K TREVOR WILSON RELEASES ‘SORRY! (A CANADIAN ALBUM)’
Comedy Records is happy to announce the release of Sorry! (A Canadian Album) by K Trevor Wilson, the mountain man of comedy, on Friday, November 10, 2017.
Sorry! (A Canadian Album) is K Trevor Wilson’s endearing, disgruntled and hilarious love letter to Canada. Recorded at Rumors Comedy Club in Winnipeg, Manitoba, K Trevor Wilson takes listeners from coast to coast to coast outlining the key differences between worrisome Vancouverites and laid-back Maritimers’, how small towns haven’t utilized the invention of street signs, and that winter is not created equal across this great country.
K Trevor Wilson’s first album, SexCop FirePenis, reached the top of the iTunes Comedy Charts and was named Best Taped Live Performance at the 2016 Canadian Comedy Awards. Sorry! (A Canadian Album) hit number one on iTunes Comedy Release charts on release day.
K Trevor Wilson has spent over 20 years in entertainment as an actor, writer, sketch and stand up comedian. He currently plays a series favourite, Squirrelly Dan, on Crave TV’s Letterkenny. He has also appeared on What Would Sal Do, Showcases’ Billable Hours, NBC’s Darcy’s Wild Life and A&E’s Breakout Kings.
He has performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Comedy Central’s Roast Battles, with multiple appearances at Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal as well as the Winnipeg Comedy Festival and JFL 42. In 2012 he received the Irwin Barker Homegrown award at Just For Laughs, the 2014 and 2015 COCA Comedian of the Year, and was named Canada’s Best Male Stand Up at the 2015 Canadian Comedy Awards.
Comedy Records is Canada’s first and only record label dedicated to releasing stand up and sketch comedy albums. Established in Toronto in 2010, the label is distributed through Dine Alone Records and has produced several releases, which have reached the top of the iTunes Comedy and Google Play charts and been featured on Conan and Jimmy Kimmel Live.
K Trevor Wilson
Sorry! (A Canadian Album)
Release Date: November 10, 2017
Available on Google Play and iTunes