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THE TRIPLETS BAND performs the song "CRAZY MOON" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY JULIAN KARPINSKI

MICROPHONES BY RODE
http://rode.com

“Give me a ticket to Independence Road."

With those words, the adventure begins — again.

America first got to know The Triplets — Vicky, Sylvia and Diana Villegas — as MTV sensations, when the young sisters swept to victory in the network’s Basement Tapes video contest. Signed immediately to a major label, they released a smash single, “You Don’t Have To Go Home Tonight.” Crowds flocked to their concerts, where the trio harmonized impeccably, exhibited distinctive lead vocal styles, radiated a dynamic stage presence and flaunted a cross-cultural appeal that was rare in those days.

After all, this happened back in the early ‘90s, before Latin pop would change the musical landscape. The Triplets were way ahead of their time… which may explain why after their supernova debut, they disappeared, leaving fans wondering what happened.

So what happened? It’s simple — they began the journey that leads them to where they are now, back in the spotlight and taking their first steps down Independence Road.

That’s the title of their next album, a collection of original songs, a couple of well-selected covers and an update of “You Don’t Have To Go Home Tonight” that says much about where they’ve been and where they’re headed. Their voices are unmistakable. Their ability to craft songs with strong narratives and irresistible melodies has blossomed. Their stylistic range has expanded.

In other words, they’re back — even though in many ways, they never really left.

http://thetripletsband.com

CREDITS / SPONSORS
Produced by: Little Haunted Girl Music, LLC (Rhyan Sinclair, Toni Karpinski, Julian Karpinski)
Camera Operator: Julian Karpinski
Audio Recording: Wes Kawaja
Host: Julian Karpinski
Location: The Lexington Center

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