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Trevor Horn
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Trevor Horn

Trevor Horn, born July 15, 1949 in Durham, England, is a pop music producer and former musician. He formed a band called the Buggles and had a hit with "Video Killed the Radio Star". In 1980 Horn became the frontman for the rock group Yes during absence of Jon Anderson, which he left in 1981 after seven months to concentrate on his production work. An important reason was a disastrous tour in the US.

Horn has produced acts like Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Dollar, ABC, Grace Jones, Seal and Propaganda. He co-founded record label ZTT in 1983 and received a Grammy in 1996 for Seal's second album.

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