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Trinity Rose

SongwriterMalibu, CAStory & Photos by Lauri LevenfeldFashion by Rosie G
Makeup by Veronica Fensel/ Hair By Kendria Spratt
Music is the gateway to the soul. And a song can touch people not only emotionally but physically, driving an ability to act on a endeavor, a movement and a dream. For Trinity Rose, finding passion in the lyrics of a song is her opportunity to connect with others and to connect to the world through personal acts of giving back.  And with her incredibly unique sound and style, it is no  surprise that Trinity was selected as the youngest female contestant ever to perform on the much celebrated talent show The Voice. With a little humor and a whole lotta love, Trinity Rose will no doubt be touching our hearts for a long time to come and we can’t wait to watch her shine. 

1. Who are you? What were you like as a child?

That’s a very deep question! Who am I? I’m still trying to figure that out…hmmm I’m a Capricorn, I like long walks on the beach XD. I guess you can say I have a sense of humor. But really I’m a singer that wants to do more than just sing, I want people to feel something when I sing.

Apparently I was a nightmare toddler who shrieked to my mother’s embarrassment daily on the playground trying to do what the big kids were doing so maybe that helped my vocal chords develop.


2. When did music become a part of your life? How have you made your passion a reality and a career?

Music has always been present in my life. Ever since I can remember there was music and dancing in the house. My parents used to host guitar nights where we would all sing along to classics and my Dad would play along with his friends. I ended up teaching myself ukulele and eventually stole my dad’s L’Arrivée guitar.  I’ve made my passion for music and songwriting a reality by performing live weekly and working hard. I’ve met a lot of friends who have similar musical interests through social media and enjoy writing for other singers and collaborating. I’ve won many contests including an international Unsigned music award that led to some incredible opportunities like being chosen as the youngest female contestant ever on The Voice and the youngest ever to complete Grammy Camp.

3. Tell us about your writing process and what inspires your lyrics? What song are you most proud of?

I need to have my guitar or ukulele in hand or I cannot get a single lyric out of my head. Once I find a chord progression I start to sing random lyrics and jot them all down starting with a verse and a subject. I am very proud of a song coming out soon that I wrote as a duet with Aidan Gallagher from Nickelodeon called (Know That I) Miss You. It started out acoustically with a bit of a sad vibe but with Aidan and my producer, Andrew Dixon’s help, it has grown into a really amazing and inspiring pop song. I can’t wait for you all to hear it!


4. Who are your role models?

I met a really good friend during my time at The Voice who lived near me in NY, Kayla Rae Barone. She recently turned 19 but never judged me for my age or treated me like I was less or a kid even though she’s an amazingly incredible artist, singer and songwriter. She invited me to sit in on many of her shows and I learned to be more courageous and emotional on stage by hanging out with her and watching her. Her confidence in me made me more confident. She also reminds me a lot of one of my idols, Lorde, with how down to earth and trusting she is with her audience and how she brings everyone into her world. I’ve been lucky to be able to spend time and learn from so many incredible people, especially this past year, so honestly I could go on and on.

5. When you are not playing  music, what are your favorite things to do?

Well I’ve always loved musical theatre since I was a little girl starring as Flounder in The Little Mermaid when I was 4 ha ha. I just played Belle in Beauty & The Beast in NY with some veteran Broadway musical directors which was super exciting. But MOSTLY I love watching musicals. I saw an unhealthy amount of them on Broadway and I met Ben Platt so my life is now complete.


6. If you were deserted on an island, which island would it be and what five things would you bring?

I’d live on Palm Island in the Grenadines and bring snorkeling gear, my guitar, infinite sunscreen (gotta stay safe), iguana food so I can tame them and have an army and probably my sister so she could keep me from going insane.


7. Are you spiritual? Do you believe in the horoscope? Or any other system to answer questions?

Well my name is Trinity that has a lot of spiritual meanings which I do take seriously. My family background is Christian and my Grandpa

is a Hindu from India and there are ‘trinities’ in both religions. I believe that we are all here for a specific purpose. Along with my music I always want to include my family and education which is my foundation while giving back to the rest of the world. This is my personal Trinity.


8. What was your proudest moment? Your biggest a-ha moment?

I’ve had some exciting performances like singing for the 25,000 participants at the 2016 LA Marathon but probably my proudest moment was singing on July 4 last year in LA where I performed an hour long set, then the National Anthem (which is THE most difficult song) and then I was asked to sing it again a few hours later during the fireworks and managed to keep calm the whole time. The best part of that day was having my friends come and cheer me on wearing T shirts they had made with my face on it. That definitely made me so happy and kept me going. My biggest A-ha moment you can watch on YouTube! I actually covered the A-Ha song :p ‘Take On Me’ and learned the guitar part 15 minutes before I filmed it. I discovered even when things are last minute if you believe in yourself you can do anything.


9. Tell us about your connection to Grace and Rosie G.

I LOVE Grace Rose and her clothes. She is one of the strongest people I’ve ever met. She’s also really cool and funny and super articulate. She’s been fighting Cystic Fibrosis since she was born yet somehow, despite having two hour long treatments a day and living with the disease she manages to run this amazing clothing line, Rosie G, with determination and constant inspiration for new designs. Also all proceeds from her sales go directly to finding a cure for CF.

10. What’s next for Trinity Rose?

On October 24th, I will be performing at Daniel Pearl World Music Days in Santa Monica. This concert is one of 175 concerts around the world celebrating unity and tolerance. I try to support a cause I’m passionate about and create something meaningful in everything I do. I’ll continuing to perform and write songs, I was asked to send some songs actually to Grace Vanderwaal and I’ll be recording some new live original songs on YouTube. I’ll also be filming a music video with Aidan in the next few weeks. There’s more to come, a lot that I can’t mention yet, that will be happening next year. I couldn’t do any of this without all my friends, old and new, who follow and support this exciting journey with me.


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