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Monday Music in Alma welcomes Trilogy

Vocalists Niki Veniot and Steven Auld and  multi-instrumentalist Michelle Tracey are all part of Trilogy.
Vocalists Niki Veniot and Steven Auld and multi-instrumentalist Michelle Tracey are all part of Trilogy. - Contributed
ALMA, N.S. —

ALMA, N.S. – Chances are that you’ve seen Trilogy’s name out there by now. 
Three very busy musicians who had played separately for a few years, and occasionally teamed up on stage decided to join forces as one musical group.  
Vocalists Niki Veniot and Steven Auld teamed up with multi-instrumentalist Michelle Tracey not too long ago and have been playing lots of gig together ever since.  Next Monday, June 24, they take the stage as part of the Monday Music in Alma Summer series; they’ve all been on stage in Alma before and enjoy the experience of the great acoustics and the friendly attentive audience. 
It’s hard to place their music in any one genre. You’ll hear a little bit of country, folk, pop, and rock, sometimes with a bluesy feel to it.  Another thing you will probably notice is that they work hard to make sure the music they present is the right choice for the audience in front of them. One thing for sure you will hear, see, and feel something they all share: the joy they have in making music.  
This concert is the second in the season for the Monday Music in Alma weekly series.  As always, the concert takes place behind the friendly yellow doors at Green Hill – Alma United Church and the music starts at 7:30 p.m.  Admission is suggested at $10 but please pay what you can afford.

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