Trevor Martin grew up 63 miles north of Nashville in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Diagnosed with a bleeding disorder at birth, Trevor could not play contact sports, so he began to explore other ways to stay active. It became clear that singing and entertaining were his true passions. At 8 years old, he performed the Jackson 5 song “I Want You Back” with the Orchestra Kentucky, and during that performance he realized that he not only enjoyed the music he was making, but that others enjoyed it as well. In 7th grade he picked up the guitar to impress the girls in his town, but discovered that there were so many more doors to open with his music. Influences such as John Mayer, Ed Sheeran, Dan + Shay, and Brett Young allowed Trevor to create his own unique musical sound.
Trevor recorded his first single, “Feels Good To Be Loved,” at Ocean Way Studios after starting his college career at Belmont University in 2015. He also had the opportunity to sing background vocals for Sheryl Crow at Christmas At Belmont and was one of 4 artist selected to perform in the Commercial Music Showcase.
After graduating from Belmont in 2019, Trevor has continued to pursue his music career in Nashville, Tennessee. He has performed multiple times for CMT promoting the CMT Crossroads, as well as some of the best venues in Nashville including the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Analog at Hutton Hotel, Ole Red, The Valentine, The Stage, The Listening Room, and Belcourt Taps.
With multiple viral videos in 2022 with his song "Keeper," Trevor has reached millions of country music fans. Having surpassed 3 million collective streams on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube, Trevor is excited to continue his musical journey
Also a successful actor, Trevor appeared in the HBO show, "Vice Principals" and the feature film "90 Minutes in Heaven." He also wrote and performed the theme song for the film "The UnMiracle."
Trevor's ultimate goal is to become an atrist whose music is listened to, connected with, and loved by many!