Trinity Faith Interview
By Big Al Weekley for Country Music News International Magazine & Radio Show
She knew that music was her passion from an early age and wanted to use her gift to bring joy to others. It started with performing at charity functions, including events like “No Kid Go Hungry,” fallen officer tributes, national anthems performances for the University of Florida, NASCAR In Daytona Florida, University of South Florida, NBA Orlando Magic, MLB Tampa Bay Rays, and much much more.
“Music has always been an outlet for me, a safe place to share my thoughts, feelings, and emotions. There is something so beautiful and incomparable about creating songs and being able to experience that with others — it feels like sharing a piece of your heart with the world. I hope my music resonates with listeners and they feel inspired, hopeful, and encouraged. I am so grateful for this gift that God has given me.”
Her faith, relationship with the Lord, and her family’s support will always be the rock and core of her life and will continue to be the light on her path.
She released three singles in 2020. “Just Me” and “South Coast Highway,” were released in 2022 and will appear on the upcoming EP that will be released in 2023.