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Trevor Terndrup

Lead singer, Guitarist

Moon Taxi

“I love the versatility of my back-to-back Eventide H9's. It has simplified the footprint of my board while expanding the sonic landscape”

Bio

Trevor Terndrup is the lead singer and guitarist for the American indie-alternative rock band, Moon Taxi, based in Nashville, Tennessee. The band was founded in 2006 by Trevor, Tommy Putnam (bass), Spencer Thomson (guitar, programming), Tyler Ritter (drums), and Wes Bailey (keys) while attending Belmont University. It's perhaps due to Moon Taxi's inspired, inclusive worldview when it comes to their music that they've been able to have songs featured as the soundtrack to multiple commercial and TV placements - from BMW, Nashville, MLB, NFL to HBO Sports – but it's their infectious live performances that keep fans coming back night after night. Touring for the better part of the decade, they're the kind of band that inspires a loyal following willing to drive miles and miles (or fly many more) to catch them again and again. 

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Lead singer, Guitarist

Moon Taxi

Bio

Trevor Terndrup is the lead singer and guitarist for the American indie-alternative rock band, Moon Taxi, based in Nashville, Tennessee. The band was founded in 2006 by Trevor, Tommy Putnam (bass), Spencer Thomson (guitar, programming), Tyler Ritter (drums), and Wes Bailey (keys) while attending Belmont University. It's perhaps due to Moon Taxi's inspired, inclusive worldview when it comes to their music that they've been able to have songs featured as the soundtrack to multiple commercial and TV placements - from BMW, Nashville, MLB, NFL to HBO Sports – but it's their infectious live performances that keep fans coming back night after night. Touring for the better part of the decade, they're the kind of band that inspires a loyal following willing to drive miles and miles (or fly many more) to catch them again and again. 

Links

Gear

“I love the versatility of my back-to-back Eventide H9's. It has simplified the footprint of my board while expanding the sonic landscape”