Stepping up to the plate for the show at the Durban International Blues Festival this year is Trevor Donjeany who will perform in place of JASON ANDREW who will not be in town at the time)
Trevor Donjeany is a world-class musician with 36 years’ experience in the music industry.
Beginning in 1980 , Donjeany worked for the Holiday inn circuit in Lesotho for a few years, then moved to the Sun International circuit. He worked with resident hotel bands and backed numerous international and local cabaret stars.
Donjeany moved to Jhb in the early 90 s, and was involved in many television and recording projects as well as with numerous jazz and pop artists and theatre shows, and is the bassist with The Festival Orchestra under the baton of Richard Cock.
For the last 10 years , Donjeany has been the bassist with icon , Johnny Clegg and tours the world extensively .
Countries worked in include Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Kenya, Mozambique, Morroco, Ethiopia, Egypt, The United Arab Emirates, Germany, Switzerland, France, South America, The USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Reunion.
Donjeany writes and records his own music and presently has a project Band which covers a wide genre of music. He also has a solo performance project that covers all types of events, as well as Bass clinics which are highly motivational in schools and universities. He has also taught at Kearsney College, Durban High School and at Westville and Natal Universities.