Before creating the first That’ll Be The Day in 1986, Trevor had enjoyed a successful time in both groups and cabaret. After leaving his home town, Trevor moved to London playing in the ‘hip’ clubs including the ‘Scotch at St James’ where Little Stevie Wonder made an appearance. After releasing a few records but no hits, Trevor went to Jersey and then Europe, playing hits of the day.
His ‘Medium Wave Band’ won a TV talent show and became popular in the major UK cabaret dining clubs such as Lakeside, Jollees and Circus Tavern. After two seasons in Malta, where Trevor wrote the ‘Maltese Calypso’, he split the band up and worked as ‘Fizzical’ extensively in the Far East, Middle East and UK theatres before starting TBTD. Trevor appeared as ‘Sir Cliff’ in the Max and Paddy TV show and joined Peter Kay again for the filming of the charity single ‘Amarillo’.
TBTD was his baby that has now grown up and matured into the monster it is today.