By Jim Schutze
By Rachel Watts
By Lauren Drewes Daniels
By Anna Merlan
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By Alice Laussade
By Scott Reitz
It's a move that's permitted the Trio to be one of the few local acts that's not bound by the absurd Dallas-Denton provincialism. People come to see them in Dallas. People come to see them in Denton. Hell, people even go to see them in Los Angeles when they pop up out West. And it might be high time that Hamilton, Harvin and Palmer start exploring the possibility that the Trio is something with a secure musical future, rather than that thing they do when they're not busy doing something else.
"With this record coming out now, I feel like we're hitting another level, business-wise as well as musically," Palmer says. "To me, even though we've been together so long, I feel like we're just ready now to get out and try to get exposed to the rest of the world, not just Texas."
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