Early Bird Trio

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  • Home for the Holidays: Early Bird Trio

    This show was on Dec 16th, 2014 | 23 people watched
    2 Comments
    • Dec 17
      It was great, loved the music selection, as usual, the vocals were inspired! The musicality was wonderful and the guest musician, G. Bell was a great addition to the festive holiday vibe. I really enjoyed it!!
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  • Early Bird Trio

    This show was on Aug 21st, 2014 | 22 people watched
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    • Aug 22
      Absolutely sensational musicianship. Loved it!!!
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Bio

Early Bird is a progressive/folk/indiepop trio that finds inspiration from a wide variety of musical styles such as jazz, rock, funk, American traditional, Irish Traditional, and classical music.

The band features robust, emotionally powerful lyrics written by lead vocalist Katherine O'Leary and vocalist/pianist Sheralyn Wellman, along with a strong harmonic and rhythmic backbone... more

Early Bird is a progressive/folk/indiepop trio that finds inspiration from a wide variety of musical styles such as jazz, rock, funk, American traditional, Irish Traditional, and classical music.

The band features robust, emotionally powerful lyrics written by lead vocalist Katherine O'Leary and vocalist/pianist Sheralyn Wellman, along with a strong harmonic and rhythmic backbone from guitarist/vocalist/percussionist Aaron Walters. The incorporation of intricate musical elements within an accessible sound is ever-present in Early Bird's music.

Early Bird's magic lies within the strength of the carefully constructed two- and three-part harmonies each member creates, while still maintaining their own unique vocal presence capable of taking center stage. It's members commitment to sharing their sound has brought Early Bird to Ithaca, Syracuse, and Binghamton, among other locations throughout New York.

A major distinguishing characteristic of Early Bird is when the members eventually come together in carefully constructed two- or three-part vocal harmony. In contrast, each member has their own unique vocal sound that takes the wheel in any soloistic moment.

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