Born of East End working class stock Trevor graduated from the National Youth Jazz Orchestra to establish himself as one of London’s busiest and most versatile trumpet players. He can be heard on everything from the ambient Acid Jazz movement of the 90s to the slick TV ad campaigns of the 2000s.
Touring the world with Buster Bloodvessel and the Bad Manners boys enabled him to perform with amongst others; UB40, Sister Sledge, The Pogues, ABC, The Real Thing and Edwin Starr.
A passionate West Ham supporter and Paul Weller fan, when not playing trumpet Trevor is a keen horticulturist and world renowned expert on turnips.
Trevor Irving, Trumpet