This article is about the musical artist. For the Vietnamese-American actress, see Thuy Trang.
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She was born in Saigon, Vietnam on December 15, 1980. When she was young, she was already familiar with American music styles by listening to Madonna, Mariah Carey and Sheryl Crow. As a result, her music is a mix of Asian pop and western pop and R&B. Her parents saw the passion she had for music and encourage her into piano lessons. Later on, she started to learn different types of artistic skill that nurtured her talent and let her be where she is today. Some of the skills she learned include: singing in the choir, sewing, painting, drawing, and poetry. After a while, karaoke become famous at home, and as Trish displayed her amazing singing skill, friends encouraged her to send a demo to Asia Entertainment. Asia Entertainment was amazed at her skill in fluently singing both English and Vietnamese that they accepted her.
She writes and produces a majority of her own music and lyrics. She appears on Asia Entertainment videos for the Vietnamese music community and collaborates with Asia Entertainment and Triple T Productions for CD productions. Trish Thuy Trang is one of the first Vietnamese singers to appear on iTunes, where her fourth CD Trish can be downloaded. Her fifth album, entitled Shades of Blue, was released in April 2008. Her 6th album, entitled "Whispers" was released in 2010.
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In October 2010, Trish married in a Buddhist ceremony. Her husband, Nghia is not in the music industry, and in 2012 they had a son, named Nio. On her Facebook page, she explained "His name is Buddhist and means the guardian of Buddha and protector of cherished values and beliefs against evil."
In January 2014, Trish announced that she was again pregnant, this time with a daughter, and posted ultrasound imagery of the baby on her Facebook page.