Solo Gig @The Greenhouse: SOLD OUT

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Royal Television Society Award for Let Me In

Screen Shot 2017-12-01 at 11.56.06Great news  from the Royal Television Society Awards

My friends Barry Tomes of TomesPR USA and Monica Price won the award for Let Me In a film about Autism with Keith Duffy from Boyszone for which I wrote the music – Happy Days 🙂


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Hollywood Music In Media Awards

Great stuff The HMMAs six years in a row I’ve won it twice in the past but I’m very happy just to get the nomination especially as it features the great Tracy Nelson.

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Trevor Sewell and Janis Ian hit I-Heart Radio Chart

Great news Fade To Grey by Trevor Sewell and  Janis Ian straight in at Number 29 – got to be happy with that. Playing out now over N.America and Canada.fadeToGreyToCDBABY_RadioMIX2

Calling Nashville on Radio Caroline Chart

Great stuff – always happy  to be on one of the charts I grew up listening to 🙂

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Calling Nashville hits number 1 on roots International Chart


Great article in Sunderland Echo

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A Sunderland musician’s latest album has gone down a storm with blues fans across the country, beating the likes of Ed Sheeran to top spot in the charts. Trevor Sewell’s new album, ‘Calling Nashville’, has picked up a serious amount of traction after featuring on Radio 2’s Paul Jones show. The album even beat the likes of Calvin Harris and Ed Sheeran to secure the number one position in America’s Roots Music Report Chart – a feat that delighted Trevor. The artist sings and plays guitar alongside his band, made up of James Ward on bass, and Trevor Brewis on drums.

Read more at: said: “It’s always great hearing my music on the Paul Jones show and I get a really great reaction on social media every time Paul plays one of my tracks. “I was introduced to Paul Jones by Paul “Goffy” Gough from BBC Tees, who has been incredibly helpful, and we all met up recently in Whitby and it was nice to be able to thank Paul in person for featuring my music. “I was very fortunate to have the wonderful Janis Ian – who is best known for her worldwide Grammy winning hit ‘At 17’ – play piano and sing with me on the album. “My latest single, ‘Fade to Grey’, is a duet between myself and Janis, which despite being over seven minutes long, has been picking up substantial radio play particularly in the United States.

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Great Double Page Spread In Blues In Britain This Month

bluesInBritainGreat two page spread in Blue in Britain this month = happy days.



Nice article from Greece ‘Smashing Down The Barriers Between Contemporary Blues and Americana’

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Thank you Rosy Greer for the great review of CALLING NASHVILLE

W139 PSDThis is Trevor Sewell’s fifth CD in as many years, but with a very different Americana flavour. Award winning singer, songwriter and guitarist, Trevor hails from the Northeast of the UK, but has great popularity in the US. The album was produced in Nashville and included guests Janis Ian, Tracy Nelson, Vickie Carrico, and Sean O’Bryan Smith.

All the tracks are self penned and the track ‘Shadows’ , featuring Janis Ian on piano, was released as a single.

The first track ‘Someday’ has a country rock flavour with a sprinkling of bluegrass and what a great start to this excellent album. Following, with shades of Tom Waits, was ‘Mountains Of Gold’ a slow ballad with moving lyrics.

‘Fade To Grey’ showcased Janis Ian on piano who joined Trevor on excellent vocals. A lovely track with a light jazz feel. Next, Americana at its best with ‘Matter Of Time’ and some fantastic guitar work on this.

Tracy Nelson joined Trevor on vocals for ‘Long Time Ago’ a slow country blues. Then moving on to an excellent classic blues shuffle with ‘You Ain’t What I’m Looking For’, with superb guitar work again and added brass giving a full on sound.

‘Tear It Down’ is violin led, with more of a country influence , while ‘Stand Next To Him’ is stomp and holler classic Nashville, with violin and banjo, what a great track.

A melodic country ballad with ‘The Way You Are’ has lovely lyrics and great vocals from Trevor. Plenty of variety of vocal input, almost leaning to gospel, on ‘Blanket Of Hope’ with a happy clappy feel with Cajon overtones.

The final track on this exceptional album is the haunting ‘Shadows’. Previously released as a single it is piano led by Janis Ian with Trevor on vocals. A beautiful end to this really well put together album.

Trevor Sewell has continued to grow in stature, embracing a variety of genres with his distinctive gravel tones and diversity of guitar playing styles. The album, although not blues in the religious sense, has the feel of the southern states and brings Americana to the fore. An excellent listen and well recommended.

Rosy Greer – Lancashire Blues Archive and Independent Reviewer

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