Hailing from the cornerstone of the Keystone state, Greensboro Pennsylvania, comes the Indie singer-songwriter known as Trenton Antill. Guitar in one hand and a pencil and notebook of songs in the other, Trenton brings his signature and original sound to the stage. His thought-provoking lyrics mixed with his Indie rock style of music, led him to sign a recording and promotional contract with Nashville’s MC1 record label. His first single, Blue Heart, was released to all streaming outlets December 3, 2021, distributed by Sony, The Orchard, and Copperline.
Trenton has played a variety of local venues including Morgantown Flour and Feed, Morgantown Art Bar, and Almost Heaven Bar and Grill to name a few. Local festivals Trenton has played include Waynesburg’s annual Rain Day, Waynesburg’s Lions Club Sounds of Summer, Greensboro Fire Dept. Community Days, Greensboro Art Blast, and Albert Gallatin River Fest. Nationally he has played Spyglass Music Fest in Sunbury Pa, several of Debbie Champions writers rounds at the storied Commodore Grille in Nashville Tennessee, at The Live Oak on Music Row in Nashville Tennessee, and the LAUNCH Music Conference and Festival in Lancaster Pennsylvania.
Though he has only been seriously honing his craft for the past few years, music has long been in his blood. Trenton draws from a wide variety of genres and influences such as Green Day, The Foo Fighters, Weezer, Tom Morello, Frank Sinatra, and Bowling for Soup to pour his heart and soul into penning his own contemporary originals. His signature style, along with his down to earth, nerdy personality combine to grab the attention of any crowd. Trenton is fast becoming one of the rising stars of the Indie rock scene. That reach extends worldwide through the power of the web, where his music can be found, further showcasing his talent, and gaining him new fans every day.
Trenton will begin recording his debut EP late September at The Vault Recording studio in Pittsburgh. He is also actively booking venues and festivals as a solo artist and with his 3 piece band.