The Trevor Brice discography includes two international million sellers as front-man for Vanity Fare namely, "Hitchin' a Ride" (1969) and "Early In The Morning" (1970) - together with a string of other Vanity Fare top-ten chart hits and radio hits spanning the period 1968 – 1979 such as "I Live For The Sun","Carolinas Coming Home", "Take it Shake I, Break My Heart" and "Better By Far"

Other releases include:
  • the 1966 RCA Victor single "In The Beginning" as lead singer of the Sages.

  • a 1976 solo version of the Tony Macauley song "Better By Far" on Route records backed by the Arthur Greenslade orchestra (this song had previously been recorded by Long John Baldry).

  • a solo track on the highly rated Scandinavian rock-opera album "The Inquisition" from 1985 written and produced by Danish writers Bo Moeller and Gert Holmfred also featuring well known Danish artists Tina Siel, Malthe Nielsen and Albert Wichmann.

  • two 1985 singles on Scandinavian label Telaeg under the name "Paradox", from his partnership with the late "Stars on 45" producer Arnie Treffers from Holland who was best known as front-man for 60's Euro chart-toppers Long Tall Ernie and the Shakers.

  • in 2000, came a top-tuned, 21st century techno version of the Vanity Fare classic "Hitchin' a Ride", backed by Danish band The Bats.

  • then, in 2007, an appearance as a tenor with the City of Bath Male Choir on their debut CD, 'Anthem' - conductor Grenville Jones and accompanist Philip Evry.

A comprehensive discography can be viewed here

The story began in 1961, in the Medway Towns, in South East England. Schoolmates Trevor Brice, on lead guitar, with bassist Tony Jarrett, guitarist Tony Goulden, drummer Tony Barrows and singer, the late Peter Butcher started The Avengers which was later, under the management of local restaurant owner and music mentor Barbara Lee, to evolve into The 4 Avengers, The Grockels, Brice's Braces, The Sages and then, in 1968 - Vanity Fare. Trevor had by this time taken over the lead vocalist spot.
Vanity Fare has been described as one of the finest vocal ensembles to come out of the sixties and, as lead vocalist for Vanity Fare, Trevor Brice was labelled by the music media of the time as Britain's answer to Frankie Valli (Four Seasons USA), on account of his extraordinary vocal range.

Trevor was the front figure of Vanity Fare for more than 11 years, performing at some of the most prestigious venues in the world alongside many music legends. Some of the more noteworthy artists the boys got to work with were: The Beach Boys (1968 - Beach Boys European tour) , Mamma Cass (1970 - guests on Mamma Cass TV Show), Sammy Davis Junior (1968 - guests on Simon Dee TV Show), The Moody Blues (1970 Mamma Cass TV Show), Sir Cliff Richard (1968-74 regular guests - BBC TV Top of the Pops), Engelbert Humperdink (1969 BBC Engelbert Humperdink TV Show), Neil Diamond/Tony Jo White (1970 Live outdoor concert, Montgomery, Alabama, USA), Sir David Frost (American TV David Frost Show New York), The Edwin Hawkins Singers (1969 Royal Albert Hall, London), Aretha Franklin (1970 BBC Radio 1 Club) and many more.

Trevor left Vanity Fare, and show business, in 1980 and moved to Scandinavia to follow a career in the commercial language services sector. He became an experienced language teacher and translator, holding courses in presentation techniques for some of Denmark's top companies. In 2006, on his retirement, he returned with his family to England.


While in Denmark, Trevor was involved in a songwriting partnership with Danish singer/guitarist Klaus Soe. This partnership developed into a popular stage show for the duo under the name BRICE & LAKE, featuring self-penned material spiced with some of the "unforgettables" from the golden age of rock. Press here for info re "BRICE & LAKE".