2019 NOMINEE - BEST COUNTRY RECORDING, Indigenous Music Awards
2019 NOMINEE - BEST Indigenous RECORDING
Edmonton Music Awards
“Pure homegrown Alberta Talent. Fine songwriter, entertainer and he learned from the best of’em.” – Dick Damron, Canadian Country Music Hall of Famer
Available for your:
- Talent Shows (backing band)
- Host/Master of Ceremonies
- Studio Session Recordings for Bass, acoustic guitars
- Song-Writing Collaboration
- Song-Writing Workshops
- Backing Musician (sideman)
- Live Music Showcases
has many stories to tell and he learned to craft his skill as a musician's musician, playing dancehalls since he was a teen. His sound is pure Alberta country.
Trent watched his Dad from a very young age, sit at the kitchen table and write songs. He always had a pot of coffee, a lit cigarette and an old tape recorder. Trent would hide in the next room and listen to the stories his Dad would create. His love of music and story telling would eventually inspire him to start composing his own songs. Trent's do it yourself attitude lead him to invest in recording gear. He learned by trial and error and never stopped pushing forward. Trent has produced two albums for his Father's band Duster, as well as both his solo projects. Trent continues to record himself as well as mentoring new artists. Trent's mission is to use his art to express the human experience; raw, witty and unwavering.
2019 - Nominee - Best Indigenous Recording, Edmonton Music Awards, Kokum's Stories
2019 - Nominee - Best Country Recording, Indigenous Music Awards, Now and...Then
2018 - Nominee - Best Male Artist, Best Country Recording, Best Video (narrative), Native American Music Awards, Now and...Then
2018 - Nominee - Best Country Recording, Indian Summer Music Awards, Kokum's Stories
2015 - Winner - Best Country Recording, Indian Summer Music Awards. I Don't Regret a Thing.
2018 - Now and...Then
2014 - I Don’t Regret a Thing (Solo)