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Portland OR based Trio Subtonic has developed a keys, bass and drum style of original music defined by compositional intrigue, groove, heavy improvisations and accessibility to listeners across the musical landscape. Trio Subtonic continues its musical exploration with the release of Night Runners pushing the boundaries of their instrumentation.
"Recorded off the heels of tours on both coasts....concise tunes bursting with melodic and rhythmic ideas, including hip-hop beats, exotic Brazilian rhythms and a flair for catchy start-stop arrangements....The trio has embraced the sounds that surround them and....expertly sequenced record that should pack dance floors and demand careful listening." - JazzTimes.com
"...the best jazz of 2009....Portland, Oregon's Trio Subtonic conjures up tightly crafted tunes that split open with bluesy piano, searing organ, and delightfully funky horn arrangements."
Opener: Voices of Glory
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Siblings Michael, 21 Avery, 17; and Nadia Cole, 14, started singing together in 2007 after their mother, Felicia, was in a head-on car collision with a drunk driver, which landed her in an eight month coma. They serenaded their mother for months, through to her rehabilitation.
They began traveling to nursing homes and hospitals in an effort to help other patients. In 2009 NBC's "America's Got Talent" opened doors for a recording contract, an opportunity to sing in Madison Square Garden, and their very own live music show in Branson, Missouri. The family story was aired nationally in 2010 on Fox News network as a Mother's Day weekend special. Jet Magazine ran the story for their Mother's Day issue, and Gospel Today Magazine picked up the story, as well.