Trey Tosh & The Band Called Life

Acoustic Rock
http://treytoshmusic.com

Born January 28th near Fresno, California, Trey was quick to embrace the musical adeptness inherited from his father. Picking up the guitar at the age of eleven Trey’s proficiency excelled with alacrity and within one year was already performing publicly at a variety of jam nights, open mics, and festivals. After catching the ear of Blues legend Ron Thompson at an impromptu jam night at Porky’s (Fresno, CA), Trey was asked to return for weekly gigs. After nearly a year playing several nights a week at an assortment of local venues, Trey was asked at the age of thirteen to perform multiples dates at Sturgis 2004. Following the 2004 Sturgis appearance that same year, Trey released his self-produced debut album, “Aim for the Sun”. The album was met with a warm reception experiencing excellent sales as well as a state tour. Trey’s increasing exposure led to the recognition from Cutter Brandburg, who offered him the opportunity to perform at the 11th Annual SRV Ride and Remembrance. Trey’s captivating abilities were noted in Brandenburg’s book, “You Can’t Stop a Comet”, as an up and coming artist. In 2007 through a local radio promoter in Fresno, California Trey was introduced to guitarist Al Pittirelli. The following year he was invited to play live with Trans-Siberian Orchestra at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California (15,000 capacity). Impressed by his musical talents, Trey was approached by Trans-Siberian Orchestra founder and producer Paul O’Neil to appear on their album “Night Castle”. A performance that would earn him a Gold Record. In 2009 Trey caught his next break opening for Peter Frampton at the Madera State Fair (Madera, CA). Following the event Trey soon joined the rock band ShiverFox. ShiverFox experienced several highlights including opening for KISS at the Save Mart Center in 2010 and three consecutive years at the SXSW in Austin, TX. Following their growing recognition the band recorded their first album, “Ride It” under the guidance of producer Brian Virtue in Nashville, TN. Trey’s rising acclaim and desire to become a self-made artist led to his departure from ShiverFox. With the goal of becoming a more rounded and eclectic artist, his pursuit was rewarded with a wide scope of successes. Upon his recent arrival to San Diego, Trey has wasted no time continuing his never-ending pursuit of creating a name synonymous with uniqueness and artistic wisdom. He recently finished his second album, titled “Beginnings”, produced by Chris Testa, and is expected to launch a West Coast Tour in early 2014.