Trevor spoke out on leaving The Move in an article in 'Q Magazine', in the "Where Are They Now" series from April 1992:|
"I'd had enough. It was getting too commercial for me. I was more into the blues and jamming. I got fed up with being told what to do and how to look. I didn't miss the fame."
Did session work at Island Studios, contributed to Paul Kossoff's Back Street Crawler, ex- Spooky Tooth guitarist Luther Grosvenor's solo album and tracks with Gary Wright before moving back to Birmingham. Joined Raymond Froggatt Band in 1974, which disbanded after one single; subsequently joined The Steve Gibbons Band. Left in 1982. Now fronts the blues-based Trevor Burton Band, playing the Midlands pub circuit. "I'm happy playing music. It's what I've always done since I was 13."
Article excerpt © Q Magazine
Trevor left the Birmingham scene for a while in Spring '98, acting out the role of guitarist with The Big Town Playboys. No recording as far as I know.
The Trevor Burton Band - November 1998:|
Trevor Burton: lead vocals, guitar
Maz Mitrenko: lead guitar, vocals
Richard Tandy: keyboards (ex-ELO)
Steve Dolan: bass
Tom Farnell: drums (ex-Roy Wood)
|The Trevor Burton Band - since Feb. 2000:|
Trevor Burton: guitar
Maz Mitrenko: guitar
Eddie Moohan : bass
Bill Jefferson : drums
|Look out for this one!|
Trevor Burton released the impressive album "Double Zero" in '85 on Bluesbar Records, Birmingham. U.K. Not a blues album but a warm mixture of sounds in the vein of Eric Clapton, Dire Straits or Rockin' Jimmy & the Brothers of the Night - even some reggae stuff. Features Trevor on guitar and vocals, Stuart Ford on slide guitar, Crumpy on bass and Tony Baylis on drums (in 2001 with Parker's Alibi) a.o.
"Double Zero" BLUESBAR RECORDS BARLP1 (1985)
"Blue Moons" MASC 003 (1999) (line up as Nov. 98 above, except Jamie Little: drums.