Violinist. Vocalist. Songwriter. Recording Artist. Wild Jehu.
A Story Steeped in Sound
Traliece B. had her start as a violinist at a very young age. With a eclectic background of classical, pop, and jazz, she has played with the New Orleans Youth Symphony Orchestra throughout the city of New Orleans with local artists along with singing in multiple choirs.
From there Traliece went on to appear in many performances with the Red River Valley Symphony Orchestra in Virginia as well as the Mesquite Symphony Orchestra where she had the privilege of appearing on a live album with Brave Combo, Symphonic Polka (2009), which received a Grammy nomination.
Since 2007, she has played and sung in a variety of settings through the DFW Metroplex between symphonic groups, private events, and worship teams.
She is the founder/CEO of the indie gospel record label Wild Jehu Music, provides music for a variety of recording artists' projects, and has recently "stepped out of the boat" in becoming a solo artist after years of being a background performer.