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Trevor MacGregor Born 9 May 1975(1975-05-09) Genres Punk rock, indie rock Occupations Drummer, musician, songwriter Instruments Drums, percussion, guitar, piano Years active 1997–present Labels RCA Records, Rake Records Associated acts Treble Charger, SNFU, the Fricks, Wagbeard Website www.trevormacgregor.com Trevor MacGregor (born May 9, 1975) is a Canadian musician, best known as the last and longest-standing drummer in the punk band Treble Charger. He currently resides in Toronto, Ontario and composes music for film and television.[1] Contents 1 Career 2 Personal 3 References 4 External links Career Growing up in Calgary,[2] MacGregor began playing drums at age 10, and later began playing guitar and receiving training in jazz and classical musics.[1][3] After playing in locals band such as the Fricks and Wagbeard, MacGregor joined Treble Charger in 1997. He replaced the band's original drummer, Morris Palter, in time for touring behind the Maybe It's Me album. The band enjoyed moderate success thereafter, including touring with Foo Fighters and The Smashing Pumpkins.[2] He remained with the group until their 2006 breakup. MacGregor was also briefly a member of the influential[4][5] Canadian skate punk band SNFU in 2003, and appears on their ninth studio album, In the Meantime and In Between Time. He has also done extensive work as a session drummer.[6] Personal On May 1, 2010, his first child, Adelle MacGregor was born. References ^ a b Official biography at trevormacgregor.com ^ a b Treble Charger biography at MTV.com ^ Confessions of a drummer - 2000 interview ^ http://www.push.ca/blogs/andrewsk/archive/2009/08/19/the-undeniable-influence-of-skate-punk-and-snfu.aspx ^ http://www.troopertribute.com/snfu.htm ^ Trevor MacGregor at IMBD.com External links Official Trevor MacGregor web page Official SNFU web page Trevor MacGregor at IMDB v · d · eTreble Charger Greig Nori · Bill Priddle · Rosie Martin · Trevor McGregor Discography NC17 · Self Title · Maybe It's Me · Wide Awake Bored · Detox Singles "10th Grade Love" · "Even Grable" · "Morale" · "Friend of Mine"" · "How She Died" · "Red" · "American Psycho" · "Brand New Low" · "Business" · "Hundred Million" · "Don't Believe It All" Related articles Sum 41 · GOB · Broken Social Scene · Matt Hyde · Morris Palter · Mike Levesque v · d · eSNFU Mr. Chi Pig • Jon Card • Ken Fleming • Denis Nowoselski • Sean Colig Marc Belke · Brent Belke · Warren Bidlock · Evan C. Jones · Jimmy Schmitz · Dave Bacon · Ted Simm · Curtis Creager · Rob Johnson · Dave Rees · Sean Stubbs · Chris Thompson · Matt Warhurst · Trevor MacGregor · Shane Smith · Chad Mareels · Bryan McCallum Studio albums ...And No One Else Wanted to Play · If You Swear, You'll Catch No Fish · Better Than a Stick in the Eye · Something Green and Leafy This Way Comes · The One Voted Most Likely to Succeed · FYULABA · In the Meantime and in Between Time EPs The Ping Pong EP Live albums Let's Get It Right the First Time Singles "She's Not on the Menu" · "Beautiful, Unlike You and I" · "Big Thumbs" · "Eric's Had a Bad Day" · "I'm Your Carpet" Compilations The Last of the Big Time Suspenders · Via Plastic Surgery Bootlegs Live '86 · Real Men Don't Watch Quincy Related articles Band members · Wheat Chiefs · Slaveco. Persondata Name Macgregor, Trevor Alternative names Short description Date of birth May 9, 1975 Place of birth Date of death Place of death