Independence Road

Title : Independence Road
Release Date : September 23, 2016
Format : CD

Recorded in the home studio built by Vicky’s husband, producer Jeff Myers, Independence Road kicks off this next chapter in The Triplets saga. The group remains a threesome, though Diana contributes exclusively now as a co-writer from her home bases in Florida and California. But their sound has only grown, their cultural roots deepened, on this extraordinary project.

 

  1. Independence Road
  2. Countrified
  3. A Night Like This
  4. Every Breath You Take
  5. Coyotes
  6. Wide Eyed Child
  7. Crazy Moon
  8. Magnolia Street
  9. Maybe Tomorrow
  10. You Don’t Have to Go Home Tonight
  11. Air That I Breathe

Algo Mas Que Amor (1993)

Format : CD

The Triplets are a Rock Pop trio that crossed over musical boundaries from the U.S through Latin America. Composed of the triplets Diana, Sylvia, and Vicky Villegas (all born April 18th) of an American mother and a Mexican father,[1] the group recorded in both English and Spanish. They first gained recognition after winning the MTV Basement Contest in 1986 for the song “Boys”, and were awarded a contract with Elektra Records and released their first EP “Break The Silence”

Musical awards and Nominations: Grammy Nomination best new Latin Pop group (1993) “Algo Mas Que Amor”; American Music Nomination, best new group, (1991) “Thicker Than Water”; New York Music Award best new group (1991) “Thicker Than Water”; The Desy Award, best new Latin group, (1991) “Fuerza del Parentesco”

They scored a hit single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1991 with “You Don’t Have to Go Home Tonight” as well as on the Adult Contemporary Chart with “Sunrise”. They released a VHS tape in 1991 as well. Subsequent hits followed on the Billboard Latin charts. On September 9, 2015 the band announced they were reuniting and releasing a new CD entitled “Independence Road.” The album will be released in August 2016 with Sylvia and Vicky performing and Diana writing songs.

Thicker Than Water (1991)

Format : CD

The Triplets are a Rock Pop trio that crossed over musical boundaries from the U.S through Latin America. Composed of the triplets Diana, Sylvia, and Vicky Villegas (all born April 18th) of an American mother and a Mexican father,[1] the group recorded in both English and Spanish. They first gained recognition after winning the MTV Basement Contest in 1986 for the song “Boys”, and were awarded a contract with Elektra Records and released their first EP “Break The Silence”

Musical awards and Nominations: Grammy Nomination best new Latin Pop group (1993) “Algo Mas Que Amor”; American Music Nomination, best new group, (1991) “Thicker Than Water”; New York Music Award best new group (1991) “Thicker Than Water”; The Desy Award, best new Latin group, (1991) “Fuerza del Parentesco”

They scored a hit single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1991 with “You Don’t Have to Go Home Tonight” as well as on the Adult Contemporary Chart with “Sunrise”. They released a VHS tape in 1991 as well. Subsequent hits followed on the Billboard Latin charts. On September 9, 2015 the band announced they were reuniting and releasing a new CD entitled “Independence Road.” The album will be released in August 2016 with Sylvia and Vicky performing and Diana writing songs. – WIkipedia

Break The Silence (1986)

Format : CD

The Triplets are a Rock Pop trio that crossed over musical boundaries from the U.S through Latin America. Composed of the triplets Diana, Sylvia, and Vicky Villegas (all born April 18th) of an American mother and a Mexican father,[1] the group recorded in both English and Spanish. They first gained recognition after winning the MTV Basement Contest in 1986 for the song “Boys”, and were awarded a contract with Elektra Records and released their first EP “Break The Silence”

Musical awards and Nominations: Grammy Nomination best new Latin Pop group (1993) “Algo Mas Que Amor”; American Music Nomination, best new group, (1991) “Thicker Than Water”; New York Music Award best new group (1991) “Thicker Than Water”; The Desy Award, best new Latin group, (1991) “Fuerza del Parentesco”

They scored a hit single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1991 with “You Don’t Have to Go Home Tonight” as well as on the Adult Contemporary Chart with “Sunrise”. They released a VHS tape in 1991 as well. Subsequent hits followed on the Billboard Latin charts. On September 9, 2015 the band announced they were reuniting and releasing a new CD entitled “Independence Road.” The album will be released in August 2016 with Sylvia and Vicky performing and Diana writing songs. – WIkipedia