Carlin Tripp is a laid back folk rocker drawing from a life spent roaming this great country, seeking out rare experiences and making new friends along the way. Now settled in Boston, he devotes his time to being a stay at home dad and touring musician. His songs reflect on love lost, love found and the trials and joys we all face in our day to day existence. He is known for capturing audiences with his intimate lyrics and gripping stage presence.
Tripp has played some of Massachusetts’ premier venues including Paradise Rock Club, the Spire Center for the Arts, and the Narrows Center for the Arts. He has opened for nationally touring acts Strangefolk, Rik Emmett, Vance Gilbert, The Suitcase Junket, Young Frontier and Jason Myles Goss.
He was the winner of the first annual Spire Open Mic Challenge (2015) and has been nominated for awards such as "Breakthrough Artist of the Year", “Male Performer of the Year” and “Album of the Year” by Limelight Music Awards (2015).
Tripp will release his new EP, “The Shape of the Island,” recorded at the Great North Sound Society, in April 2018.
Paradise Rock Club, Boston MA
Club Passim, Cambridge MA
The Spire Center for the Arts, Plymouth MA
The Narrows Center for the Arts, Fall River MA
Fete Music Hall, Providence RI
Middle East Upstairs, Cambridge MA
The Burren, Somerville MA
Plough And Stars, Cambridge MA
Onset Music Festival
Hedge House Concert Series
Has Opened For
The Suitcase Junket
Jason Myles Goss