Well-known North Grenville musicians, Tripoly, will be bringing their unique sound to the stage at Vibration Studios in Osgoode on Saturday, April 29. Fresh from a sold-out show in Merrickville with the Grenville Troubadours to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, this upcoming show will be a chance for audiences to hear the wide variety of music in the band’s repertoire. From traditional songs, to their unique arrangements of popular music, Tripoly’s lush harmonies are a delight to hear.
When you listen to Elizabeth McNally’s rich but silken voice, you’d never believe that before she joined Tripoly, the four walls of the shower were her only audience! With Glenna Hunter on violin and cello, and Doug Hendry on 12 string and cittern, Tripoly is a power-house of acoustic music, and Vibration Studios and Cafe is a perfect, accessible venue to enjoy their performance.
Opening the show will be the duo Libby and Cal. Libby Hortop writes intimate and honest music on her autoharp and Cal Tranner’s harmonies blend perfectly with her thought-provoking and sometimes funny lyrics.
The doors open at 7pm and, best of all, this is a pay-what-you-can show.
Vibration Studios is on Osgoode Main Street, right beside the multi-use pathway.