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by The Nameless Trio

An all acoustic old timey, swinging,blues, bluegrass, rock & folk revue.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Just a Song
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2. Anxiety
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3. Explore
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4. The Lopa Row
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5. Cruel Love
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6. Hillside
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7. Columbia Reel
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8. Honeybee
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9. Nightingale
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10. All the Way Home
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Album Notes
The Nameless Trio has been stirring up the Southern New England music scene with their handmade freestyle blend of acoustic music. Their rotating instrumentation of upright bass, guitar, mandolin, dobro and banjo is reminiscent of Americana and/or folk music but their songs span a wider spectrum of musical genres including swing, blues, rock, bluegrass and more. Their music is a mixture that is a bit difficult to pinpoint and that’s because their sound is uniquely theirs. What they have created is a unique variation of these genres that is simply delicious.

The Trio released their self-titled album in May 2012 to rave reviews. Their single “It’s Alright” is a contagious rhythmic, feel good song. It is upbeat, vocals are crisp and the extended ‘boogie-woogie’ jam keeps your bones shaking your feet tapping right to the very end. This is but one of the tasty treats that make up this wonderful album.

Matt Miklus having a fulfilling run with the North East Jam Band Hubinger St. turned his focus towards his passion for traditional acoustic sounds in 2007 with his first solo CD “From the Hillside”. He eventually teamed up with Morgan Morse, who was one of Matt’s students since the age of eight and bass player Pat Haddon a veteran of the New Haven, CT blues scene to complete the trio. These three men whose age differences span 30 years first performed together at the “Bluegrass on The Bogs” music festival in Carver, MA and then continued to perform together for a monthly appearance at “The Twisted Vine” a restaurant/pub in Derby, CT.

What began as a festival appearance eventually began to prove to be something more profound. After one year passed their collaborative writing efforts kindled the birth of some infectious grooves and well written songs. The total enjoyment that they have creating music is easily transferable back to audiences. You can feel it in the music, in the air and on the faces of each person who has the pleasure of listening to their music – so much so that they are back in the studio recording their second album “Explore!” to be released in the Spring of 2013.



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