The Treniers

Late 1950s<br><small>Clockwise from left: Gene Gilbeaux (piano), Buddy Trenier, Cliff Trenier, Claude Trenier, Jimmy Johnson bass, Don Hill (sax), Henry (Tucker) Green (drums), Skip Trenier</small> The Treniers (pronounced /trəˈniərz/) were an American R&B and jump blues musical group led by identical twins Cliff and Claude Trenier. They were originally billed as The Trenier Twins, who performed alongside the Gene Gilbeaux Quartet, but shortened their name to The Treniers when Gilbeaux and other musicians became integral members of the group. Besides the Trenier brothers, group members included Don Hill on saxophone, Shifty Henry and later James (Jimmy) Johnson on bass, Henry (Tucker) Green on drums and Gene Gilbeaux on piano. Later, additional Trenier brothers Milt and Buddy, and nephew Skip, joined the group on vocals, and there were many other musician and line-up changes over the years including Herman Washington and Mickey Baker on guitar. Provided by Wikipedia
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