Trevor Doucette

Trevor Doucette


Trevor Doucette is the Urban Cowboy who's sound is difinitely country/contemporary/R'n'B. Terrific shows and great vocals. Definitely a Must See!!


Born in the Jamaican countryside, Trevor grew up listening to his father, a preacher, play double pedal steel guitar and listening to the country music classics in his father's record collection. Trevor, who sang in his father's church choir, moved to Canada when he was ten years old and went on to train as a professional musician, touring with musical revues and fronting several bands. It is in country music, though, where Trevor has found a genre that compliments his own songwriting and storytelling skills.
A consumate showman, Trevor has spent the last few years honing his live show with appearances at Canadian Country Music week and the O.C.P.F.A. Anniversary Part, opning slots for Julian Austin and Colin Amey as well as numerous other appearances, most recently at the CRS in Nashville. With his powerful vocal delivery Trevor has wowed many an audience, turning heads with his ability to intertwine the nuances of R'n'B with his decidedly Country sound.


Trevor continues to impress as February 2003 saw the release of his first single to radio "It Takes A Woman" August 2003 saw the release of a second single "lonely In Houston" the title track to his Album. Both singles were well received and received great airplay from British Columbia to Prince Edward Island. September 30th, 2003 saw the release of Trevor's Cd "lonely In Houston" Which is distributed by Fusion 3 and is available in stores November 11th/03.

Set List

The Band plays 2 45 minute sets. A typical set comprises of original material, some Rascal Flats, Keith Urban, Wilkinsons, Tim McGraw.