Music and camaraderie

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18th September 2018

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Trevor Clawson is an Irish songwriter, guitarist and singer, now living in West Sussex where he plays regularly on the folk and acoustic music circuits. Described by Time Out as “one of the best songwriters around,” Trevor draws on elements of folk, blues and jazz to create musical backdrops for his character-led narrative lyrics.

During the 1990s Trevor was a regular and well-regarded performer on the London acoustic circuit and in addition to playing hundreds of shows in his own right, he supported a number of major names, including Grammy-award winner Shawn Colvin, and folk legends Dick Gaughan and Dave Swarbrick.

Since moving to West Sussex has recorded three albums and re-established himself as a live performer. In addition to appearing at folk and acoustic clubs he has played major venues such as the Capitol Theatre Horsham and the Regis Centre Bognor. Festival appearances, include Glastonbury,Trowbridge the London Acoustic Festival in the 90s and more recently, the Southdowns Folk Festival, Arundel Arts Festival and the Rox Festival.