Trevor Panczak



Trevor Panczak

Alberta born and farmed raised, Trevor Panczak (pan*zak) has worked passionately to become the entertainer he is today. He is talented as a writer & vocalist but what really brings it all together under his cowboy hat and out of his 6’5” frame, is Trevor's natural ability to connect with an audience. His laid back humour, smooth voice and charming stage presence will leave a lasting impression. 

Trevor strives to bring people together through his music, personality and community spirit. True to his farm roots, Trevor believes he is here to sing and to serve.  He has supported countless charities and fundraising organizations in and beyond Alberta’s borders, helping to raise over $400,000.00 in the past 4 years. If you're looking for an authentic country music entertainer,  Trevor Panczak is the one for you. 

Single Listing

Cheap Shades - Official video

Cheap Shades - Lyric video

For A Girl - Official Video 

 For A Girl - Lyric Video


Tan Line  
I Can Be the Lover
Blame it on the Whiskey


-Toured extensively throughout Canada with his band as well as with
Brett Kissel on the "We Were that song Tour"

-Headlined festivals in Alberta and Saskatchewan

Released the hit single Cheap Shades to Canadian Country Radio



-Headlined Rockin River Music Fest with Kacey Musgraves and Willie Nelson.

 -Performed on the live TV broadcast of the ACMA awards in Red Deer, AB

-Chosen to represent the Calgary Stampede for the Corroboree Tourism events in Australia

-Canadian Music Week Showcase at Boots & Bourbon- Toronto, ON
-Main stage Festival spots in Grande Prairie Stompede with Washboard Union and Mark Chesnutt, Darwell BarnBurner with Aaron Goodvin and Emerson Drive, Bruce Stampede, Ponoka Stampede, Calgary Stampede - Nashville North, Guy Weadick Days in High River, Taber Cornfest.
-Awarded a personalized belt buckle from the Calgary Stampede for 20 years of dedicated service
-Filmed 4 TV segments on the Netflix program Explore TV hosted by Trevor Cochrane
-National TV spot on Global National Morning Show
-Regional tv spots including some fun in Saskatoon, SK on CTV morning LIVE
-Showcasing at the ATAA (Arts touring Alliance of Alberta) (over 40 shows with them since 2011)
-Released “Blame it on the Whiskey” to Canadian Radio
-Showcased at CCMA week in Saskatoon, SK
-Released full length album “Where I go to Come Back” on all digital platforms
-Nominated 3 times by the Association of Country Music in Alberta for Male Artist of the Year, Video of the Year and Rising Star
-Top 12 Finalist in the WILD 95.3FM, Jim Pattison broadcast group, Alberta Music emerging artist program Project WILD 2016.
-Opening Act Joe Nichols/Gord Bamford Show Enmax centre Lethbridge, AB
-Released “I Can Be the Lover” to Canadian Radio with video produced by Dan Berdusco
-Regional radio tour BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario


His 2014 single release “For a Girl” peaked in the top 50 (17 Canadian) on Canadian Country Radio. 

Trevor had 75 appearances in 2015 including:

5 days at the Calgary Stampede’s Nashville North Stage.

Opening act for Country Music legend Clint Black in Bonnyville, AB.

Opening act for Lady Antebellum at The Enmax Centre in Lethbridge, AB.

Trevor’s 2nd Single “Tan Line” released to Canadian radio in June.

Trevor’s 2nd video for “Tan Line” was also released in June.

Trevor was a part of numerous fundraising efforts including "Music at the Stockyards" raising over $130,000.00 with various auctioneers in Southern Alberta for The Lethbridge Therapeutic Riding Association. The inspired event was held to gather donations to rebuild a riding facility, primarily for people with physical and mental challenges, that had previously collapsed due to heavy wet snowfall in late 2014.


Opened for Tim Mcgraw at Rexall Place in Edmonton, AB

Performed at Winnipeg’s inaugural Prairie Jam at Investors Group Field with Zac Brown Band Thompson Square and Kiera Isabella 

Performed 5 days at the Calgary Stampede’s Nashville North Stage

Released the single “For A Girl” to Canadian Radio followed up with his first video.


Continued to tour with the ATAA.

Worked on 5th Recording of new original material

Performed at the Canadian Curling Association’s Brier & Scott Tournament of Hearts 

Performed 5 days at the Calgary Stampede’s Nashville North Stage

Opening act for Country music legend Don Williams 5 show Canadian tour.

Became the ‘face” of Northside LEthbridge Dodge in Lethbridge doing TV and radio ads along with extensive investment strategies in the community. (2012-present) 


Travelled the Province as a part of the Alberta Touring Alliance Concert Series 2011 including a show in Hawaii.

Released his latest EP Another Day Another Dollar to which he donates $1 from every cd sale to the Ronald McDonald House.

Released his first Cover Song, Fire & Rain by James Taylor to Canadian Radio.  


-Released his Original “Song About Drinkin” to radio and cracked the top 70 Canadian charts

-Performed over 100 shows including:

-Opening for Michelle Wright

-The Calgary Stampede.

-UFA Centennial Grass roots events throughout the province.   

-$1 from each $5 CD goes to the Ronald McDonald House.  The total donated dollars currently stand at over $20,000. 


-Over 100 shows, including appearances at: 

-The Alberta Salute during Juno week 

-The Patti Page Canadian Tour 

-The Calgary Stampede, 

-The Montana State Fair

-Placed runner-up out of 50,000 contestants in the National Final of the Colgate Country Showdown at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.      

-The January release of Trevor’s debut single “Give me that Smile” coincided with a retail agreement with The UFA Co-op & a fund raising arrangement with The Ronald McDonald House.  

-“Give me that Smile” went to #1 at CFCW in Edmonton and made the top 100 for 2008 at CJXX in Grande Prairie. 

-The EP album, “Roll On” went on sale at 75 UFA retail locations in Alberta.

1997-2007 Memorable Moments


Recorded 1st album locally of original material entitled “Just Me & You.”

Trevor’s brother Richard was killed by a drunk driver. Please Don’t Drink & Drive


Won the Calgary Stampede Youth Talent Showdown Talent Contest.

Won the Canadian Finals Rodeo Country Vocal Spotlight Singing Competition


Recorded 2nd album in Nashville TN. The late Gary Buck was producer.

Was awarded the Young Albertan Award from the Provincial Government.

2003 Trevor’s dad Johnny Passed away from Cancer.

2005 Awarded the Alberta Centennial Medal for excellence in community.

2002-2007 4 time Montana State Champion in the Colgate Country Showdown





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