TN'T (Trish&Tom)
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TN'T (Trish&Tom)

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""Something Good" Album Review"

Review – "Another strong indie soul album out of New York. Trish n’Tom putting together a fine and varied selection of tunes with influences from all around and very well produced and put together."

"A most enjoyable album, lots of tracks, not all hit the spot but there are plenty that do, covering a wide range of styles so something ought to grab you. My preferences are I got some loving, Soul Music and the gospel house track I wanna thank you."

Mike Ashley "Life and Soul Promotions U.K." "The Juice" Solar
- Mike Ashley Life and Soul Promotions U.K.

"Best of 2006"

TN'T - "Something Good" has been selected as one of “’s Best of 2006. Nu-Soul Category
Bob Best of 2006 - Live Performances, Classic Soul, Jazz, Funk, Rock n' Roll, Southern Soul/Blues, Nu Soul, Singles, Compilations, Books, DVD's

""Something Good" Album Review"

"Yes they are a married couple and they are very clearly in my mind the "Ashford & Simpson" of the Nu Soul" movement. The difference between them is that you get all of these great songs on one album".

~Bob (Nighttrain) Davis

Bob Davis -
- Bob Davis


"Somethng Good does not follow the formula of typical indie album with mid tempo jams and ballads. Instead T N' T's Something Good is more like a Jam Session; like their shows the album is very energetic and good spirited.
If you’re looking for the feel good album of the fall with lots of funk and love then “Something Good” is something worth having. Highly Recommended".

~Ayejay "Da' Muzik Hunta" Spraggins

AyeJay Spraggins - (Jan 3, 2007)
- AyeJay Spraggins


"t's a "delight" to have listen to TNT's new clips from their CD...Thank you for bringing back "real" social content back to "music".

Ward Russell - DJ Correct_AKA_Neptulian Phoenix, AZ

- Ward Russell DJ


"Sweet Like Honey" CD 2002, "Something Good" CD new release



Artist Information

Tn'T (Trish & Tom), first and foremost are soul mates. The two met as members in the soul-funk band Pryme Tyme (Trish lead vocals, Tom drummer, songwriter, vocals). They write music that is real, funky, melodic, from the soul, the heart, and all else that is good. In 2003 they recorded their debut CD 'Sweet Like Honey'.

Often times the question is asked. Did they grow up in households heavily influenced by mom and dads' jazz and soul collection? Or were their parents famous musicians and singers? Absolutely not. There were a few Ray Charles records lying around. The order of the day in Toms' house was usually gospel music. So who and what were their influences? How did they come up with this eclectic mix of soul and funk? Well first, you have Tom who's from the south and then there's Trish who was born and raised in the north. Their style is simply a reflection of the many hours spent listening to artists such as Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Earth Wind and Fire, Sly & The Family Stone, Gladys Knight and The Pips, Stevie Wonder, Roberta Flack and so many others.

Tn'T have been influenced by all genres of music...jazz, blues, hip hop, rock, pop, house, reggae, and every other kind of music under the sun. Oh yeah, and don't forget Toms' uncle Sam Matt who is one of the most prolific gospel singers ever not heard of outside of his immediate genre.

When Trish & Tom sit down to write, do they want to provoke thought? Of course not, Save the world? No, that's way too complicated, although they feel more love for your fellow man can go a long way. Their first objective is to entertain by making sure they are lyrically real, drawing from their own relationship and life around them. Positivity is a must and the music has to stay funky. James Brown said it best "whatever it is, it's got to be funky". Hopefully these three things come together and somewhere along the way the listener is uplifted. Finally you ask, do they believe in themselves? Check them out, the answer is obvious.

So where does all this lead to? Ah... now we're getting somewhere. The title is 'Something Good' this is the sophomore release from Tn'T. This album comes after their first release 'Sweet Like Honey', which kicked down the door and introduced Tn'T to the world of indie soul music.

'Something Good' consist of 17 new tracks with all but four of the songs written and produced by the dynamic duo themselves. All of the tracks were recorded in house at their own Light, Laugh, and Love studio. Of course they invited some of the funkiest musicians on the planet over to bless the tracks. Although Trish and Tom love using the term 'funk' to describe their music, this album is diverse and will take the listener on an unforgettable musical journey. The songs vary from the up tempo, rock you out 'Soul Music In a Hip Hop World' to the new dance anthem and sure to be a hit 'Bet Your Money, to the ballad '2 Be Loved', to the funk you out 'I Got It' and so many more soulful stops in between.

This funky duo have rocked stages in New York City at venues such as The Baggott Inn (Village Soul Festival), Asford and Simpsons' Sugar bar, The Five Spot (Brooklyn), Cafe 111, The Cutting Room, Creole (Harlem), The Shrine World Music Venue NYC, Apache Cafe Atlanta Ga.(ISMS) are just a few. Trish and Tom have also worked as headliners and opening act at larger venues such as Queens Theatre In The Park, The Harry Chapin Lakeside Theater and others.

Tn'T has received radio play on STMS Radio AM 1240 WGBB, WHPC 90.3 FM (Laura Dee Tonic Fusion), WNYC 1440 AM J.D. Lawrence Early Sunday Show, WHCR 90.3 FM (Rhythm-N-Soul Radio) hosted by Marko Nobles, KMOB 100.3 FM, KPFZ 104.5 FM (Tee Watts) as well as many internet stations (, The Juice,

Their Cd "Something Good" received an award from for One of the Best Of in the Nu Soul category.

Trish and Tom can also be heard doing vocals on the upcoming made for children's television and soon to be released on dvd 'Noodle Headz'. You might ask yourself. What does this have to do with soul music? The answer is absolutely nothing, we just thought we'd throw it in.

Tn'T have worked extensively as songwriters, co-producers, vocalist, and musicians with legendary funk and dance producers Ray Reid and Kenton Nix. Reid is most notable for his work with (Crown Heights Affair, Unlimited Touch, France Jolie, etc., etc.). While Nix is known for his hits, 'Heartbeat' (Tanya Gardner), and 'Funky Sensation' (Gwen McCrae).

In addition Tn'T have taken the stage as headliners and have been the opening act for many soul greats. The late Stanley Turrentine, Crown Heights Affair, The Persuaders, Michael and Regina Winans, are a few. The Funky Duo has also had the privilege of doing r&b, soul workshops featuring James D-Train Williams who recorded the hit 'Keep On'.

Trish and Tom have been blessed with wonderful li