|Birth Day:||June 24, 1987|
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She grew up performing in theater and dance companies and became a DJ in Belgium as a teenager.
In 2005 following the passing of her father, she continued to write and record her own material. She recorded her first EP, Strong Blood, in the spring of 2008, produced with Meshell Ndegeocello and Dougie Bowne. That summer, she was invited to present two shows at the Montreal International Jazz Festival. She continued to collaborate with musicians and producers like Marc Ribot, Robert Plant, Stephen Barber, Marianne Faithfull, Joe Henry, Craig Street, and Malcolm Burn among many others.
In late 2008, producer Daniel Lanois contacted Trixie and invited her to the Berklee College of Music, where he was in residence. Their collaboration on Trixie's song "I'd Rather Go Blind" – with drummer Brian Blade – was filmed and provoked a buzz in music circles. Soon, with the addition of bassist Daryl Johnson, a supergroup – Daniel Lanois' Black Dub – was born.
In 2010 and 2011 as she toured the world performing with Black Dub , which included canadian musician and producer Daniel Lanois, she was offered 2 lead roles for independent feature films which she turned down due to the touring schedule. During the Black Dub recording sessions, she also recorded her second EP, The Engine, featuring her own music and began preparing to record her debut as a leader. In late 2011, she released Live at the Rockwood Music Hall, a 5-song EP of her solo performance recorded at Rockwood in New York City.
In early 2012, she returned to the studio to finish her debut album, Fourth Corner, with producer Thomas Bartlett, engineer Pat Dillett, and string arrangements by Rob Moose. In anticipation of Fourth Corner, the summer of 2012 had Trixie taking the stage at festivals like Bonnaroo, SXSW, and Celebrate Brooklyn.
In November and December 2012, she embarked on her first solo tour of the US, and 2013 was filled with European and US tour dates. Her critically acclaimed debut album Fourth Corner was released in the US on January 29, 2013, in Europe on February 11, 2013, and in the UK on March 5, 2013.
In early 2016, Porta Bohemica was nominated for IMPALA's European Independent Album of the Year.
Her third solo album, Lacuna, was announced on January 4, 2019 and released on March 29.
Trixie's mother is named Hélène Gevaert. Trixie grew up in Belgium and New York City.
Currently, Trixie Whitley is 35 years, 0 months and 2 days old. Trixie Whitley will celebrate 36th birthday on a Saturday 24th of June 2023. Below we countdown to Trixie Whitley upcoming birthday.