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Triboro CDs and downloads are available on Amazon & CD Baby.

Triboro has played at numerous festivals, including NEFFA, Philadelphia's Heritage Dance Festival, the New York Ukefest and New York's Eisteddfod, and at many New York-area venues, including Jalopy, Hurdy Gurdy, American Folk Art Museum, Peoples’ Voice Café, Paddy Reilly's, Richmondtown Restoration Tavern Concert Series, The Good Coffee House, Folk on Broadway, and the Minstrel Coffeehouse.


Here's what they're saying about us:


"What a great eclectic mix of music! It’s fun from the first cut to the last.” 
                                    – Ron Olesko, “Traditions,” WFDU-FM, New York.


“The best way I can describe Triboro’s music is GOOD MUSIC! There’s not too many people who could mix Weird Al, Irving Berlin, Stephen Foster, Bob Wills & the Carter Family and do it all in your own unique style.” 
                                    – Mary Scarbrough, Program Director, KASU-FM, Arizona.


"TRIBORO, a New York trio, has an eclectic repertoire: the Carter Family, from whom they cover many titles (‘Are You Tired Of Me My Darling’ is very well done), covers of Gillian Welch, Bobby Charles, Bob Wills (‘San Antonio Rose,’ without western swing orchestration, but invigorated by vocal harmonies and a simple guitar solo), or Zeke Clements (‘Nobody Loves Me,’ a sad song with a lively tempo, previously done by Bill Monroe). They also visit Stephen Foster, Irving Berlin (‘I’ll See You in C.U.B.A.,’ old-fashioned and charming), Nancy White (‘Open That Can,’ a humorous children’s counting rhyme), and Greg Brown. Sprightly quick-wittedness on a final Hawaiian number (‘My Little Grass Shack’) makes you glad to follow them on this congenial musical voyage. "

                                    – Jacques Bremond, Le Cri du Coyote   

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