Trinity Sound is a youth music group formed under the direction of Jason March at Reid Music. The
group focuses on arranging songs anywhere from traditional folk tunes to the latest top 40 hits with the
use of traditional instruments such as violin, mandolin, bodhran, and guitar. With the addition of new
members the group has a fresh approach to arranging material and adding their own original
Trinity Sound group members are:
Mackenzie Elliot-Vocals, guitar, bodhran, mandolin
Sam Penny – Mandolin, violin
Luke Chiasson – Mandolin, violin
Parker Dunne – Guitar
Logan Crawley – Bass
A brand new duo spinning classic country and bluesy originals in the good old vintage style!
Ty Simms has always had a love for music and enjoys and plays all types and while his main instrument of focus is the acoustic guitar, he also plays banjo and mandolin. He is also very much involved in The Music Studios of Etcetera Productions and Mount Pearl Senior High Chamber Choir.
Tyler is a country folk styles singer, songwriter and guitarist. With his roots in Clarenville, Newfoundland, Tyler’s songs bring a glimpse of either some good old fashioned country, or some classic Newfie music with a modern touch. Tyler shows loads of emotion in his singing, and hopes you may relate too.
Zealya, is 16 years old and has been a performer from the moment she could talk. Taking every opportunity to perform at parties, school functions, festivals and youth performances including open mic’s, she has developed into a performer that commands the attention of the people watching her perform.
A songwriter whose writing style touches the real life events that people can connect with. She is equally comfortable at the keyboard or on the guitar and is an excellent harmonizer. Her repertoire shows an appreciation for genres far beyond her young age and includes songs ranging from Janis Joplin to Nathaniel Rateliff.
She attends school in CBS Newfoundland and spends all her spare time in the music department. Having performed with a couple of bands already, the stage is her home and she looks forward to continuing to develop her skills and bring her music to forefront.
The STEP Fiddlers are a group of fine young fiddle players, ranging in age from six to sixteen, drawn mostly from the students of the Suzuki Talent Education Program (STEP) in St. John’s. Christina Smith founded the group in 1982 to give give young Newfoundlanders an opportunity to learn their own traditional music. Currently directed by Carole Bestvater, the STEP Fiddlers continue this rich tradition, while incorporating tunes from across Canada and around the world. The STEP Fiddlers have been featured performers at the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival, the Canadian Folk Music Awards Gala, and the North Atlantic Fiddle Convention, and have brought Newfoundland music to Ontario, England, and Northern Ireland. Over the years the group has released two CDs: “Galing for a Storm” and “Fiddling in the Fog.”
Makeda Klucowicz, Alex Taylor, Marlo Greene, Levon Nichols