When The Trishas became a band in 2009, they were four independent artists coming together to form something else entirely. There were songs between them, but the sound of the band was yet to be determined. 2010 brought a chance to finally record a mini-album (as they lovingly call their first EP), They Call Us The Trishas. Each member chose a song, and one song chose them (the Kevin Welch penned "Till I'm Too Old To Die Young" was the reason they came together in the first place).

Two years and one publishing deal later, there were enough "Trisha" songs to make their 2013 full-length debut High, Wide & Handsome, produced by Mike Poole. In fact, there were so many songs they loved that the album contains 14 tracks, plus a "bonus" duet with Raul Malo of The Mavericks fame.

With 4 babies and many many miles between them, The Trishas now only get together for an occasional tour or special event, but you can come here (or iTunes, or Spotify, or Amazon, or... you get the drift) and enjoy the music!