Friday, July 1, 2022
Killarney Ag Grounds
Join us on Canada Day for the
featuring opening artist
There’s just something honest, compelling and immediately likeable about Trevor Panczak and his music. With a refreshing authenticity that is increasingly rare to find, the Alberta-based, award winning country recording entertainer writes, interprets and records songs that speak to one’s heart in a way that is simple, soulful and with an appeal to a broad array of music fans.
Whether singing original compositions or those of other writers, Trevor is able to take ownership of the song; his vocal performance grabbing hold of the listener’s attention, evoking memories and emotions born out of a life that has seen its tragedies and triumphs. He has developed the remarkable ability to connect not only with an audience but with a song and translate his own personal connection to engage listeners.
Trevor, a 6’ 5” gentle giant, who gains friends and supporters easily because of his recognizable sincerity, has also had fruition at radio with two top 50 hits from his full length album Where I Go to Come Back. The popular and critically acclaimed singles Cheap Shades, and the upbeat and affectionate For a Girl. Both represent Trevor’s affinity for material that is simple, but not simplistic – songs that are laden with the sort of sentimental imagery that makes any listener smile with a sense of familiarity and recognition. “I love songs that are about real people, real situations, and real feelings. There’s nothing fancy or artificial about my music and I don’t believe in the genre lines so much. There is really only two kinds of music, good or bad. I like to write and interpret songs that the regular everyday person can identify with.
In recent years, his reputation for superior showmanship and sheer entertainment value has earned him Headline spots on festival and theatre stages as well as opening slots for the likes of legendary country acts such as Zac Brown Band, Michelle Wright, Miss Patti Page, Dan Seals, Ian Tyson, Don Williams, Keith Urban, Clint Black, Thompson Square, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, Brett Kissel, Willie Nelson and Kacey Musgraves. “No matter where I go, or what happens in my career, I will never forget my roots and I will never stop supporting my community. I hope that with each single and album I release and each tour that I do, I can give back even more on a broader scale and support other causes. It’s part of who I am, and that will never change.”
For more information or to purchase your tickets, contact the Heritage Home for the Arts, 431-734-0394 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org