Contact

BOOKING
MICHAEL MCGREGOR AT HELLO BOOKING
michael@hellobooking.com
WWW.HELLOBOOKING.COM

MANAGEMENT
CHAD STAEHLY AT GOLD MOUNTAIN ENTERTAINMENT
cwstaehly@gmail.com

PUBLICITY
ERIN SCHOLZE AT DREAMSPIDER PUBLICITY
Erin@dreamspider.net
WWW.DREAMSPIDER.NET

RADIO PRESS
KARI ESTRIN
KARI@KARIESTRIN.COM

GENERAL INFO OR CONTACT
CHICAGOFARMERMUSIC@YAHOO.COM

15 Comments

  1. Posted April 23, 2013 at 5:25 pm | Permalink

    Hey Cody,

    It was a pleasure meting You, your Mother, and Siter, at the Morel Fesival. I’m diggin “Backenforth Illinois”!
    What did you think of my disc? Don’t hesitate to contact me to do a show or some tour support. Also, if there are any comments you had about my album/music, I’m collecting quotes from musicians about the album to help with publicity and sales… their not going as well as I had initially thought they would. Anyway, hope to meet up again in the nea future.

    Cheers,
    Landon Keller

  2. Jeff Robinson
    Posted June 6, 2013 at 3:45 pm | Permalink

    You should be doing an Americana Music Association radio campaign.

    http://www.americanaradio.org/ama/displaychart_beforetracks.asp?mode=lw&dtkey=

    Simple to do. Let me know if you’re interested.

    Jeff

  3. Posted June 11, 2013 at 4:34 pm | Permalink

    Hey Jeff, we actually just finished the campaign about 6 weeks ago. We were in the top 40 on the Americana Charts for a month or so and in the top 10 on Radio Free American Charts! Thanks for taking a look at the site! Cody (Chicago Farmer)

  4. Ed Mandel
    Posted June 13, 2013 at 6:55 pm | Permalink

    I heard you for the first time at Summer Camp 2013. I’ve listened to the “Twenty Dollar” song several times on youtube since the show. It is amazing how a great act only needs an acoustic guitar & well written lyrics (no lasers or special effects). I thought the smaller Camping stage served you well despite the rain. I thought it was charming that you turned the rain into a few humorous remarks & an opportunity to play a bit of Bob Dylan’s “Hard Rain gonna fall” on his 72nd birthday. I have major issues with the SoulShine stage/tent. Even at the back of the Soulshine tent, the volume was too loud. I would have to stand 1/3 of a mile away from the tent to get the volume to a decent level without hurting my ear drums. Despite this, I still thought your act & Rev Peyton Big Damn Band were my 2 favorite acts of the Summer Camp event. See you again soon.

  5. ryan costello
    Posted June 19, 2013 at 3:17 am | Permalink

    Your record is a breath of fresh air…I got it at the show you played with Pokey. I needed something new, and I found it. RAD man…RAD!

  6. steve and susan arch
    Posted October 13, 2013 at 2:07 pm | Permalink

    We missed seeing you in St. Charles last night. We drove up from the Quad Cities to see you at the Scarecrow festival. We saw you on the river in Davenport this summer and loved you. We will catch you again soon —- meanwhile we listen to your great CD!

    Susan and Steve Archer
    Moline, IL

  7. Posted October 17, 2013 at 5:57 pm | Permalink

    Steve and Susan, very sorry about the cancellation. It was completely out of my control. I was called at 4pm and told my stage was cancelled due to weather. About 10 minutes later the Sun came out. We were as confused as anyone, very sorry for the inconvenience. Again, it was not my call, hope to see you all again soon! Cody

  8. Marina McCoy
    Posted November 7, 2013 at 6:40 pm | Permalink

    Hello!

    My name is Marina McCoy and I live in North Lake Tahoe. I just started listening to your music a couple weeks ago and fell in love! If you ever make it out west please stop in North Lake Tahoe and play a show!

    All the best,
    Marina

  9. Posted January 11, 2014 at 6:38 pm | Permalink

    we love Chicago Farmer at Ninth Street Pub

  10. Jerod Raisch
    Posted March 1, 2014 at 6:48 am | Permalink

    Mile High Welcomes Chicago Farmer! Cody – Beymer just gave me the heads up you are jamming in my hood…. Stuck in Vegas at the airport tonight, but Lee and I are going to make at least one show. Let me know if you need to crash any night Vail or Denver. I’ll let you know which show, looking like CSprings, Breck, or Fort Fun. Looking forward to it!

  11. Judas Crowley
    Posted May 1, 2014 at 2:59 pm | Permalink

    How is it going?
    Just wanted to say your tunes have really helped in regards to knowing someone out there is singing what I feel inside, Its personable for many, I have a lot of friends that Ive turned your tunes on to and is now the party music playing most of the time.

    Im also stoked to see your rising to the top in a lot of ways in the industry, I also admire the independence of you and your team. A lot of people to me need to hear you and your tuneage, All this commercial music is really to me forcing people to find new artist’s, for most music today sounds the same in their genres.

    Rock every band his trying to sound the same, RAP all rappers are trying to follow their idols and their way of music, so they can fit in to the scene. Country has lost the touch of out laws and old school traditions, They all try and sound the same as well, But not you, Your paving your way in your own accord..

    Ive got a radio show Ive been trying to get you on. We are on many networks, I heart, Podbean, Blogtalk, Exite,Ect.

    Where on a lot of external podcast sites and we have reached up to 200,000,000 listeners on these networks, The Network im on is http://www.dtmwickedradio.com if you want to check us out, I know your climbing up the ladder and I hope maybe you can find the time to come on and give us a short interview, Talk about your inspirations and goals, and let us play your tunes for new listeners so they can have a chance to hear you if they never have.

    As well as us promote your sites and albums, I dont want no money nothing, I just want to help artists who are doing it themselves, On the show we do Exposing DIY Artist’s in the Breaking of the second hour, We play a couple of your tunes , Plug your sites, Tell people about your upcoming gigs and goals and possible album releases if you have one in the works, Then I plug your tunes on my sites and push them out to my fans.. If your down with the kick down, Ive contacted Brandon and I know he is busy, But maybe you guys if interested could squeeze in a little time on the show..

    I do a lot to get my show out there and I personally have 4600 listeners every week when airing live on DTM. Then the Archives are uploaded to all the sites including every social media site, From Blogger, To Youtube, Twitter you name it. Im still a new show ive been out for ten months and we are growing as well,. Im a musician my self this is why I started this, Bringing back music, Not mandatory noise on URINE STREAM MUSIC on main stream radio stations. Dont get me wrong I love all music, But I love originality a lot more..
    It would be great to hear from ya
    Hit me up..
    http://www.judascrowley@gmail.com
    HERE IS THE SOUND CLOUD SITE OF “EXPOSING DIY ARTIST”S”
    https://soundcloud.com/exposing-diy-artists/sets/exposing-diy-artists

  12. UNCLE BOB
    Posted November 18, 2014 at 7:50 pm | Permalink

    HEY CODY &KYMBER:GOOD TO HAVE YOU BACK IN MADISON.THE NEW Album SOUNDS GREAT. HOPE YOU”RE FEELING BETTER KYMBER & AND CAN MAKE IT BACK TO MADISON NEXT TIME. GREAT SET CODY. AND YOU”RE ENCORE SET WITH PAT WAS AWESOME ALSO. HAVE A GREAT REST OF YOUR TOUR. VINYL RULES. LOVE & PEACE &MUSIC. (CHRYSS”S) UNCLE BOB.

  13. Joe Smuda
    Posted December 20, 2014 at 3:05 am | Permalink

    Saw you at The Ark in Ann Arbor, Michigan a few months ago. A free show, as you know, enjoyed it a lot, left feeling like I had just got away with an act of theft. I have since tried to atone for that theft, bought a copy of “Backenforth, Il. ” as a gift for my sister (would’ve bought two, but they only had one left). Pretty sure she’ll be an instant fan (as I was).

  14. Rod
    Posted July 13, 2015 at 11:34 am | Permalink

    Saw you at Todd Snider’ s festival in Memphis. Loved your music! Please Come south more often!

  15. John Fulton
    Posted July 13, 2016 at 2:49 am | Permalink

    Having moved to Pennsylvania, I sure miss my regular Illinois fix of Chicago Farmer; new years eve 2016 at the Castle Theatre rocked! My Kim wears your Kimber’s “Twice Upon a String” Jewelry often; people here love it too! Maybe we’ll make it back for another iconic Illinois show, or catch you at the Ark in Ann Arbor Michigan sometime soon.
    John – the wind farm guy

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