Nashville singer and songwriter, Tristen, brings her versatile melodies to The Comet in Cincinnati on March 27th.

Tristen plays The Comet on March 25, 2010

The Comet in Northside is always a place you can go and enjoy incredible people, a great selection of beer, and one of the best burritos around.  Most importantly, The Comet is occasionally host to incredible musical talent that make stops in Cincinnati as part of their tour.  March 27, 2010 will be one of those very nights.  A night when Nashville singer/songwriter Tristen brings her creative melodic orchestrations to the always welcomed diverse crowd at The Comet.  Many industry publications are singing praises about this talented artist.

She is described vocally as being reminiscent of Loretta Lynn,  mixed with “the sweepingly delicate Kate Bush to the ’50s pop of Sylvia Robinson of Mickey & Sylvia fame.” (The Nashville Scene)  As American Songwriter puts it, “her strength seems to reside in her ability to be musically versatile.  Utilizing various orchestrations, Tristen weaves a glistening web of thoughtful and extremely mature melodies that tremble with undeniable power.”

“The lyrics on Tristen’s bright, mildly twangy, string-swept Deceivers Are Achievers EP (out now) were clearly written by a young woman who has never considered being a damsel in distress, who knows she would be doing both herself and everyone else a disservice if she wrote about little more than pining after lost love. Instead, lines like “Tame that nasty shrew ‘cause she knows what you’re up to / You gotta keep her thin and hungry, so she’s eager for your love” (on the deceptively-sweetly-titled ”Eager For Your Love”) are more her style.”-PasteBest of What’s Next

Tristen will play The Comet on March 27, 2010.  The Comet is located 4579 Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223 in Northside.  The show is an all ages event.

To preview music from Tristen’s EP check out her myspace pagehttp://www.myspace.com/tristentristen

Tristen website: http://tristen.com/

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~ by thenoblevisions on March 17, 2010.

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