Trevor McNevan

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Trevor McNevan
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McNevan with Thousand Foot Krutch at SoulFest 2011.
Background information
Also known as Teerawk, lipsick
Born (1978-07-17) July 17, 1978 (age 39)
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, rapper
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1995–present
Labels Tooth & Nail
Associated acts

Trevor McNevan (born July 17, 1978), also known as Teerawk,[citation needed] is a Canadian musician and lead singer/songwriter of Thousand Foot Krutch and pop punk side project FM Static along with Steve Augustine (the third Thousand Foot Krutch drummer).[1] His first band, Oddball, included former Thousand Foot Krutch members Dave Smith (guitar) and Tim Baxter (bass), as well as Three Days Grace drummer Neil Sanderson. Oddball released the 27-song record Shutterbug, in 1995, featuring half hip-hop and half rock songs.

McNevan is the only original member of Thousand Foot Krutch. He formed the band in Peterborough, Ontario in 1997, along with original guitarist Dave Smith.

McNevan also co-produced the Thousand Foot Krutch album Welcome to the Masquerade and FM Static's album My Brain Says Stop, But My Heart Says Go!.

Thousand Foot Krutch

McNevan is a founding member of alternative metal band Thousand Foot Krutch and is the only remaining original member, although the current line-up of the band has remained consistent since 2002. The band has released eight studio albums and one live CD/DVD compilation.

FM Static

McNevan started the pop punk band FM Static with drummer Steve Augustine, Guitarist John Bunner and Bassist Justin Smith. The band has released four studio albums.

Other work

McNevan co-wrote and co-produced Hawk Nelson's first album, Letters to the President and co-wrote their second, third, and fourth albums: Smile, It's The End of the World, Hawk Nelson Is My Friend, and Live Life Loud. He also co-wrote the song "Bring 'Em Out" with the band for the movie Yours, Mine and Ours, in which the band also performed. McNevan also starred in Hawk Nelson's "California" music video as the driver of the jeep.

McNevan has his own publishing company called "Teerawk Music" that houses his various songwriting, developing, and production ventures. The company is mentioned in KJ-52's song 'Run for Cover'. Outside of TFK and FM Static, he has written songs for TobyMac, Hawk Nelson, Remedy Drive, Decyfer Down, Wavorly, Worth Dying For, Demon Hunter, KJ-52, Manafest, The Letter Black, Nine Lashes, Aliegh Baumhardt, and many others.[2]

McNevan is a good friend of Nashville Predators NHL player Mike Fisher, and wrote a goal song for Fisher, only used at the Senators' home arena Scotiabank Place when Mike scores.[3][4]

McNevan also sang on Worth Dying For's "Through Your Eyes" on the album Love Riot,[citation needed] as well as Three Days Grace's song, "This Movie".[citation needed]

Guest appearances

McNevan performing with Thousand Foot Krutch in 2011
Song(s) Artist Album Year
"This Movie" Three Days Grace Demo 2000
"Rise Up" KJ-52 Collaborations 2002
"Like a Racecar" Hawk Nelson Letters to the President 2004
"Coffin Builder" Demon Hunter Summer of Darkness 2004
"Skills" Manafest Epiphany 2005
"Impossible"[5] Manafest Glory 2006
"Fearless (250 and Dark Stars)" Falling Up Exit Lights 2006
"Run For Cover" KJ-52 KJ-52 Remixed 2006
"Ignition" (credited with guitar) TobyMac Portable Sounds 2007
"So Beautiful", "Kick It" Manafest Citizens Activ 2008
"Let's Go" KJ-52 Five-Two Television 2009
"Fire in the Kitchen", "Every Time You Run", "Renegade" Manafest The Chase 2010
"Through Your Eyes" Worth Dying For Love Riot 2011
"Adrenaline" Nine Lashes World We View 2011
"Fathom" Awaken Broken Circle 2014
"Diamonds" Manafest The Moment 2014
"Electric" Manic Drive VIP 2014
"Shine" Manafest Reborn 2015



  1. ^ "Trevor McNevan Talks About His Double Life". Alternative Addiction. February 22, 2009. Archived from the original on August 11, 2010. Retrieved August 11, 2010. 
  2. ^ Un. "Teerawk Music Publishing | Gratis muziek, tourneedata, foto's, video's". Retrieved 2011-09-15. 
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  5. ^ [1] Archived January 31, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ "Internet Archive Wayback Machine". 2001-02-01. Archived from the original on August 15, 2001. Retrieved 2011-09-15. 

External links

  • Thousand Foot Krutch
  • FM Static
  • Teerawk Music Publishing
  • Trevor McNevan talks about working at McDonald's with Three Days Grace
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