A series of essays wherein I explore the numerous musical identities of my favorite musician: from child prodigy to teen idol to guitar hero to singer/songwriter to award-winning in-demand film composer.
Featuring news/updates and commentary/analysis of Trevor's career and associated projects.
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Friday, March 21, 2014

Just sayin'

Not that I would ever presume to insist upon particular conditions in regards to my love and admiration of a certain insanely-talented musical polymath quadruple-threat but...Kate Bush announced today she is going to launch a new live production later this year in London (titled Before The Dawn) and if Kate - notorious for being shy and not fond of traveling or playing live (resulting in her only having toured once before in her entire career) - can hit the stage again then there might yet be hope for our Maestro...as we Pink Floyd fans are fond of saying, "Pigs still might fly!"

The news on Kate can be read here, for those interested:

Monday, March 17, 2014

Media Watch: pan-cultural outsourcing

With thanks to Henry Potts for this piece of news.

If this is true (I suppose there's no reason it's not, save that Jon sometimes states things in a way which turns out to be rather different from what they actually are, bless him) it's a great thing to consider that Trevor may also be moving into a phase of his career where he is actively composing long-form classical works apart from his film scoring.  And Lang Lang is no stranger to collaborations with rock musicians, having appeared with Metallica to perform their song "One" at the 2014 Grammy Awards.

Hopefully further updates will be made available...the link to the interview is in Henry's tweet, and Jon's comment regarding Trevor's piece comes around the 22:15 mark in the recording.