Teddy Parker with The TriSonics
Teddy Parker (AKA Julie Edelston) grew up with the Folk Project. They are currently based in New York City, establishing a career as a private music instructor and professional songwriter. Their music combines the sounds of pop-rock and musical theater to create a dramatic storytelling style of their own. Teddy wrote 15 songs featured in the soundtrack of survival video game Lord of the Rings: Return to Moria. A witty songwriter, their mission has always been to tell compelling stories through song. Teddy will release your inner theater kid and give them a musical playground on which to get stylishly dramatic.
The TriSonics play original acoustic instrumentals spanning roots, folk, bluegrass, blues and jazz. Skillful soloing and dynamic, intricate arrangements are their trademarks, featured on three albums to date. The players are Michael William Levine on Dobro, Don Sarlin on guitar, Frank Vilardi on percussion and Ben Larkey on upright bass. Their respective performing and/or recording credits include Van Morrison, The Bacon Brothers, Tanya Tucker, Vasser Clements, Sara Evans, Suzanne Vega, Roseanne Cash, Larry Gatlin, David Bromberg, Mary Travers, Mac Davis, Esther Phillips and others, with appearances across the U.S. and in the UK, Europe and Asia.