Looks like Tripp's show went great last night, with a vast array of the talents from the Columbus GA-Phenix City AL music scene in attendance and representing.Tripp's open mic MC gig is getting heavy coverage on 107.3.
Here's what Tripp says about it:
"Wow. Hell of a turn out at Chaos On The Rocks Open Mic last night!!! My love and thanks to: Henry Foster Conley, Gene Wolfolk, Paul Singletary, Brandon Holden, Zachary Marks, Brittany Avery,Joe Strings, Gabriel Holland, Dana Dodd, and all the people I'm too hung over to remember!! Thank you Columbus for the constant love you show in supporting my open mic nights!!!! See y'all Tuesday night at Soho for a VERY special Open Mic with a surprise guest...TBA!!! Holler!" -Tripp Wrigley
And for those unfamilar with the music scene in Columbus-Phenix City then and now, the scene is also thriving with talent of every variety:
These videos can be viewed by Phenix City residents on East Alabama Cable-TV channel 7 throughout the days and nights.
Follow the link above for a very represntative sampling and overview of the local Columbus-Phenix City music scene with videos from local talent both young and old.