Born and raised in Fort Worth, TX Trevor Douglas set out to pursue his love for music at an early age. After catching his break on American Idol XIV, he went on to release 10 singles and 2 EPs, “Sugar Coated Puberty” and “Four in the Morning”.
Trevor’s most popular songs include “Problems” and other hits such as “Think of Me” and “Skeletons in our Closet!”. "Problems" alone has over 500,000 streams on Spotify and was placed on New Music Friday Playlists all over the world. In total his songs have amassed over 2 million streams on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, and Soundcloud and are played across 54 countries.
At the age of 17 Trevor also achieved a wildly impressive accomplishment by creating a Ted Talk for TEDxSMU tilted “Creativity: What Makes Us Different". He has also opened up for popular acts including the Jonas Brothers, Bea Miller, and Austin Mahone.
On his journey to the top of the entertainment industry, Trevor has never abandoned his love for helping the younger generations. He has regularly played both virtual and in person shows for the Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX. He has also supported and toured with Stand4Kind which is an organization devoted to making sure students have a safe and positive school environment to learn and a grow in, void of violence and neglect.
With a blend of talent, charm, impeccable style and with so much already accomplished at the ripe age of 23, there is no doubt that Trevor Douglas is one singer/songwriter to keep your eye on.
Everything was GREAT! Trevor’s energy was just what we needed to get the school year started right. Ashlea L. Wilson, Assistant Director of University Center, The University of Texas at Tyler
Trevor was fantastic to work with. He was so kind and patient with our new staff members and knew exactly how to get the best sound possible from our soundboard. His talent blew us all away and I definitely subscribed on Spotify asap. Our attendees stayed the whole time from the first song to the last one which always marks a successful show to me. Thanks again for all your help! - Kenzie McCarter, Event Coordinator, Carolina Productions, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC