Triple Image
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The best kept secret in music


"Triple Image"


CBS -Jenny Jones Performance -2001

ABC – “Challenge America” Special

CBS – “48 Hours” on May 1st,2002 and July 10, 2002

ABC Family- Appeared on “Go For it” television show on June 22, 2002

Fox – “ Good Morning Wisconsin” on August 15, 2002

Fox- Teen Choice Awards Show August 19, 2002

NBC- “Dateline” in Febuary 2004
Nickelodeon- Slime time 2003


Popstar!- Feature interview, August 2002

Gloss- Fall 2002

Sophisticates’s Hairstyle Guide-
November 2002

Tiger Beat- November 2002

Parco magazine Japan 2003

Popstar 2004


Radio Disney -Nationwide

XM Kids Satellite Radio

Feature on Delta Radio In-Flight program “About to Pop!”



Sponsored by Radio Disney as an opening act for “ NSYNC on their 2002 Celebrity Tour

Performed on the “ Go for it Roadshow” Tour May 2002
Performed at the Alabama Sports Hall of fame May 2002
.Radio Disney performance in Syracuse, Ny on June 2002
. Radio Disney performance in Lousiville, KY on July 2002
. Performed at “NSYNC’S “ charity event “ Challenge For the Children” on July 27, 2002
. Support act for Aaron carter on his 2002 Rock,Rap and Retro Tour 2003.
. Japan Tour May 2003-December 2003
. Pleasure Island-2004
. Radio Disney- Jacksonville Florida 2004
. Camp Jam-2004
Radio Disney- Virgina-2004
Atlanta- Macy”s Event -2004
Radio Disney Event – Indianapolis 2004
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First Album release August 2001
Album Release in Japan 2003
Tracks from these Album have Airplay with Radio


Feeling a bit camera shy


Triple Image – identical twins Bridgett and Brittney, age 15 and Sister Brianna, 14 – have made a name for themselves with a high-energy brand of music. Their music boasts a lighthearted mood that mirrors the girls’ initial approach to recording and performing.
Says Brittney, “We used to go to Universal City Walk and record CDs just for fun.” Bridgett adds: “In every home video we’ve ever made, we’re either belly dancing or acting out songs. We’d do everything – dance, sing, make-up rhymes. As long as we were doing it together, we were having fun.”
Triple Image’s first debut album entitled “CELEBRATE” showcases bright, up-tempo tracks reflecting the siblings’ innocent, new-found interest in the opposite sex and enthusiasm for the joys of girlhood.
Written and produced by Gary Carolla (*NSYNC, Aaron Carter), “ Triple Image
First album “Celebrate” provides Bridgett, Brittney, and Brianna with a natural outlet for their varied vocal styles: Brittney”s powerhouse delivery, Brianna”s soft soul tones and Bridgett”s vibrant alto.
From the beginning, TRIPLE IMAGE was a family affair. At and outing with their mother, Marie, and two older sister’s to the Orlando House Of Blues at Downtown Disney, the girls – then nine and ten – couldn’t help but sing along to the pop music pumping out of the sound system. “They look alike and dress alike, so people assume they’re triplets and always do double takes,” says Marie of the attention her three youngest children frequently attract.
“That night, people came up to us and said should be a singing group,” remembers, Brittney. “We didn’t take it seriously, but then someone else said we were really cute and should definitely be a group. So we went to our mom and told her we wanted to sing and dance.”
Marie obliged her kids, seeking out a vocal coach and choreographer to get them started. “My older sister, Stephanie, had friends in the business so she was able to get recommendations for the best people to help us.” Notes Brianna. But this training was expensive. “I had to work two full-time jobs to pay for it,” Marie confides. I’d sleep in the car while the girls were in classes.” Marie segued into her role as interim manager. She booked the trio for a special appearance on “The Jenny Jones Show” and at a Child’s Watch Foundation benefit at Hard Rock Live, as well as various gigs around town. “I would pack the girls into our car and drive to different shows every weekend,” she says.
Brianna recalls their first performance: “It was at the West Oaks Mall, near our house, and I was a little nervous before we got onstage. But as soon as the music started and we were singing, I got an adrenaline rush.”

The girls have taken a decidedly disciplined approach to their career: “We exercise a lot so have the strength to sing while we’re running around on-stage,” Brittney relates. “We take jazz and hip-hop dance classes and rehearse our songs everyday. Then we have home-schooling and vocal lessons. In between all that, we go outside and play with our friends and our dogs.”
Asked about the experience of recording the trio unanimously calls the process “awesome.” “(Producer) Gary would play a song for us and we’d each sing it then he’d help us figure out who would sing which part on the album. It was so much fun,” affirms Brianna.
The first song we heard was ‘Last One Standing’, and we loved it right away,” says Brittney of their debut radio track. “It’s a great song about us being at a party. Everyone’s been dancing and now they’re tired. We three are the only ones still dancing albums.”
Still it may be the R&B-tinged “Never Gonna Stop” that best expresses Triple Image’s desire to follow New Editions path. Concludes Brittney: “It’s all about how we sing and dance and we’re never gonna stop until we get to the top.”

Currently Brittney and Bridgett are 14 years old and in high school, and Brianna is 13 and in 8th grade. They are currently putting together new songs for their second album. This time around they are going for a R&B sound.