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Trevor Bystrom Live


Trevor's performance holds strong influence from West African, and latin music in his guitar playing.  Find him outlining the bass notes at the same time including lead parts, and he often arpeggiated open chords to sound similar to a harp. His guitar work gives you the impression you're listening to 3 synchronized guitarists. Their sets are an even mix of timeless originals, and covers wound up in roots. A master in so many styles, Trevor is often drifting from Reggae, Calypso, Bossa Nova, Funk, and even into Folk, Americana, and Blues depending on project. You can tell he and his band put a great detail in playing these songs with authentic rhythms, tight harmonies, and powerful instrumentations. 


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Trevor Bystrom Trio


-Hulaween Suwannee, Live Oak

-Florida Winter Music Festival, Brooksville

- East West Music and Dance Festival

-Floridian Social Club St. Pete

-Stone Crab Festival Cortez

-Downtown Bradenton NYE Party

-Fogartyville Sarasota

-Beers at the Pier St. Pete

-BayFest Anna Maria Island

-Giving Hunger The Blues Festival Sarasota 

-Localtopia Festival St. Pete 

-Cigar Box Guitar Festival, Bradenton

-Gecko Festival St. Pete

-Blueberry Patch Gulfport

-Rockwood Music Hall NYC

-Regatta Boat Races Festival Bradenton

-Sparkman Wharf Tampa

-Society Fort Myers

-Prohibition Kitchen St. Augustine

Latest Headlined Ticketed Shows

Black Bones Music Concert Jan 12 (95 SOLD OUT - Anna Maria

Habitat House Concert August 26 (60 SOLD) - Bradenton

Bird Rock Taco Shack JULY 30 (100 SOLD OUT) - Bradenton

Fogartyville SRQ NOV 17 (90 SOLD) - Sarasota

Trevor Bystrom Band @ Hulaween


Mawanaga & Bystrom

Some Day, Single Release

"Sweet Shuffling, Afropop conversation."  - AfroPop Worldwide

Katiswe Single Release

"The song utilizes a swirling mix of acoustic and electric guitar, vibrant horns, and of course a kaleidoscope of percussion." -Glide Magazine

Live Performance "Hulaween"

"I headed back to check out Trevor Bystrom, a Florida musician I did not know. His seven-piece band from Bradenton made great world and island music, beginning with Paul Simon’s “Cecilia” done Caribbean style. The group had a great sound featuring his vocals and a female singer as well. Lots of percussion, lap steel, slide guitar, tenor saxophone and more filled the warm afternoon air." -Scott Hopkins w/

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