A soulful night of Jazz with Trinere

A soulful night of Jazz with Trinere

Royal Jelly

Sun, March 26, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

Saint Rocke

Hermosa Beach, CA

$20 - $25

This event is 21 and over

This is a General Admission ticket. It does not guarantee seating.

For seating upgrades, please call 310-372-0035

Trinere Veronica Farrington, Multi-Platinum International Recording Artist (born 29 November 1964 in Miami, Florida), better known as Trinere, is an American singer, songwriter and recording artist who had several major dance hits in the 1980s and early '90s and who was very influential in the freestyle music genre. Although her songs have not had great success on the music charts, today these songs are considered classics of the freestyle genre.

Early career
Trinere recorded with several record companies, mostly out of Miami, Florida, known for its output of popular freestyle music. Trinere's music was mostly produced by popular Miami DJ, "Pretty Tony" Butler. Many consider her the "Queen of Freestyle".[citation Her most notable chart successes were her album Forever Yours (Pandisc, 1991), which reached the Top 40 on Billboard's Hot Black Albums chart for several weeks, and her single "I'll Be All You Ever Need", which raced up the Hot Dance Singles and Hot Club Play charts in the summer of 1986.
A Miami native, she always wanted to sing professionally since the age of five. After graduating from high school, Trinere went on to study music at the University of Miami, Florida.
Trinere was influenced and inspired by singers such as Donna Summer, Natalie Cole, Phillis Hyman, Madonna, Janet Jackson and Teena Marie.

During college, Trinere was the lead vocalist for a popular band in Coconut Grove, Florida, called Euphoria. Upon finishing her studies at the University of Miami, Trinere spent some time working with the music artist Rick James and his group the Mary Jane Girls.
In 1984, Trinere met famed dance, freestyle and electro/hip-hop producer Tony Butler in Miami. Pretty Tony crossed genres and experimented with producing freestyle music with Trinere. Trinere's dynamic voice and Pretty Tony's ability to incorporate sounds captivated and solidified a large Latin fanbase, which spread across the U.S., Europe and South America.
Her first release was the single "I Know You Love Me" in 1984; this was re-released two years later. The following year, Trinere released the popular songs "All Night" and "Can't Get Enough", followed by "How Can We Be Wrong". A remix for "All Night" was also released.

Trinere began to tour extensively, selling millions of records around the world, and having a number of dance chart hits.

Music Specialists/Jam Packed Records of Miami released her self-titled debut album in 1986. The album contained not only the previous hits she had already released but also several other tracks which would become classic freestyle anthems, "They're Playing Our Song" and "I'll Be All You Ever Need". All of them still receive radio airplay to this day.
Pandisc Records released two more of Trinere's singles, including "Can't Stop The Beat", which was her biggest hit for Pandisc.
She released three more albums between 1990 and 1992: Forever Yours (1990), Games (1991) and Trinere's in the House! (1992).
in 1989,Trinere and Pretty Tony had a son, Brandon C. Butler. In 1996, the last single that Trinere would release would be "When I Hear Music", a remix of another Pretty Tony production with Debbie Deb.

In 1992, Trinere took a spiritual hiadus leaving the music industry and performing for 13 years. In 2005, after a very bitter divorce, Trinere decided it was time to return to her love and passion for performing and returned to the stage to reclaim her place as Queen of Freestyle Music.

Present day
As of January 2014, Trinere has continued to perform live internationally, often joining fellow freestyle artists such as Lisa Lisa, Stevie B and Shannon among others. Trinere has performed and enjoyed great success in the UK and South America. Brazil where she is known as The Queen of Funk Melody also; known as Freestyle music. Her current album, titled Timeless, is in the process of being recorded with Legendary electronic Dance Music Producer Pretty Tony Butler and their son Brandon Christopher Butler, better known as Miami Marci.
Royal Jelly
Royal Jelly
Leah Brooke's solo project ROYAL JELLY, in which she's backed by some other popular Madison musicians including Karen Wheelock and Dana Perry

"Leah Brooke is a singer/songwriter from madison/wisconsin. on her new album 'royal jelly', she combines wordy/witty lyrics and an expressive vocal presence with indie rock production moves. it's a well developed, fully realized album and a good showcase for her ability to capture a variety of moods in her songs, from ominous and dark ('abalone shells') to lightheartedly fatalistic ('live til you die'). the lyrics are full of strange, evocative imagery."
The Modern Folk Music of America
Venue Information:
Saint Rocke
142 Pacific Coast Highway
Hermosa Beach, CA, 90254