Eddie Owen Presents: Three Little Birds and Three5Human
Live @ Red Clay Music Foundry Sunday December 3rd, 2017 at 7:30 pm
Doors open 6:30 PM


General Admission
Advanced: $15 ($19 day of show)
"Through our ears, the universe is listening to its harmonies." - Alan W. Watts

Trina Meade, Pace Conner and Owen Plant combine musical forces to create an eclectic folk, pop, soul, reggae, jazzy Motown experience.

Short list of artists they cover: Bob Marley, James Taylor, Peter Gabriel, Adele, Etta James, Bill Withers, Bruno Mars, the Police, the Beatles, Ed Sheeran, Cindy Lauper, Tom Petty, Annie Lenox, the Eagles.

Trina's powerful and unique lead vocals, Pace's virtuosic guitar work and Owen's 70's era voice, looping & percussion along with their beautiful harmonies lift their audiences' spirits and lead to the number one post-show comment they receive: "I've never heard a sound like yours before!" more >>>
When a mutual friend introduced Trina Meade and Tomi Martin they knew right away that there was a special chemistry between the two. Even so, as one of the most sought-after guitar players in popular music by every superstar from OutKast to Eric Clapton, Tomi was not yet convinced that Trina would be the lead vocalist in the band he wanted to form. That is until Trina decided to prove to him that she could not only sing like no other, but she was also blessed with the ability to write great songs. You can sense a nervous excitement when Trina describes how she won him over. “One day Tomi was composing songs for what would become Sunlight and Toys and I decided I was going to sit down and show him what I could do. I wrote lyrics right then and there, singing along with him as he played. The funny thing is I was actually in the next room within earshot! I was too nervous to sit right there with him.”

The duo wrote their first song at that moment and never looked back. Stereo Popsicle, which is what they were initially called, released its first CD shortly afterward, generating a lot of buzz and radio airplay on three of Atlanta's top FM stations, each playing different songs: 99X (Mr. Lonely), Star 94 (Georgia) and 96 Rock (Story). This showed early on the mass following for the band across different demographics and music formats, from Rock to Pop to Alternative, the music appealed to all (and this is the true test of great songwriting!). more >>>