Trevor Knight

" He is a songwriter's singer... I envy his talent. "   Ray Martin

" Trevor is finely tuned as his guitars! "

" Fantastic show... the best I've seen. "

Trevor has performed in Canada, USA, New Zealand and throughout the South Pacific.

He has performed for the Queen at the opening of Darling Harbour, a concert on the main stage of the Sydney Opera House and working with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

No stranger to television he has had a 3 year stint on Channel Nine's "Super Flying Fun Show" followed by an 8 year association with Australia's highest rating variety programme "The Midday Show" and many other appearances on "The Today Show" and other top rated shows.

He has performed with his friend John Denver as well as Neil Sedaka, Forster and Allan, Paul Simon and Tom Paxton to name but a few.

He has had many songs in the country music charts including the album "High Country" which was in the top ten for 6 months and the single "The Days of Old Khancoben" that went platinum as well as winning two Golden Guitars, the most coveted award in Australian Country Music, and received 8 other nominations.

Instruments played on stage are: Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo..

When Trevor is not performing he lives with his wife, Maya, on a beautiful property in the middle of the Great Lakes National Park, which they share with their many animals, donkeys, whippets, chooks, cows, a goat and their beloved Arabian horses.

Trevor is a horseman of note and over the years has bred many champions.

In his chosen sport of Endurance Riding, Trevor has achieved much, five Tom Quilty 100 mile buckles and three 400km Shahzada completions to his credit.

In 1998 he and his horse were chosen for the Australian National Team that went to the United Arab Emirates to contest the World Championship 100 mile Endurance Race where the team won a bronze medal.

Trevor has competed all over Australia and the world in his chosen sport even achieving a creditable 4 th place in the rugged "Rocky Mountain Challenge" at Ghost River, Alberta in the Canadian Rockies.

Trevor's latest CD " Favourable Winds " is his finest work yet, produced, arranged and recorded at his own studio on his farm in Bulahdelah, with 12 brand new songs most of them written with his good friend and co-writer Allan Caswell and one that he and Smoky wrote in 1989.

There something for everyone in this album, a bounce of banjos, tongue in cheek Jazz, a touch of Country and some fine ballads about daughters, weddings and Patterson's Curse!

Trevor is a unique talent; his shows are five Star quality leaving audiences clamoring for more.