The Tristones


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Tristan Clark knows a thing or two about pulling disparate elements together into a new and beautiful tapestry.
Growing up in Nanaimo, British Columbia he was raised in a home where the record player was always spinning and concerts were the ultimate family outing. His early exposures spanned many genres including prog-rock, blues, jazz, folk and pop. These influences and inspirations are apparent in the depth of his songwriting and the versatility of his playing.
At Humber College, the original iteration of The Tristones was formed. After several years of playing on the live Toronto scene, they released their debut full-length album Donkey in 2012. In 2014, Tristan relocated to New York City where he reformed The Tristones with featured players Gregory Jones on bass and Adam Jackson on drums. The Tristones have been pleasing crowds for the last year and half with a monthly residency at NYC’s Groove.
In Fall 2018, The Tristones headed into studio in Portland, Maine with powerhouse bassist and producer Stu Mahon (The London Souls, Eric Krasno Band) and engineer Jon Roods (The Rustic Overtones) to bring the full-length album Camaro to life.
Camaro features stellar guest appearances by keyboardist Dylan Hemming, vocalist Camille Miller, multi-instrumentalist Tina Jones and guitarist Tristan Armstrong. The album was mixed and mastered at Mountainview Studio by Rick Salt, as well as by Mike Beck at Refuge Recording. Camaro will be released in early 2020.


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