"Trina Nestibo sings her truth with the poise and graceful confidence of a seasoned songbird."
David Ward, CKUA, Afternoon Edition
Prairie infused roots music.
With gusto, Trina Nestibo is emerging on the Canadian folk-roots scene as a respected artist delivering a fresh new sound that’s attracting listeners far and wide. Trina’s spirited music infuses flavours of rock, soul, country and blues creating a sound that is truly her own. She writes meaningful songs about real life and real experiences, drawing on her prairie roots, love for simple pleasures and flat-out appreciation for life.
Gritty. Ethereal. Soulful. Trina’s signature voice is truly an instrument unto itself. At home on the stage, this no-nonsense woman captures listeners instantly with her heartfelt honesty and story-telling, heartfelt honesty and contagious energy. Trina accompanies herself skillfully on acoustic guitar, squeezebox and piano, with her bare feet stomping every step of the way.Recorded at Rocky Mountain Studios in Calgary with highly sought recording engineer and producer, Rob Smith, this roots fueled compendium has already received CBC radio-play. Trina is touring cross-country to launch this much awaited collection of originals, titled ‘Someday: So Far.’
Hardly a newcomer to the music scene, Trina Nestibo has been belting out soulful tunes since childhood. Twenty years of classical piano, post-secondary studies in voice, an appearance at Carnegie Hall with the Brandon University Chamber Ensemble and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Therapy all demonstrate Trina’s passion and dedication for music. A seasoned performer, Trina has formed and/or been a member of several bands and ensembles over the years including Nothin’ But Trouble, Soultree,tree, Tumbleweed Stew and Bryan Bayley and the Circus.
Throughout her extensive career, Trina has shared stages with the Wailin’ Jennys, Pied Pumpkin, Steve Pineo, and others to numerous to mention. She has travelled near and far appearing at venues and events such as Festival Place (Neil Young Tribute Show : (Sherwood Park, AB), Edge of the World Festival (Haida Gwaii, BC), the Atlin Summer Music Festival(Atlin, BC), South Country Fair (Fort Macleod, AB), East Coulee Spring Festival (East Coulee, AB), Wild West Bluegrass Festival (Calgary, AB), the Rocky Mountain, Full Moon and Northern Lights Folk Clubs (Calgary & Edmonton, AB) and even at Carnegie Hall as a teenager singing with the Brandon Univeristy Chamber Ensemble.