Sunderland, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 20, 2011 -- Trevor's song 'Where the Wild Ones Go! is nominated in the category for best blues track and is taken from his current album 'Calling Your Name' which has recently attracted widespread radio play in the U.S.A. Sewell has recently been likened to some of the great Blues guitarists such as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Freddie King and Eric Clapton and the nominated song 'Where the Wild Ones Go' is taken from his current album 'Calling Your Name' a former Blues Show 'Album of the Week'. The album marks a return to roots for this popular guitarist who is currently riding the wave of new British Blues.
Trevor's next single 'Don't Need Nobody' has been mixed by legendary producer/engineer Stuart Epps who has worked with the likes of Led Zeppelin, Elton John and Bill Wyman.
Epps had this to say about his first encounter with Sewell's music
"I've only just met this brilliant musician but i can tell you he is the real thing. Heart felt, passionate and truly excellent rock/blues guitar playing and singing. Comparable with some of the greats I've had the pleasure to work with.
Two of them called Lee, Albert Lee and Alvin Lee.
"Trevor is in my opinion from the same mould and his single 'Don't Need Nobody' gives rock/blues a new boost. You've just got to love it!!!"
When interviewed recently on BishopFM Blues Show Trevor said "When I first started playing I was influenced by some of the great blues players. I'm now finding that by revisiting my roots I've been able to update this classic music via my own songs and put my own stamp on it."
Trevor will be performing with a brand new band from 24th September when he will play Shildon Civic Hall.
"I'm very happy to be going back out on the road after so long in the recording studio and am really pleased to have been able to coerce former Penetration Guitarist Gary Chaplin into joining the lineup"