Find Time to Connect with Trevor Panczak at Horizon Stage on April 12
There’s something authentic and immediately likeable about Trevor Panczak and his music. The Alberta-based award winning country music entertainer writes, interprets, and records songs that speak to one’s heart in a way that is simple and soulful with an appeal to a broad array of music fans. Trevor is as real and honest as you can get. He last performed at Horizon Stage in 2011 and the theatre is happy to welcome him back as the closing artist in their 2018-19 Season on Friday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m.
With a delivery that is sincere, without lapsing into sentimentality, Trevor’s understated approach relies on a passionate heart that believes in the importance of connection with people through the medium of music – to brighten their day, to get them to think and feel, and to have someone who can express their dreams and desires, heartaches and hard times in a way that is genuine and heartening.
Trevor’s 2017 album, Where I Go To Come Back, is a truly definitive collection of 13 songs that are a perfectly balanced blend of old-school Country storytelling, with the feel and textures of modern recording. Tracks like “For a Girl”, “Cheap Shades” and “Blame it on the Whisky” have easy to connect with lyrics and memorable choruses. His two previous EP’s, 2008’s Roll On, and 2010’s Another Day, Another Dollar, sold over 25,000 copies between them.
In recent years, Trevor’s reputation for superior showmanship and sheer entertainment value has seen him sharing the stage with the likes of legendary country acts such as Zac Brown Band, Michelle Wright, Keith Urban, Clint Black, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, Don Williams, Washboard Union, Brett Kissel and most recently Mark Chesnutt, Kasey Musgraves, and the legendary Willie Nelson.
Trevor is easily one of Southern Alberta’s most respected and beloved country artists. Part of this goes back to his affable charm, the approachability of his personality, and his music. It is also because, from the earliest days of his career, he has given back to his community and province at every opportunity. In recent years he has helped raise over $350,000 for local charities including STARS Air Ambulance, The Lethbridge Therapeutic Riding Association, Ronald McDonald House, as well as a Red Cross fundraiser for victims of the 2016 Fort McMurray fires. “I just love to do community work and give back to the people who have given so much to me,” he says.
Enjoy a night of candid, compelling, and catchy country music with Trevor Panczak at Horizon Stage on Friday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 for Adults and $30 for Students and Seniors and may be purchased at the City Hall Ticket Centre (315 Jespersen Ave), by phone at 780-962-8995 or 1-888-655-9090, and online through Ticketpro.ca.