TRHibe Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International Magazine & Radio Show

TRHibe Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International Magazine & Radio Show

Music has many new fans throughout Europe who may be hearing about you for the
first time. How would you describe yourself and the music you play to someone
who has never seen or heard you?

We think Katheryn captured it best when she said:  “They’re young, they’re energetic, they’re
enthusiastic. They’re idealistic and charismatic and have a flair for the
dramatic” (Katherine Jones @ The Idaho statesman).  We are TRHibe. We are a country pop sibling
band (triplets plus our older sister).
We write, play multiple instruments, sing and love performing all over
the country. 


Your current single, Water, is also
being played on country radio. What do you feel is special about this song that
makes people want to hear it?

Answer:   Our Latest release, “Water
off our 3rd EP “Brothers & Sisters” addresses feeling hurt by
bullying comments or having a tough period in life and letting it roll off your
back like water. Spiritually, the song uses water as a metaphor for bad things
being washed away. We know a lot of people have experienced this because they
have shared it with us after hearing the song.
We are so grateful to county radio for playing it and all the new
listeners who have reached out to us.  It
is so awesome to know that the music we wrote is helping someone to know they


What is your favorite song among all the songs you have recorded and what’s the
story behind it?

Oh man that is hard with four of us!
It’s really hard to pick just one.
We do like our song A Little Country
because it is written about the country and city folk in all of us.  We filmed the video for it on a horse farm in
Nashville with the amazing Roman White (Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift)   Our song GO!
is also one we love.  It is about following
your dreams and your passion. 


Do you have any interesting stories about how fans have been affected by your

We have spent a lot of time in hospitals singing & performing for sick
children.  We are Ambassadors for The
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. We perform each year for the Children’s
Miracle Network Dance Marathon and have had many visits to Seacrest Studios in
Nashville.  All of those performances
have had a huge impact on us. The kids are fighting so hard to get healthy and
are always grateful we come to sing.  To
have gratitude in the midst of being really sick inspires us to keep making a
difference.  Our hashtag is
#wehelpfriends.  We are so humbled and
honored that our music can brighten their day.
THEY inspire us! 

Lamitschka:  Who inspires you musically and how deep do
your musical roots run? 

Answer:  Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, The Oak Ridge
Boys, Blake Shelton, LoCash, Eric Church, Brothers Osbourn.  Our roots run pretty deep as you can see from
that list but we also love tons of other artists.  Shawn Mendez, Taylor
Swift, ACDC, Neil Diamond, Imagine Dragons.
We  love & listen to a lot of
different genres.

Lamitschka: As
an artist, you so many tasks such as recording, touring, interviews. What do
you like best, what’s your favorite activity?

Answer:  We honestly love it all.  Creating songs, recording and playing. Seeing
something you have created from start to finish is very cool.  However, media interviews and meeting new
people has to be hands down the most fun for all 4 of us!     

What can your fans expect to see when they see you in concert?

Well, we hope we can share our love for our music.  Lot’s of teen energy, happiness & story
telling.  We love audience paticipaiton.  We have had some amazing singers &
dancers jam with us.  We love to include
people so it’s just that much more fun for all of us. 

When you’re on tour, do you have time to play tourist?

 Answer:   Abolutely!
We love touring around the country. We try and do something wherever we
are.  We’ll visit the zoo in Nashville,
or be a tourist at CMA fest for a day when we aren’t playing,  take in the beach when we are in California,
or Disneyland.  Visit the Statue of
Liberty in NYC and sample all the food. 

What’s your favorite song that you wish you could have recorded?

Answer:  There is no way to
pick one. 

Gabby – I wished I had written and
recorded Jolene.       

Riley – Something I’m Good at by Brett Eldredge.

Isabella – Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash           

Abby – Elvira by the Oak Ridge Boys

What message would you like to send your European fans?

We can’t wait to meet you!  Where should
be play first?  Let us know. We seriously
cannot wait to get over there! 

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