TriHearn is made up of siblings Caitlin, Brendan, and Conor Hearn. The Maryland - born, Cleveland - based group has been performing as a trio since 2002. Since then, they have grown into seasoned musicians, attending music camps around the world and performing in many different states. TriHearn describes their sound as a mix of Irish, Scottish, and American folk music. They are always looking to push outside of their musical comfort zone and expand their sound to include elements from other genres of music.
Caitlin is the oldest sibling and fiddle player of the group. She studied classical music beginning at age 9 and fell in love with Irish fiddle music soon afterwards. As a teenager she played at venues around the DC metro area as a member of the Irish fiddle youth group the Bog Band. Since then, she has expanded her style to include elements from Irish, Scottish, Quebequois and American folk music. Now she enjoys writing tunes, coming up with cool new song arrangements, and performing with her younger brothers and parents. She currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio.
(cello, guitar, bass, vocals)
Conor is TriHearn's youngest sibling and guitar player. After spending many years playing the fiddle, he discovered the joy of guitar rhythm and accompaniment in fiddle music and incorporated the styles of Irish and Scottish guitar players into his playing. He now includes his controversial tastes for bluegrass picking and jazz guitar into TriHearn's sonic palette as well. Conor is currently a student at Tufts University and resides in Somerville, MA.