Trevor Way (Lead) began his musical career in 2nd grade, when he began to sing in the children’s church choir in Brentwood, TN. Through his upbringing, Trevor also picked up the Trumpet and Euphonium, performing in various jazz, concert, and marching bands, while placing as one of the top euphonium players in Texas. At Appalachian State University, Trevor joined a professional men’s music fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, where he continued to learn and grow as a musician. It was at college that Trevor tried out for an A Cappella group called “What’s Yer Pleasure”, which was a small ensemble of the Men’s Glee Club. Through this group, he was introduced into the world of competitive Barbershop singing. In 2001, Trevor tried out as the tenor for a collegiate barbershop quartet called, King Street Blues, which subsequently placed 5th place at the 2001 International MBNA Collegiate Barbershop Contest. He now sings with the 2019 Far Western District Champion barbershop quartet, Vocalocity .
Trevor is a Regional Manager for an airport hospitality and concessions company, and lives in Phoenix with his wife Sarah and his daughter Vera.