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Trey Wanvig is a 21-year-old blues rock guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter from Sarasota, Florida. Performing in front of audiences since the age of 14, Trey leads a powerful band of locally based professional musicians and performs regularly in front of sold-out crowds at local venues.

Trey’s deep resume includes performing at blues and music festivals including the Waterfront Blues Festival (Portland, Oregon); Bradenton Blues Fest (Bradenton, Florida), Tall City Blues Fest (Texas); Dunedin Wines the Blues (Dunedin, Florida); Blues from The Top (Colorado); and
Giving Hunger the Blues (Sarasota, Florida).

Trey has also performed at the Dallas International Guitar Festival, where he was selected as one of only ten guitarists from across the United States to perform at the festivals “10 Under 20” event.

Trey was selected by the Grammy Foundation to partake in their Grammy Museum Music Revolution Project conducted at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater. This has allowed him the opportunity to open many shows for many prestigious artists, including Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Buddy Guy, and Alice Cooper.

Trey has performed alongside many great artists in the blues and blues rock world, including Eric Gales, Shemekia Copeland, Bob Margolin, Christone "Kingfish" Ingram, Annika Chambers, Janiva Magness, Toronzo Cannon, Paul DesLauriers, Shakura S'Aida, Biscuit Miller, Kenny Neal, Bryan Lee, Doug MacLeod, Ben Rice, Sarah Grace, Tas Cru, Gabe Stillman, Steve Vai, and Eric Johnson.​ 

Trey is also an ambassador for the United by Music North America organization, which is a program and band for neuro-diverse and neuro-typical musicians with exceptional musical talent.   

Trey released his first album titled "Roadside Blues" in January of 2018, most of which was written when he was 14 years old and recorded at the age of 15.  Trey is currently writing and working on new music for his next album which will begin production soon.


Led by Trey, this in-demand band includes locally based musicians, many who have toured and performed nationally, and backed well known artists in the blues rock and rock world. At Trey’s performances the audience is treated with a set list that favors high energy blues rock, and the band also knows how to turn down the volume to get the crowd dancing.

Along with Trey’s original music crowd favorites include songs from Blind Faith (with Trey’s unique twist), Cream, BB King, Deep Purple, Stevie Wonder, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Free, Danny Gatton, and Jimi Hendrix, among others.

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