of an Air Force fighter pilot father and a radio broadcasting-homemaker mother, Trish
Vogel was born the youngest of five girls in Great Falls, Montana.
The family's first move with Trish would take them to live on a horse farm in Savannah, Ohio (population: 500) where she was raised in a typical country lifestyle of paper routes, tractors, and church socials. Her father would call square dances at the town hall where she began performing at the age of 10 for The Country Music Association's founding chapter (Chapter 1; Savannah, Ohio) where her family held a membership.
While growing up Trish's family's moves would take her South to San Antonio, Texas; Savannah, Georgia; and Montgomery, Alabama where she studied acting and continued to perform.
The Vogel's then returned to Ohio, this time to the capitol, Columbus where she worked as a professional actress and singer throughout high school and into college. A musical tour would eventually take her to New York City where Trish continued her career working on commercials, films, etc., and on "One Life To Live" and "All My Children" soap operas. As a model, Trish appeared on the cover of New York Bodies and performed in numerous runway shows as well as print for clients such as The Limited, Betsy Johnson and Hanes.
She was lead singer for "The Flirts" of "Don't Put Another Dime In The Jukebox" and "Calling All Boys" fame, after which Trish was the lead singer of "Chemistry" a techno dance group produced by Kenny Simmons (formerly of the Commodores). "Chemistry" saw success with Trish's vocal dance version of "Sweet Dreams". But Trish was dreaming of other things, and she left "Chemistry" to come to Nashville to perform for Tin Pan South. And she decided to stay.
In the late 90's, Trish was a full time writer of Country and Pop music, she sang demos and performed on a regular basis at places like The Bluebird, Douglas Corner, Guido's, Fox on the Run, Radio Café, and 16th Avenue Café. She was a very welcome addition to The Big Dogs - Jeffrey Scott Stewart's backing band at the time. Trish did a great job singing harmonies, and can be heard on "When The Twister Touched Down" on the "Live Dogs" album.
In 2000 Trish recorded the dance version of Ooh Child that charted 14 on the DMA dance charts and placed in the top 100 dance songs of the year. The early 2000's found Trish happily co-hosting Lulu and Trish Afternoons on 102.5 fm Venus FM in Nashville. The program was hugely successful and it gave her the opportunity to communicate with individuals on a larger scale. Trish has been very active in the community by co-hosting the Annual Toy Drive for The Second Harvest Food Bank, being co-chair of The Nashville Cares Aids Walk 2006, and participating in the Celebrity Bachelor/Bachelorette Charity Auction for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
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