The Band Who ever said that a band with pompadour haircuts and a Gretch wielding American had to wear lucky dice around their necks and spend their time covering “Twenty Flight Rock”?
Well, the TriSonics don’t. Though Dims’ drumming is sometimes reminiscent of Elvis’ Las Vegas era, he looks like a hippie! The guy on bass actually does wear lucky dice, but he’s really a she named Barbara. And singer/guitar player Derek does sport a “pomp” but replaced his Gretch with a Fender long ago. 2006 will see the TriSonics show off their new songs in Austria, Greece, the Netherlands, Spain, the UK and the US as well as in their “native” Germany. Their soon-to-be-released second album “Welcome to the Club”
showcases gypsy violins, a swinging brass section and even an accordion. Is this retro or is it 21st century rock’n’roll?
Dim Sclichter drums
Derek Singleton vocals/guitar
Barbara Streidl bass
„Simply animalistic – the TriSonics set off a fireworks of classic Rock’n’Roll!“
Süddeutsche Zeitung – D
„I love this. Each track on this album gives you a different side to the band. It’s pure beefy,
Boppin’ Braun, ingenious” Mad Rat Magazine – UK
„Listening skyrocketed my adrenaline level to dangerous heights, magnificent ear candy,
superb album“ BlackCat Rockabilly – NL
„Strong vocals, solid beat and wailing guitar“ Planet Rockabilly – USA
„A fine band with sterling musicians. I can picture Bruce Springsteen’s smile of satisfaction after listening to their rockabilly version of ,I’m On Fire’” Backstage Magazine – Norway
„They play with such passion that they set the audience ,on fire’. An outstanding performance by a distinguished group“ Rock + Roll – Greece
Tel. 0049 / 174 / 3 17 78 07