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London, United Kingdom
trishanne has been performing in one way or another since childhood. When she wasn’t learning the fundamentals of speech or writing poetry she was Miming and Acting showing her determination by paying for her lessons herself by walking her teachers' dogs and doing household chores.
Singing from the age of 7, trishanne didn’t begin her journey musically until her early 20’s when she picked up a guitar and decided to sing her heartfelt and world poetry to the chords she strummed on her 12 String Guitar.
Whilst learning to play and compose trishanne found herself busking on the street’s of London gaining confidence to sing her heart out to the world.
She has performed alongside different genre’s and style’s including, reggae, rock, indian Classical (performing at the very first Diwali celebration ever held in the House of Commons in 2004), R&B, and Gospel, (on the open mic scene enjoying the ebbs and flows of almost anything she hears… “it’s mainly in the feel for me, it has to touch my soul and then it’s remembered forever”… This she expresses is “who I am, touch my soul and you’ll live in my heart”….. trishanne sings almost anything she enjoys being flexible through the thorough enjoyment of Singing…(having gained a Diploma in Musical Theatre for the sheer enjoyment of singing).
Her song "The Party" written with songwriter/entertainer 'Shaka Zulu', was released in 2011 and gained Local radio airplay. Performed at the Bridgepark Venue in Stonebridge London as a support act to the acclaimed Reggae Artist "Freddie McGregor", “Big Ship”, “Push Comes to Shove”, and also at The Heritage Bar in Cricklewood alongside the very famous "Ken Boothe" who claims the rights to famous numbers such as "Everything I Own", "Puppet on a String", and "Silver Words" .... to name but a few. trishanne has also supported acts such as William Francis, Vivien Jones and others at JJ's Wine Bar in Harlesden London owned by the renowned King Sounds himself. She continues to gain credibility being invited to sing alongside George Nooks, Winston Ready, Audrey Scott, Peter Hunningale, Donna Marie and Lady Lex.
Her single, a cover of Someone Like You (Adele) in Reggae was released June 2012 alongside her Video which can be download here on Reverbnation and is gaining regular Local Radio airplay.
Currently focussing on her Album at Pro 134 with singles releasing throughout 2015, while she continues to write and gig in London.