The ancient world tried to understand the universe much the same way as we do today. Since they didn't have the technology we do today they would apply human characteristics to even the most mundane of things, creating archetypes that the human soul could revere and adore. Thus were born the myths and legends of the ancient world, told and retold across generations, and with each retelling, more energy was fed to those archetypes until they took on lives of their own.
As society advanced, more and more, the story tellers fell by the way side, in favor of more technologically advanced mediums of entertainment. And, as their stories stopped being told, the heroes of the ancient myths and legends slept.
Now, they are back, and they are rockin' this time. Treblehawk, formed by Shining Wheel Pagan Chorus alum, Brian Morse, revisits those ancient myths and legends of the ancient world with music, magic and merriment. Whether it be a blues ditty about Isis, a rollicking rocking adventure with Odin, A zydeco inspired piece about the trad witches in the Louisiana Bayous, or a touching ballad about the departure of the Oak King, Treblehawk has brought back the ancient bardic traditions.
A Treblehawk concert can include elements of rock, blues, bluegrass, reggae, jazz, world music, country, and folk, all in one set. Using guitar, piano, violin voice and world percussion Treblehawk weaves a spell of musical enchantment that captures your imagination, touches your soul and makes you want to dance naked in the moonlight.
Treblehawk has also been producing music for the nationally syndicated fishing show for children, "Hook The Future" for nearly 10 seasons.
Treblehawk's first CD release, "Neveralone" is available at all of their performances and the best way for you to get ahold of your very own copy is to ask, plea and demand that the promoters of your next festival or event have Treblehawk come and do a performance. Electronic down loads from Treblehawk's "Neveralone" CD are available at ReverbNation.com/Treblehawk.
Treblehawk is now back in the studio working on their second CD, "Freedom". This CD will be available at CDBaby.com, and other online outlets as well as public appearances by the band when it is released this year. You can check the progress of the CD at Treblehawk's Facebook page or at ReverbNation.com/Treblehawk. They will be posting routine updates of their recording progress with rough mixes and scratch tracks so that you can be in the studio with them as they record.
Brian Morse: Piano, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Valerie Macri: Mandolin and Percussion
Various and assorted guest musicians