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Trevor Panczak gets into Whoop up Days spirit

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Local country singer Trevor Panczak was holding court at Average Joes, Saturday, Aug. 25. Somewhat surprisingly, Panczak, who had a  busy week of Whoop up Days and Taber Cornfest gigs, didn’t have as big of a crowd as he usually does.Trevor Panczak at Average Joes, Aug. 25. photo by Richard Amery

But the big, affable Panczak grinned and belted out his original songs backed by a band who mostly looked like newcomers save bassist Ray Banman and his rhythm guitarist, who was also playing the saloon with him earlier in the week.

 An early highlight was a cover of Justin Moore’s  “Put the Old Back in The New School.”
 He belted out Waylon Jennings’ “Lonesome, Orn’ry and Mean,” and the Turtles’ “Happy Together” and played his mash up of “If I had a Million Dollars” and “Wagon Wheel.”

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 05 September 2018 10:18 )  
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