Trey Connor likes “The Way You Move”
Trey Connor is a 23-year-old modern Indie artist from a small town near Detroit/Flint MI. with established roots in rock music. At 15, Trey formed and fronted the Modern Rock band Bulletproof Snow and in the next few years, wrote and released two EP’s “Punished For My Innocence” and “Here We Come”. The band also received various awards, including the 2015 Detroit Music Awards People’s Choice Award for Trey’s song “Here We Come” (2015).
Trey’s musical tastes were also changing and, in the spring of 2015, while searching for a more mainstream pop/rock sound, he discovered award winning producer Tommee Profitt, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After graduating high school, Trey was eager to begin working with Profitt, when his plans were changed by an invitation to attend Season ten casting finals for The Voice. Despite filming and rehearsing at Universal Studios for an extended period, Trey never did appear on the show as teams filled up before he could perform his “BLIND AUDITION” for celebrity coaches.
After his experience with “The Voice”, Trey was finally able to reconnect with Profitt and went on to record/release his solo debut single “Hold On” (2016) and related EP, “While Everything Is Now”. Facing the challenges of essentially starting over again, Trey continued his musical journey with his September 2018 relocation to Austin TX and September 2019 completion of debut full length album “Horizons” scheduled for release early 2020. Recent releases include the sophomore single, “Fear”, “Lost In You” (both 2019), and most recently, “Heavy To Hold”.