Mile High (Denver) Singer/ songwriter and recording artist gifting an innovative sound and lyrical craft. Emerging an independent online artist in the 20th, Denver based Solo artist Tre Main is a trailblazing songwriter and vocalist, showcasing an eclectic music repertoire of Urban Pop,Dance, RNB & Hip Pop. Earlier projects such as the 2001 EP "In Frame of Mind" followed by 2006 s "Into the Open" & 2011's "Virgo Red" would acquire him a vast trend of new listeners. The 2015-16 year would revolutionize his sound as Tre Main would depart from his traditional self composing & writing structure to join on a collaboration with Atlanta based music firm So Fo Real on his rebooted effort of “Nightlife Confessions 15." Tre Main’s invite to the project would instantly connect his listeners to instant favorites such as the uptown funky “So Damn Cynical”, the indie dance hit “Played the Fool” & the crossover pop smash "Hit & Run”. The project would also bring about new collaborations on listen worthy breakthrough tracks such as “Talk with Stranger’s” featuring Andrew Mc Bean & the collective Hip-Pop duet “In the Life” introducing Jayce also of Denver, Colorado. The anticipated 2018 project #thematerialworld once again puts Tre Main full circle with So Fo Real on a 20 track anthology due out Fall 2018. With early listening successes of the Power Pop rock-ish “Everlasting" a personal fan tribute, the infectiously ambiguous "State of the Art" & the albums title track and front runner "The Material World” the project is sure to be an ear please. #MUSIC #newmusic #Denver #thematerialworld
Music is evolutionary and revolutionary to me. It is something that can never be compromised. There are different styles, sounds uniqueness and presentations to be appreciated. Music gives me POWER.
My music dream is to thrive & succeed as an independent music artist; whether I am performing live, collaborating on tracks w/ other artists or writing potential hits for other artists, this is my calling.
Oh Gosh! you would have to ask. I really cannot answer this question. Well,maybe I can. Sooo I am a BIG eighties junkie and was moved by so many music acts and songs. However, if I had to pick one it would likely be "Beat it" by Michael Jackson or "Time (Clock of the Heart) by Boy George and Culture Club.
they span decades. you ready? David Bowie, Prince, Annie Lennox, Michael Jackson, Boy George Janelle Monae,
My life. Your Life.
My craft is here to make a difference - not change the world. If it does the latter, then It's more than I could have asked for.
putting myself in front of people has been a natural thing for me. While I haven't claimed a spot on stage in performing of my new and upcoming material - I remain open and am excited about the possibilities. The blueprint is laid.
Musicians are always incredible. Putting in time, devoting themselves to their work is to be admired. So the musicians today are and always will be pretty cool in my book. It's some music artists today that seem to be losing site of true artistry. A true ar
I love any platform which invites artists, creators, movers and shakers and soul seekers to come and express themselves and ideas to those whom may come to appreciate it. Know matter how weird you think you might be, don't be discouraged and/or ashamed - GUARANTEE you've got something someone else is willing to listen to and give a try. It's a big world with big talent. Thanks Drooble!
I do. I'd formerly launched an online platform on Facebook called "the queue" which highlighted local and national music acts. It was a bi-weekly show with interviews, song rotations, fan interactions etc. As I wanted to focus on my own artistry the site is temporarily defunct though always posting indie music every now and again.
a strong work ethic. a desire to succeed and know more about the business (inside out) a little class.
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