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Trinity Bradshaw began performing at a very young age, way back to the days of singing her karaoke machine on Waterstreet in her hometown of Summerside , PEI. She would sing at telethons, charity events, talent shows and other events around the community.  Anywhere her voice could be heard, she was there.  


At the age of 15, Trinity and her band Eutoxus won the East Coast Music Battle of the bands that led to several ECMA performances and recognition. After Graduating high school, Trinity moved to New Brunswick where she would write several songs and tour the East Coast with “The Trinity Bradshaw Band”.  


In 2011, she hopped in the car and drove all the way to Calgary, Alberta. She quickly started writing, performing and recording. In December 2011 she was declared the winner of Sugar Crisp’s “The First 15 – Canadian national songwriter's contest. In 2013 Trinity Won the much-coveted Amp Radio Rock Star battle of the bands which kick started her career.  


Over the years Trinity opened for many different Country Music Artists like Carrie Underwood, Hunter Hayes and in 2017 she opened for the iconic Shania Twain in Charlottetown. She has played several music festivals across the country including Big Valley Jamboree, Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Calgary Stampede, Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles and Boots and Hearts Music Festival where she won The Emerging Artist Showcase in 2014. Trinity signed a Single Deal with Big Machine Records in Nashville.  


Her radio single’s “Never Drinking Again” and “Good Times” broke the Top 50 on Canadian radio charts and her first single “Big Town”  hit the Top 100. In 2015, Trinity won The Rising Star award at the Alberta Country Music Awards, and in 2016, she took home The Female Artist of the year.  


Over the last few years Trinity has become a mother of two and Summerside’s “singing Realtor”. After taking a little bit of a break from the industry, Trinity is very excited to start performing again and to share the stage with some amazing musicians on the island. Trinity’s sound is a mix of several genres, and it is difficult to place it into one category. She plans to hit the studio and to finally release her favorite songs that she has written over the years.  

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