Quick Facts Aaron Pritchett

Aaron Pritchett is a Canadian country music singer. He has been signed to the various label including Big Star Recordings, Royalty Records, and 604 Records.


Aaron was born on August 2, 1970, in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada. He first started working at Rooster’s Country Cabaret bar in Pitt Meadows, BC as a DJ. As a DJ he used to perform a cover. He co-writes his own material and he used to put together in some independently produced songs. He has also released a couple of CDs. His song is played on local radio station JRfm since 2002. 

Later, production company Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger, 604 Records signed him. With Toby Keith, he went on a tour of Western Canada. On September 9, 2008, he released his album “Thankful”. He went on a tour with his fellow 604 Records artist Jessie Farrell. On November 9, 2010, he released his another album “In the Driver’s Seat” with Decibel Records. On May 12, 2015, he released his first greatest hits album “Body of Work: A Collection of Hits”.


In 1996, he self-released his album “Young in Love”. On August 13, 2002, he released his second studio album “Consider This” with Royalty Records. The first and second singles of the album are “Consider This” and “You Can’t Say I Didn’t Love You”. The other tracks of the albums are “What Some People Throw Away”, “Heart Like a Hurricane”, “The Last Goodbye”, “Bad for Good”, “Perfectly Blue” and “Tip Jars and Tears Drops”. On September 9, 2003, he released his third studio album “Something Goin’ On Here” with Royalty Records. The hit single from the album is “New Frontier”, “Lucky for Me”, “My Way” and “John Roland Wood”. 

In 1998, Deryl Dodd released “John Roland Wood” released the song as his single from his self-titled album. The other tracks from the albums are “18”, “Little Things”, “Don’t Even Think About It”, “Right Down the Line”, “New Frontier”, “Best Days” and “Something Goin on Here”. The total length of the album is 35 minutes and 56 seconds. On April 18, 2006, his fourth album “Big Wheel” was released on OPM Records. The hit singles from the album are “Done You Wrong”, “Hold My Beer”, “The Weight”, “Big Wheel” and “Warm Safe Place”. In September 2006, the Canadian Country Music Association nominated his album as Album of the Year. He was awarded Juno Award in 2007 for the album. The album has 13 tracks. The other tracks of the albums are “Drivin’ Song”, “Lonely’s to the Bone”, “Gone”, “On My Way to You”, “You’re Not Gonna Miss Me” and “Somethin’ Bout a Train”. 

On September 9, 2008, he released another album “Thankful” with 604 Records. The album’s first three singles are “How Do I Get There”, “Hell Bent for Buffalo” and “Unravelling”. All three single were successful to chart on the Canadian Hot 100. His sixth album “In the Driver’s Seat” was released on November 9, 2010, with Decibel Records”. The album has a total of 12 tracks. The hit singles from the album are “Light It Up”, “Drive”, “Coming Clean” and “I Want to Be in It with You”.