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Trevor Panczak premieres For A Girl video for his fans

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Trevor Panczak plays to his fans  with  new video “For A Girl.”Trevor Panczac premiered his video for For A Girl, Oct 28.  Photo By Richard Amery  Lethbridge country star Trevor Panczak loves his fans— all of whom were out in force on a Tuesday night, Oct. 28 at a packed Average Joes for the video release party for his new single “For A Girl.”
 He played a short and sweet set of original music and a lot of covers, but mostly wanted to chat with his fans as he told the enraptured room about all of the fun he had during the past eventful  summer including playing Nashville North at the Calgary Stampede.

 His hot band played plenty of sighing steel guitar and twanging Telecaster with  keyboards , drum and Uncle Cecil's thumping bass.

 Panczak played new songs like the catchy “iCurl” which he described as the only country song using curling as sexual innuendo.

As usual he called for the room to raise their glasses for a “sociable“ before playing one of his more popular originals “ Roll On”. He followed that up with the catchy “ Another Day Another Dollar.”  He ended the set by playing the catchy number “For A Girl”  and ended the live music portion of the night.

 After that he thanked pretty much everyone from Country 95 for playing his songs to each and every  person in involved with the video  before the Perlich brothers auctioned off a 50 inch television and a trip to Kalispell to spend New Years Eve with Trevor Panczak and Rough Stock with the  proceeds going to support Canadian veterans.

He ended an early Tuesday night show just before 9:30 showing the “For A  Girl” video  on multiple screens at Average Joes as  everyone cheered as they saw themselves in it.

 — By Richard Amery, L.A.Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 05 November 2014 13:14 )  
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