's a lifestyle. A new single will be released later this fall from her brand new project due out in 2019.
Brock Andrews is a heartfelt, high-energy country artist who proudly represents Saskatchewan on stages across North America. Andrews started his solo music career with the launch of his first full length album "Eight" which spent several weeks in the top ten of the ITunes charts. He has achieved international radio play across Canada and into the Southern states with six songs from the album including "Collide," "Beer In Heaven," and "Seven Hills" which have spent time on the BDS Billboard top 100.
Brock is a four-time international award winning singer/songwriter who led all 2017 SCMA award nominees with 6 nominations and was honored as a CBC Future 40 award winner. A proudly sponsored artist of Jim Beam and Gretsch guitars, Brock is ready to continue his rise in the Canadian country music scene with a new album, new music video and new single hitting the airwaves at the end of 2018.
Chris Henderson’s blend of modern country sound, with strong traditional roots has helped him become one of Canada’s busiest Country Recording Artists. Since his debut album released in 2008, the former high school teacher has been touring the prairies and Canada relentlessly, and has released 12 singles to National radio including, “Don’t Miss Your Kiss Goodbye” (peaked at #47 on BDS Charts), “I Sure Hope He Loves You” (#51) and “My Regret” (#47)
The veteran singer/songwriter released his third studio album in March of 2017, and has been nominated for 31 Saskatchewan Country Music Awards including the win for "Male Vocalist of the Year" in 2017, and "Songwriter of the Year" in 2014. He has been featured in “Country Weekly Magazine” in Nashville, “Country Music News” and on the cover of “Lifestyles”, as well as many other publications across North America.