trigashes

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From the musical stomping grounds of Detroit, Michigan shared by artists Madonna, The White Stripes, DJ Assault, DJ Godfather, Insane Clown Posse, Glenn Fry, Bob Seger, Kid Rock, Eminem, Stevie Wonder, Alice Cooper, Mike E. Clark, Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, John Lee Hooker, Grand Funk Railroad, The Verve Pipe, Sponge and The Von Bondies.

Trig was born just outside Detroit, Michigan in the city of Warren. He grew up in a small mining village between Pennington Gap and Big Stone Gap, Virginia called Keokee . He loved to sing for anyone who would listen at a very early age. He attended Keokee Combine School with only 300 students from K-12. Once performing on WSWV local radio for a Church Christmas show. At age 9, Trig learned to play guitar from his forth grade teacher Ginger Sullivan. He loved doing stunts with his bicycle at an early age also. That passion later lead to a huge love for motorcycles. He would spend an entire day of non-stop riding on his motorcycle (daredevil style) in the forest at 10 years old. Embracing his passion for music, Trig entered and won three local talent contests before age 12. At age 14, after his father passed unexpectedly, Trig moved from Virginia back to Detroit, Michigan . It was there where his burning desire for ROCK N ROLL began a furious new adventure. He attended George A. Dondero High School in Royal Oak, Michigan and is a fellow High School Alumni with Glenn Fry of the legendary band the Eagles. TRIG-A-MORTIS (released 2003) has been played on Penn State, college and local radio stations. Cryptic Conversations (released 2009) is the epic follow-up CD which included 13 songs of the Trig music library.

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