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The Trinity Band are more than a band, they play more than 'just' music. They are about creating a musical experience like no other. They play as one yet each section of the band stands out in their own right!
This five piece musical group from Derby were semi-finalists on Sky1's televised music competition Must Be The Music in May 2010, where they performed the original single This Must Be Love.
The single was officially released on 7 September 2010 and peaked at number 42 on the iTunes UK Pop Singles Chart, and number 92 on the iTunes UK Singles Chart. On 23 July 2011 The Trinity Band were chosen as the overall winner of the Live and Unsigned music contest.
The Trinity Band formed in 2004 after cousins James and Craig Dawkins met founding member and rapper Obe Watson (nicknamed Rukus) at a musical church workshop. The group soon recruited singer Dwaine Hayden and bassist Pete Sharpe. They began writing and performing a combination of R&B, hip-hop, and soul.
“The Trinity Band wowed the judges throughout the competition with their tight musicianship and on-stage energy. Five fantastic showmen who know how to put on a seriously big performance.”