For emerging young singer/ songwriter Trinity Woodhouse, life on the Country Music road is just beginning. Growing up on a small piece of land in the NSW Hunter Valley, Trinity is no stranger to the life of a down to earth, real living Country girl. Singing around the campfire, and learning to love the connection to both people and the land, have fostered a strong belief in the power and passion that music provides.
Music is the Journey
Trinity's musical highlights include being awarded the ICMA Patti Mckinnon Award for ‘Up and Coming Artist’ at this year's Tamworth Festival as well as performing alongside Damien Leith (Australian Idol Winner) and Tara Nay-Smith at the Cessnock Region 2020 Australia Day Ceremony.
Trinity has been a feature across numerous event line-ups of repute including the Gympie Muster, Country at the Camp, Clarencetown Country River Hoedown, Macksville Music Muster as well as regular gigs across the Hunter Valley Region. Awards and claims to fame aside, Trinity possesses something special in her outlook towards her musical ambitions. Her belief in the value of song is self-evident in her performance and writing journey.
"To play a wrong note is insignificant; to play without passion is inexcusable"