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Trevor Crozier

A talented multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, Crozier can be broadly adored for his charming, unaffected personality. Elevated in Cornwall and Africa, he educated at Plymouth and Dublin, before pursuing his fascination with trad jazz with folk tracks through the Irish, Scottish and British customs. After his college or university training course in Dublin was finished, he still left for London, developing Broken Consort. There he fulfilled Adge Cutler as well as the Wurzels, and co-wrote their strike single, ‘Don’t Inform I, Inform ‘Ee’. After two albums Broken Consort folded, and Crozier shifted again, this time around to Bretton in France. There he shaped the Celtic folk group Lyonese, whose successes included an record from the same name. By this time around he may possibly also boast of creating a bit-part in the film DEFINATELY NOT The Madding Group to his name.

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