TREVOR BOLDER


Trevor Bolder was an english musician born in 1950 and died in 2013, well known as member of Uriah Heep and and the Spiders from Mars with David Bowie. Inspired by The Beatles, in 1964 he formed his first band playing guitar. He first came to prominence in The Rats, which also featured fellow Hull musician Mick Ronson on lead guitar.

In 1971 he was called in David Bowie's backing band, next known as the Spiders from Mars. Bolder's bass (and trumpet) work appeared on the studio full-lenght as Hunky Dory(1971), The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972), Aladdin Sane(1973), and Pin Ups (1973), the Spiders' swan song with their leader.

In 1976 Bolder joined Uriah Heep and he worked on John Lawton's era album as Firefly,Innocent Victim, Fallen Angel plus Conquest with John Sloman as singer.

Trevor accepted an offer in 1981 to join Wishbone Ash before returning in 1983 with Uriah Heep, playing on the Head First tour and all albums since. In 2012 and early 2013, Bolder worked with Stevie ZeSuicide (Steve Roberts of the band U.K. Subs) as producer on singles "Wild Trash" (co-writer with ZeSuicide), "Lady Rocker" and a cover of "Ziggy Stardust". Bolder, sadly, passed away in May 2013.

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