Trevor Page grew up singing in the choir of a Southern Baptist church in Titusville, Florida. His informal music education began at home listening to the Gospel, Soul, and R&B records that his mother would play. Donny Hathaway, Whitney Houston and Bebe and Cece Winans were some of the first singers he was musically introduced to. Although his influences are vast, his roots are apparent by listening to his soulful vocals. The product of a multi-racial family (having a white father and a black mother) he understood early that music could help bring people together.
Trevor soon began writing, producing, performing, and developing his unique musical style. Early on he formed a Hip Hop group, produced and recorded an album and went on a short US tour for promotion. Trevor was anxious to satisfy another of his goals and decided to create his own musical project that would showcase his vocals.
His album called These Days was completed in 2012. While showcasing unique lyrics it also boasts a new charismatic sound of it’s own. The tracks are heavily soaked with colorful pop riffs and bassy beats that keep the night’s tempo moving. Produced and written in the majority by Trevor, the album does feature a few guests vocalists, musicians and producers. Gabe Lopez produced and co-wrote on the song Dancing on the Edge and Ricky Diamond lends his vocals on the party song One of Those Nights.
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