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Better than Blue is Best of the New

Better Than BlueEver since the Trinity River Band hit the scene, I've been captured by their sound. Each release and performance better and better. By the time their 2013 release, Today Don't Look Like Rain, hit the streets, I was hooked. Then, came their newest project, Better Than Blue and I'm in awe at the artistry of this Harris family band. Better Than Blue may actually be better than many of the other recent releases.

Trinity River Band to Missouri to Celebrate Outstanding New Album

Better Than BlueTrinity River Band will kick off the Missouri leg of their busy 2014 tour this Wednesday, May 14 at 3:00 pm on the popular K Kountry95 Radio’s “Redbone Show” (KAMS 95.1) reaching a large audience in the areas of Thayer, MO, Mammoth Springs, AR, plus online streaming for listeners worldwide. The band will debut songs from their new album, Better Than Blue, on Orange Blossom Records, plus talk about their upcoming tour dates.

Trinity River Band - “Better Than Blue” Released This Week

Better Than Blue Nashville, TN -- Trinity River Band recently signed with Orange Blossom Records who released their new single “Better Than Blue.” The song is available to radio stations worldwide at AirPlaydirect.com and for digital purchase at iTunes, Amazon, TrinityRiverBand.com and more sites.

Trinity River Band Unveils New Album Artwork and Release Date

Better Than Blue Nashville, TN -- Trinity River Band is proud to unveil the new cover art for their highly anticipated new album titled Better Than Blue releasing April 22, 2014. The artwork was designed by Anthony Ladd of Kneelindesign who named the image “faire demi-tour” from the French meaning “turn around.” The group features band members Sarah Harris (Lead & Harmony Vocals, Mandolin); Mike Harris (Guitar, Lead & Harmony Vocals); Lisa Harris (Bass, Harmony Vocals); Josh Harris (Banjo, Dobro, Harmony Vocals); and Brianna Harris (Fiddle, Harmony Vocals).

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