With his unique voice, impeccable stage presence, and country style, Trevor Tagle is sweeping the Pacific Northwest music scene.
Trevor’s rapid rise to musical fame is right out of your classic country song. Raised in a town of less than 9,000, Trevor graduated from Sweet Home High School in 2006. From there, Trevor attended Oregon State University. To help pass time in his dorm room, Trevor brought along his father’s guitar and began teaching himself how to play. Trevor’s love for music slowly took over. Singing around bonfires with friends turned into playing at local restaurants and bars. Soon, Trevor began opening and headlining main stages with his distinct sound.
Trevor’s voice has been compared to Jon Pardi, Chris Stapleton, and Brantley Gilbert. Tagle has opened for chart-topping artists like Old Dominion, Randy Houser, Toby Keith, Tracy Lawrence, Uncle Kracker, The Oak Ridge Boys, Mark Chestnutt, and Jon Pardi.
Trevor recently released his first single “Doin’ Me” and it became a charting song as well as the #1 requested song on local Willamette Valley radio station, 99.9 FM KRKT.
“I honestly can’t explain the feeling of seeing my name right next to so many influential Nashville artists,” says Tagle. “Hearing my voice on the radio is still weird to me.”
You can find “Doin’ Me” on iTunes and Spotify, and you can follow Trevor Tagle on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.