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TPTS is coming to a city near you. 

New single that debuted on tampa's Radio Station

WMnf out now: My Friends - Trae Pierce and the t-stones


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TPTS Interviewed on Music Fest News

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Click here to read the TPTS interview featured on Music Fest News.

TPTS Announced as Headliner at Brooksville's

Orange Blossom jamboree

TPTS is excited to be playing at 2018's Orange Blossom Jamboree on May 17-20! The festival will feature other artists such as Bobby Lee Rodgers and Holey Miss Moley. Click the photo above for more info about this year's festival!

TPTS Reviewed on Huffington Post

TPTS was featured on Huffington Post, in a review of the new single 'My Friends' - check it out HERE.

TPTS on the tropical heatwave cruise this coming february

WMNF is relaunching the Tropical Heatwave as a rock cruise, and it is sure to be a good time. Make sure to get tickets to TPTS perform two days while also traveling to Cozumel, Mexico!

TPTS Featured in the Roanoke Times

Click the image above to read the great article about TPTS's history and return to Roanoke.

October 21st - Deep roots Festival with Drivin N Cryin, Muddy Magnolias, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, and Mccook & Martin

Trae Pierce and the t-stones to open for

the Marcus King Band and Dr. John at Yonder field

Trae Pierce and the T-Stones to Wormtown Music Festival

tpts at the Brooklyn Bowl with Perpetual groove on September 9th

TrAE PIERCE and the T-Stones to FloydFest July 27th - 28th


Grammy Award-winning bassist Trae Pierce is leading a wild new musical experience known as Trae Pierce & the T-Stones (TPTS). Defined by hard-edged funk and hip-hop mixed with rock and blues, TPTS has developed a high-energy live show with a modern feel that also recalls the unstoppable grooves of Bootsy Collins: they “wants to funk you up!” Trae is a world-class bassist and four-time Grammy Award-winner (with the legendary Blind Boys of Alabama) who cut his bass chops as a member of The Ohio Players. 

From his Florida home, this bass “monster” has hand-picked a vibrant young group of musicians with limitless energy and extreme talent, and together they’ve been tearing up dance floors throughout the Southeast with a genre-blending twist of funk-rock rhythms that bring out the best in every beat. After sharing the stage with funk powerhouses George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic, The Revivalists, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and The Main Squeeze among others, TPTS is ready to take their party nationwide, so get ready to experience a night of fun-and-funk, coming soon to a club, college or festival near you.