Roger Legel, Tricia DeJong and Dave Enway are bringing memorable music from the 60’s and 70’s to audiences and venues throughout the Western Suburbs. Performing classic hits that have folks singing along and dancing the night away.
The group features Dave on acoustic guitar, Roger on harmonica and Tricia on percussion but the real magic is the pure three part harmonies that make it seem like they’ve been singing together for years. In reality, the group formed at the end of 2009 and has since played out nearly every weekend at clubs, festivals, benefits, restaurants, talent shows and private parties for audiences of all ages.
Songs from Crosby, Stills & Nash, Simon & Garfunkel, Eagles, Credence Clearwater Revival, Loggins & Messina, America, Jim Croce, Doobie Brothers, The Beatles and many others fill their song list. Often, folks will comment that they hadn’t heard some of these tunes in years and yet they remember the words and still love the songs.
With over 60 years of combined performance experience, the members of TRiO are as passionate about this music as they are about being able to share it with the crowd. A few comments that tell the unique story of seeing and hearing TRiO perform include:
“Every time we see you, the show just gets better and better! There are bands everywhere, but really, no one does what you three do – your harmonies are incredible. We are really impressed – every time. “Dan W. – Naperville
“Ever since the weekend, I have been YouTubing Judy Blue Eyes, Doobie Bros, and the Eagles to reminisce and get back to that mood of Saturday night. What a harmonic affair you three provide — the room reverberated!” Jan H. – Naperville
“I wasn’t going to come out because I had a very long day, but… I am so glad I came out to see you. I hadso much fun!! (Lots of new songs!) Thanks again and again and again!” Ewa L. – Naperville
“You love what you do, and it shows. I’ve actually started playing guitar again because of TRiO. You guys really inspire me.” Tom G. – Plainfield“From the second you guys started playing you washed everything out of my mind and I just had fun. I think I knew the words to nearly every song you played… – It was pure joy. Thanks so very much.”Marci W. – Plainfield