Tiarra Girls | 11/01/2018

    

The three-time Austin Music Award-winning trio Tiarra Girls are a fourth-generation Mexican American sister force. Singer/guitarist Tori Baltierra, bassist Tiffany Baltierra and drummer Sophia Baltierra are part of a generation that’s interested in pursuing music without limits. Rock, Latin, pop, soul, reggae, blues, world music and many other genres, blend together in their sound. “We absorbed a lot of what we heard in our dad’s enormous record collection and our own listening. All those subconscious influences come out when we write songs or arrange a cover.”

Activists for a better world, they released their first recording, a protest song called “Leave it to the People,” after the 2016 election and promoted it with a series of public service announcements for Rock the Vote, Jolt and Voto Latino, encouraging young people to vote.

Tiarra Girls | 11/01/2018        

The three-time Austin Music Award-winning trio Tiarra Girls are a fourth-generation Mexican American sister force. Singer/guitarist Tori Baltierra, bassist Tiffany Baltierra and drummer Sophia Baltierra are part of a generation that’s interested in pursuing music without limits. Rock, Latin, pop, soul, reggae, blues, world music and many other genres, blend together in their sound. “We absorbed a lot of what we heard in our dad’s enormous record collection and our own listening. All those subconscious influences come out when we write songs or arrange a cover.”

Activists for a better world, they released their first recording, a protest song called “Leave it to the People,” after the 2016 election and promoted it with a series of public service announcements for Rock the Vote, Jolt and Voto Latino, encouraging young people to vote.

Tiarra Girls | 11/01/2018

  

The three-time Austin Music Award-winning trio Tiarra Girls are a fourth-generation Mexican American sister force. Singer/guitarist Tori Baltierra, bassist Tiffany Baltierra and drummer Sophia Baltierra are part of a generation that’s interested in pursuing music without limits. Rock, Latin, pop, soul, reggae, blues, world music and many other genres, blend together in their sound. “We absorbed a lot of what we heard in our dad’s enormous record collection and our own listening. All those subconscious influences come out when we write songs or arrange a cover.”

Activists for a better world, they released their first recording, a protest song called “Leave it to the People,” after the 2016 election and promoted it with a series of public service announcements for Rock the Vote, Jolt and Voto Latino, encouraging young people to vote.

Tiarra Girls | 11/01/2018

  

The three-time Austin Music Award-winning trio Tiarra Girls are a fourth-generation Mexican American sister force. Singer/guitarist Tori Baltierra, bassist Tiffany Baltierra and drummer Sophia Baltierra are part of a generation that’s interested in pursuing music without limits. Rock, Latin, pop, soul, reggae, blues, world music and many other genres, blend together in their sound. “We absorbed a lot of what we heard in our dad’s enormous record collection and our own listening. All those subconscious influences come out when we write songs or arrange a cover.”

Activists for a better world, they released their first recording, a protest song called “Leave it to the People,” after the 2016 election and promoted it with a series of public service announcements for Rock the Vote, Jolt and Voto Latino, encouraging young people to vote.