Indian Summer Music Awards
Pure homegrown Alberta Talent. Fine songwriter, entertainer and he learned from the best of’em.” –Dick Damron, Canadian Country Music Hall of Famer

Available for your:

  • Talent Shows (backing band)
  • Host/Master of Ceremonies
  • Studio Session Recordings for Bass, acoustic guitars
  • Song-Writing Collaboration
  • Song-Writing Workshops
  • Backing Musician (sideman)
  • Live Music Showcases
  • Amateur comedy events



Voices of the North

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Voices of the North celebrates the vast talent of Saskatchewan’s northern performers during the Prince Albert Winter Festival. With the support of the community and northern Saskatchewan, we believe that many great years are ahead of us. With a cast of now over 1000 throughout the years, we have had traditional drummers, musicians, bands, dancers, singers and so forth. We have also included doing shows throughout the year so VOTN is able to showcase our performers year round.

          Trent Agecoutay is a musician’s musician who literally sings for his supper. His toe-tapping, country-roots style is easy on the ears. Matched with his easy going nature and comedic timing that has kept audiences entertained for over 20 years. Trent is quite the emerging comic and master of ceremonies, with a natural way of making folks feel invited to let go and have some fun. Whether on bass, guitars, drums or taking the lead, he’s as solid as they come.

          Trent started his career performing with his father’s band ‘Duster,’ recording 2 albums which received nominations at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Native American Music Awards & Central Alberta Turtle Award for contribution to the artist community for both Duster and himself. Trent’s first solo album, ‘I Don’t Regret a Thing (2014),’ received the Best Country Recording Award at the 2015 Indian Summer Music Awards. He is currently recording his follow up album, expected for early 2018, and looking for a gig near you.

2015 - Winner - Best Country Recording, Indian Summer Music Awards. I Don't Regret a Thing.
2011- Nominee - Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards. Best Duo/Group and Best Country Album for I Don’t Regret a Thing.
2011 – 2X Winner – Contribution to the Artist Community (Duster Band) and (solo artist Trent Agecoutay)
2012 – Nominee - Native American Music Awards. Best Country Recording for The Foundation of Who I Am.
2011 - The Foundation of of Who I Am -Duster
2014 – I Don’t Regret a Thing (Solo)

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