Trevor Panczak excited new single ‘Where I Go to Come Back’ has found a home in the Top 40

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Trevor Panczak’s latest  single “ Where I Go To Come Back”  has found a home in the Top 4
 The title track of the Lethbridge based country singer’s last album has been enjoying a slow burn on the Top 40 on the Mediabase Canadian Country Music Chart since October.
 Since Panczak released the Steve Bogard, Jeff Stevens, Dustin Lynch  penned song, Aug. 31 last year, it has resonated with a lot of people who appreciate the pastoral sentiments it echoes. Trevor Panczak’s new single Where I Go to Come Back is a Top 40 hit. Photo submitted


“As soon as I heard the song, it felt like me,” Panczak said, adding though he recorded it pre-Covid, people really seem to relate to it even more now. He released the album three years ago.


“It has really resonated with people. They really relate to it. It’s been amazing to see the life we’ve got out of this song,” Panczak said.


“Because usually the life span of a song is eight to 12 weeks,” he observed.
 “So it’s been a nice slow burn. It’s getting more exposure to a lot of different people and now it’s in the Top 40.”

He noted the video for the song, filmed during harvest last fall, featuring plenty of country imagery including grain trucks, Panczak on a combine and a four year old boy going fishing,  has been well received.

“ It’s got some traction,” said  Panczak, whose 2020 was filled with a lot of ups and downs including getting laid off from his day job at a local auto dealership and all of his touring being postponed due to Covid. But on the other hand, 2020 also included the birth of his second son in December, and earning his class 1 driver’s license.

 

“ I’ve always wanted to get my Class 1 and now I have it. So now I can drive the tour bus when we can tour again,” he chuckled.

He also returned to his farming roots, getting hired by friends to work on their farm.

“I grew up on a farm.  I’m lucky I have friends who hired me,” he continued.
 He has missed touring as Covid meant a busy summer of shows was cancelled.

“ We were all set for a busy year. Fortunately all of the shows were just postponed,” he said.
“It’s been hard. I can’t wait to get back on the road and play for my fans, family and friends,” he said.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 April 2021 19:56 )