Trevor Boxall is an electric bass player from the UK. Known for his propulsive, creative and supportive playing, solid groove and old-school tone, he has a wealth of experience ranging from function bands, tribute acts, pop and rock acts, traditional and modern jazz and more. He is heavily influenced by the songwriting style, tones, and playing on the classic motown, soul, pop and rock records of the 60s and 70s, as well as a huge love for jazz, prog and improvised music.

Since 2014 he has been bass player and composer for UK jazz group, the Emily Francis Trio. Their debut album, “The Absent” was released in 2015 with a follow-up live EP, “The Way Home” in late 2016. Their latest album, LUMA, is due for release in 2022.

“Boxall impresses throughout the recording with his flexible grooves and melodic soloing.”

The Jazz Mann

“…brings us squarely back into the territory of 70’s jazz-funk with some interesting bass work from Trevor Boxall.”

London Jazz News

In 2017 he joined busy London-based funk and soul outfit, Bad Girls Groove, as their main bass player. He has since been involved in a range of projects, including tribute shows to both David Bowie and George Michael.