Pray For Love - Trevor Jones

Pray for love

Trevor Jones, FEAT: Tom & Harry aged 9 | Release date 27/11/2020

Trevor Jones, featuring his 9 year old twin sons, Tom and Harry. This song is a celebration of love, joy and hope in these uncertain times.

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Biography

Trevor Jones (real name Trevor Piggott) is a British Folk-Pop Singer-Songwriter, from Cambridge, UK. With heartfelt lyrics, passionate vocals, and honest emotive delivery.  Originally from Walthamstow, London, Trevor has been writing songs and playing live concerts since he was 12 years old, winning his first talent contest at 13.

Trevor Jones (real name Trevor Piggott) is a British Folk-Pop Singer Songwriter, from Cambridge, UK. With heartfelt lyrics, passionate vocals, and honest emotive delivery.  Originally from Walthamstow, London, Trevor has been writing songs and playing live concerts since he was 12 years old, winning his first talent contest at 13.

At just 15 Trevor became a drummer for a commercial rock band, supporting Suzi Quattro at The Royal Standard, Walthamstow. 

He was a founder member of the six-piece folk-rock group ‘Tear’, a multi-harmony vocal group, that played Glastonbury festival in ’97 and ’98 and the V festival in ’98.  Walthamstow. He was part of a five-piece harmony family folk group ‘Dragonfly’, with many live radio performances, with appearances at The Royal College of Music.

In 2009 Trevor was invited to Warsaw, Poland, to showcase for EMI music publishing. There, supported by EMI, he co-formed a Polish/UK pop-rock band, “The Few”. The band immediately caught the attention of Universal Music Chairman; Andrzej Pucinski, who produced their first album at the prestigious Izabelin studios. That same year, The Few became finalists at the Top Trendy festival in Sopot, playing to a live tv audience of 2.9 million, which was a record number of viewers for the show.

There, Trevor signed his first publishing deal, and together with The Few, was commissioned to write songs for Polish TV. Trevor was later asked to write a song for Poland’s longest-standing pop band ‘Papa D’ –  ‘Out of This World’ was released on the album ‘Papa Loves Dance’ (Dec 2013, Fonografika).

Back in the UK, Trevor has recently embarked on a new creative partnership with Bianca Ross, a wonderfully talented singer-songwriter from Australia. Within 6 weeks of meeting, they had co-written, recorded, and released a song for the children’s charity Embrace CVoC, with a live performance at the Ricoh Arena in Birmingham (April 2019). Their song ‘ How Long’ can be downloaded here, with ALL proceeds going to Embrace.

At just 15 Trevor became a drummer for a commercial rock band, supporting Suzi Quattro at The Royal Standard, Walthamstow. 

He was a founder member of the six-piece folk-rock group ‘Tear’, a multi-harmony vocal group, that played Glastonbury festival in ’97 and ’98 and the V festival in ’98.  Walthamstow. He was part of a five-piece harmony family folk group ‘Dragonfly’, with many live radio performances, with appearances at The Royal College of Music.

In 2009 Trevor was invited to Warsaw, Poland, to showcase for EMI music publishing. There, supported by EMI, he co-formed a Polish/UK pop-rock band, “The Few”. The band immediately caught the attention of Universal Music Chairman; Andrzej Pucinski, who produced their first album at the prestigious Izabelin studios. That same year, The Few became finalists at the Top Trendy festival in Sopot, playing to a live tv audience of 2.9 million, which was a record number of viewers for the show.

There, Trevor signed his first publishing deal, and together with The Few, was commissioned to write songs for Polish TV. Trevor was later asked to write a song for Poland’s longest-standing pop band ‘Papa D’ –  ‘Out of This World’ was released on the album ‘Papa Loves Dance’ (Dec 2013, Fonografika).

Back in the UK, Trevor has recently embarked on a new creative partnership with Bianca Ross, a wonderfully talented singer-songwriter from Australia. Within 6 weeks of meeting, they had co-written, recorded, and released a song for the children’s charity Embrace CVoC, with a live performance at the Ricoh Arena in Birmingham (April 2019). Their song ‘ How Long’ can be downloaded here, with ALL proceeds going to Embrace.

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