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Honey Whiskey Trio Tell Stories Through Song and Stomp

Published on Nov 26, 2022

Los Angeles-based Honey Whiskey Trio, composed of Courtney Gasque Politano, Ann Louise Jeffries Thaiss, and Christina Wilson, alumnae of the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University at Long Beach, will be performing at the Coffee Gallery Backstage in Altadena on Sunday, Nov. 27, starting at 7 p.m.

The Honey Whiskey Trio tell stories through song and stomp, highlighting the musical traditions of American Folk Music. Politano, Thaiss and Wilson began singing together in each other’s living rooms as an emotional and musical release. In 2013, after seeing the impact of their music on the contemporary A cappella community, these sisters in song solidified their style as American Folk and picked up instruments to further enhance their vocally driven sound.

Today, their passion for music education, community outreach, and singing unapologetically continues to drive them. They create, arrange, and explore music from the front porches, music halls, and hymn books of early America, sharing it with students, adults, and life-long music lovers across the United States.

“The Honey Whiskey Trio have become a part of our family of artists that we invite back at every opportunity. Beautiful, soulful, with exquisite harmonies and a gentle sense of humor,” writes Carolyn Elliot, Director of Programming and Education at The Broad Stage.

Tickets to Sunday’s concert are $20.

For reservations, call (626) 798-6236 or visit

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