Trevor Lucas was a second but notable amount in the Uk folk-rock scene from the past due 1960s and 1970s, principally seeing that an associate of Fotheringay as well as the mid-’70s edition of Fairport Convention. Originally from Australia, he found the UK within the middle-1960s to focus on the original folk circuit, and produced an obscure and run-of-the-mill traditional folk single record in 1966, Overlander. From past due 1967 to past due 1969, the singer-guitarist is at Eclection, a little-known United kingdom folk-rock group that produced recordings with Elektra. Lucas became romantically associated with Fairport Convention vocalist Sandy Denny in the past due 1960s, and jointly the pair produced Fotheringay, who produced an excellent folk-rock record in 1970. Regardless of the group’s significant guarantee, it folded from then on lone LP, when Denny, the largest talent within the band undoubtedly, left for the solo profession. Lucas became a member of Fairport Convention, who at that time have been shorn of most their original people, in middle-1972, with Denny (whom Lucas wedded in 1973) rejoining the music group in early 1974. Both Lucas and Denny remaining two years later on, and in the interim Fairport could not have been thought to have already been at their maximum. After Denny’s loss of life in 1978, Lucas remarried and shifted back again to Australia to improve his family members, dying of center failing in 1989. Furthermore to his function in the rings Fotheringay, Eclection, and Fairport Convention, he also made an appearance like a acoustic guitar and vocalist on records from the Strawbs, Richard Thompson, Al Stewart, and Stefan Grossman.