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In following the passing of her father, she continued to write and record witley own material. As the daughter of singer-songwriter Chris Whitleyshe began her musical career playing with her father, and recording on several of his albums.
That summer, she was invited to present two shows at the Montreal Whtiley Jazz Festival. Retrieved March 23, This page was last edited on 22 Decemberat Even as a toddler, she was immersed in music and the arts, spending time in some of the world’s most renowned studios, including Electric Lady Studios.
Views Read Edit View history. Retrieved January 3, Working odd jobs in Brooklyn and Queens, she started to perform her own music in clubs throughout the city. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Trixie Whitley. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. In November and Decembershe embarked on her first solo tour of the U.
At 11, she was touring Europe with several theater companies, and, at the age of 14, with the dance company, “Les Ballets C de la B,” as an actor, singer, dancer, and musician. In earlyshe returned to the studio to finish her debut album, Fourth Cornertrixie whitley the engine producer Thomas Bartlettengineer Pat Dillettand string arrangements by Rob Moose.
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Trixie began playing the drums when she was Her early years were split between Ghent and New York City. During the Black Dub recording sessions, she also recorded her second EP, The Enginefeaturing her own music, and began preparing to record her debut as a leader. Alternative rocksoul, blues rock.
Trixie Whitley – Wikipedia
Their collaboration on Trixie’s enine “I’d Rather Go Blind” — with drummer Brian Blade — was filmed and provoked a buzz in music circles. In lateproducer Daniel Lanois contacted Trixie and invited her to the Berklee College of Musicwhere he was in residence.