The Trio Jazz Band

GigSalad Member Since 2022

The Trio was formed after three of North Georgia’s most accomplished jazz musicians got together for a cup of coffee and a chat. The musical chemistry was instantaneous and only one week after meeting The Trio was receiving bookings on the strength of the players reputation and abilities. And once the music started, demand skyrocketed and The Trio was on its way!

Jazz you know, songs you know and can sing along to, all professionally performed by three musicians with over 100 collective years of jazz presentation. The Trio understands the needs of the venue and the patrons, and that combined experience consistently results in an enjoyable event for all!

Fly Me To The Moon
C-Jam Blues
Summer Samba
Just Friends

The Trio Jazz Band is available for a variety of settings and venues, including;

Corporate Events

The Trio can provide music for your cocktail hours and open buffets, with the finest jazz played in a non-intrusive way that will add to the ambiance and lift the spirits of your guests. We can also provide announcements and music for portions of your events that require introductions of guests and honorees.

Holiday Parties

Whether you are planning an intimate gathering in your home, a township get-together or corporate event, or a larger party at a catered facility, The Trio Jazz Band can provide the finest in Holiday music for whatever your needs might be.

Restaurant Entertainment

The Trio has extensive experience in creating the perfect dining entertainment for your location. We understand the need for volume control and crowd-appropriate music, and how that balance can change from night-to-night or even hour-by-hour. Top quality jazz is always appropriate for dining experiences, particularly when provided by The Trio!

Festivals and Outdoor Events

Holding a wine & jazz festival or a street fair? The Trio is a perfect choice for top level jazz performance! The Trio maintains a fully equipped professional grade sound system for these larger settings, and as always, provides the very best in jazz music!

This Masquerade
One Hundred Ways


Bob Tewksbury – Percussion/vocals

Bob has been a regular on the Atlanta music scene since 2000. Originally from Upstate New York (Born in Binghamton NY) Bob has been playing with the Glory Hounds and The Fans Of Vinyl Bands in and around the Atlanta area, club work, corporate events and weddings are all parts to his resume. His love of jazz has brought him to this group of musicians. He resides in Cumming, GA with his wife, Kimberly, and is a father of four.

Have You Met Miss Jones

Alan Davis, Jr – Piano/vocals

Alan has been entertaining audiences as a professional musician in many parts of the world for over two decades—including over a decade working as a pianist/entertainer aboard cruise ships in Europe, Asia and the Americas. His emphasis is on quality and musicianship, which serves to create the perfect atmosphere for the audience & venue.

In addition to his talents on keyboard, Alan plays jazz harmonica, and uses an electronic wind instrument to play other instruments, such as flute, saxophone, trumpet, etc.

Alan lives in Dahlonega, Georgia.

There Will Never Be Another You
Blue Bossa
Satin Doll

Ed Goode – Bass/vocals

Ed started playing bass at the age of 8, began playing professionally when he was 12, and has been immersed in music his entire life. He attended The Juilliard School in NYC starting at the age of 14 and continued through his high school years, receiving certification at 18. After a long career as a journeyman musician, Ed relocated to the greater Atlanta area, living in Acworth with his wife, Sheila, and two crazy dogs.

Take The A Train
One Note Samba
I Wish I Knew

Former Members – The Trio Jazz Band

Pete Terrell – Guitar/vocals

Pete started playing guitar at the age of 12, began to play professionally at 15, and then went on to pursue collecting degrees in music. After earning guitar performance degrees from Mercer University (B.M.), Georgia State University (M.Mu.), and a Ph.D. in Music Industry from the same, the next 30 years of his life were devoted to serving as a University Professor of Audio Technology at Northeastern University and Alabama State University. Currently retired from “professoring”, Pete is a weekday babysitter to his two grandchildren and grand dogs in Cumming, GA.