TMG began as a side project that got a little bigger than expected. Born from a love of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Saga, TMG consists of five up and coming Los Angeles-based singer/songwriters: Kris Angelis, Lauren Harding, Laura Serafine, Lyndzie Taylor, and Mallory Trunnell.
Originally friends from college, the girls shared a passion for music, often playing shows together at various clubs in town. The girls were all playing at the same venue one night and discovered they had each been musically inspired by the golden-eyed vampire and his sweetheart. All of their sets included a song about the star-crossed lovers. The ladies realized their passion for Meyer's characters was great inspiration for some heartfelt songs, and they wanted to share their music with Twilight fans everywhere. A few weeks and lots of Vampire-gushing later, TMG was born.
The group is made up of five very different artists with styles ranging from pop to folk to rock, with sprinklings of punk and jazz who come together to harmonize and play on each others songs. Their lyrics are poignant yet subtle, connecting with fans of the books while still utilizing universal themes that any listener can identify with.
The response to the project has been nothing but incredible, and the ladies of TMG are having fun playing music and making new friends. The girls released their first collection of songs, The Twilight Music Girls: a Compilation, last September and have a new EP currently in the works! Each of the five songwriters continue to write, perform and promote their own original music as well. In fact, the girls will be doing a tour throughout the summer of both independent and collective shows, so stay tuned for dates and locations for that! You can find out more about TMG and all their endeavors at http://www.myspace.com/twilightmusicgirls. For booking of shows, events, private parties and other information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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