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Front Deck Boom Box: Trinity Woodhouse

by Nick Price
Trinity Woodhouse

Fresh on the scene with her debut single Bouquet, its hard to believe Trinity Woodhouse is still yet to finish highschool. Sporting the songwriting instincts of a veteran pro and an already exciting list of career accolades including a win for Emerging Artist at the ICMA Patti McKinnon Awards, its clear to see that Trinity Woodhouse is one to watch!

To get to know her a little better, we’ve asked her what five songs she’s listening to at the moment for this week’s Front Deck Boom Box.


Lyn Bowtell – Heart of Sorrow

I absolutely love this song, the lyrics, and the emotion Lyn delivers it with. I have been working with Lyn for a few years now, and she is an incredible person, with an amazing talent. I love every song she releases, but Heart of Sorrow will always be a favourite.

Katie Jayne – Use Me

Katie is one of the most straightforward artists I know, and she is a beautiful person. This song is one of my all time favourites, and I just love the way she delivers it, and how she was unapologetically herself when writing it, and releasing it to the world.

Carter and Carter – World Full of Angels

The first time I heard this song, I fell in love with it. The lyrics, and meaning behind them stood out to me and introduced me to their incredible music, and writing style. I have written a song with both David and Merelyn Carter, and those experiences made me appreciate their art even more.

Kasey Chambers – Ignorance

Kasey has been one of my favourite artists since I was 12. Ignorance was the first song I heard of hers that really made me fall in love with her music, and her songwriting. The way she could put her thoughts and emotions into this song was a massive influence on me and my music, and made me the artist I am today.

John Williamson – Wrinkles

I loved listening to John Williamson before I even stepped on stage. I absolutely loved his wordsmanship, and the way he could move words so they just seemed to fit into songs. This song in particular still amazes me, to this day. He is an absolutely incredible songwriter and the emotion behind the lyrics gets me every time.

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