Trini Triggs is an American country music singer. He was born on August 8, 1965 and raised in Natchitoches, Louisiana. While in high school, Trini started playing in dance bands with his friends.
Eventually, Trini found himself performing a regular Friday and Saturday night stint at Mariner's Seafood Restaurant. While there, he came to the attention of a successful local businessman by the name of John Earl Roe. In 1991 John Earl liked what he saw and soon became Trini's manager.
In 1996 Trini and John Earl met Herbert Graham, Owner of the nationally famous Denim & Diamonds chain and Graham Central Station entertainment complexes. Herbert became Trini's co-manager to complete this great team.
Trini's self titled debut album was produced by Chuck Howard and Anthony Smith for MCG / Curb. Featuring the infectious two-step tune, "Straight Tequila" and the rollicking "Shake the Dice" (which he co-wrote) and ballads, such as a "Heart like Hers" and "Autumn Leaves", Trini says this album is a true reflection of his musical roots.