Born on Johannesburg’s East Rand in a hospital that is now dilapidated and more famous for ghost tours than the people born there, Trevor spent most of his life sandwiched between the airport and power station pylons. His childhood home was always filled with the influential sounds of Dire Straits, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, Motown artists and other bands from the 1960’s. At an early age, Trevor fell in love with the idea of being a performer and began playing guitar on a beat-up, old acoustic that an uncle had given him. He began writing his own songs and played in your stereotypical high school bands for many years.
In 2007, he took a break from the music scene and, after deciding that it was time to grow up and get a real job, made the snap decision to immigrate to Plymouth, England.
But, the “great escape” wasn’t as glamorous as expected. The perpetual state of solitude led to plenty of forced reflection which influenced Trevor’s music greatly. Armed with no social life, loads of spare time and no band members, he began crafting the beginnings of a solo project and his debut EP “Slow Horses”. Released in August 2013, the EP had 4 singles all of which were playlisted on radio stations across South Africa. He was also one of the first SA artists to write and produce a short film "Slow Horses" comprised of 3 music videos/singles from the EP.
Trevor has recently released a new single "Marilyn Monroe" from his upcoming full-length album "Roadhouse Royalty" to be released on 11 October 2017.