THE TRILL
Skywalker (FREE DL + BUY 1 GET 3 FREE)
Club Bangas
VISIT: Thisistrill.com FOR FULL CATALOG Buy the Hi-Quality version without Tags now! --- Basic Lease: $24.95 // Commercial Lease: $49.95 // WAV-Trackout lease: $99.95 ..:: E-Mail: info@thisistrill.com ::..
Joel M Frye
Advertisement
Lexibanks.com
(NEW) Mardi Gras
Beats General
(Buy 1 Get 3 FREE all lease options) Contact Support@lexibanks.com for pricing.
» go to the music page for more
play hi-fi  1 Ballad to Ben
play hi-fi  2 What Do I Say
play hi-fi  3 Lady Chasing Rainbows
play hi-fi  4 Triangular Blues
play hi-fi  5 Wolf Street
play hi-fi  6 Friend
play hi-fi  7 Woman Someone Wanted
play hi-fi  8 I Love My Gun
play hi-fi  9 Wheres The Road
play hi-fi  10 Adrift
Why this name?
It's the only name I have.
Do you play live?
I no longer play due to a neurological condition in my left hand.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It both displays and exposes. Anyone with a computer can now record themselves, so it displays talent which might go unnoticed otherwise. It also exposes those who shouldn't bother.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Those days are past.
Band History:
Was a solo acoustic performer most of my career. Started performing with a band called Philadelphia Mint in Syracuse, NY at the age of 14. We were "discovered" by a local DJ, Happy Jack McNamee. Joined the late Jay Burrow as an acoustic duo, "Skye Blue" for several years, went solo until I joined with Alan Nasemann and Holly Abel to form "Trillium" and "Eargasm". Solo again after that, in Syracuse and St. Petersburg, FL. Retired from public performing in 2011 after a short stint with an oldies cover band, "Just In Time".
Your influences?
Musical influences are Chet Atkins, Leo Kottke, and a British bluesman, Beresford Taylor. Lyrically, my influences are Croce, Harry Chapin, and Paul Simon.
Favorite spot?
Toronto. I busked there one afternoon, and paid my way into a Jays game.
Equipment used:
Nothing spectacular. When I performed, Peavey sound system, Takamine E-360 acoustic electric.
Anything else...?
Thanks to anyone stopping by to listen to the old bear.
Join The Mailing List
We will not store or use this email address other than for this newsletter.