Trio Update

Very pleased to announce that the Aled Thomas Trio has been rehearsing and have recorded a new song - More details to follow  

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2007 - Aled Thomas Trio debut album "We Should Be There By Now". released The album is recieved well - The Fly Global Music described it as having "some of the best lines in vocal jazz". Many concerts and radio follow the release. The song "City Life" is announced as a semi-finalist at the 2008 UK Songwriting Competition

2009 - Internet release of a new song "The Post Office Song" in February. This generated much interest and press attention. MP Lynne Featherstone also used the song as part of her campaign against long queues

2010 - Aled Thomas Trio second album called "Baggage Holiday" is released. It featuring "The Post Office Song" . Two songs from the album are announced as finalists at the 2010 Uk Songwriting Competition - "Every Street" and "I Wont Let Them" . American magazine JazzReview writes "Thomas revels in being every man - He is put upon weary and funny"

2013 - Release of single "The Singularity " Featuring Paul Rhodes -  It is featured on a science show 

2014 - Release of  single "The Bitcoin Song" Featuring Ian Ritchie on sax and vocals (Currently on tour with Roger Waters)

2016 - Appearance with Unnati Dasgupta at The Alchemy Festival, Southbank Centre, London. Appearance with Tamas Teszary Quartet at Mardi Gras Festival, Brixton

2017 - Aled  joins band with Bonzo Dog Doh-Dah member Vernon Bohay-Nowell. Aled appears with Suzy Ritz at Boisdale, Canary Wharf, London and Bull's Head, Barnes, London

2018 - Appearance with Paul Rhodes at Metropolitan Room, Birdland, and Triad Theatre, New York. Aled appears with Catherine Lima at 606 Club, London.

2019 - Appearance with Unnati Dasgupta at The Pheasantry, Pizza Express, London. Aled appears with guitarist Jim Mullen.

2020 - Upcoming release of U2's classic "I still Haven't Found What I;m Looking For" - Aled Thomas Trio feat. Graham Pike. First release  of new music for 7 years.