Trixter was formed in 1983 in Paramus, New Jersey by Steve Brown & Peter Loran. After a year in the basement and the addition of new drummer, Mark Gus Scott, they played their first live gigs. They began play ing the NJ / NY club scene and built a huge following of fans. In 1988 bassist, PJ Farley joined Trixter finalizing the line up.With every gig the band was drawing more & more people to their shows and by May of 1989 the band landed a deal with Mechanic/MCA Records.

September of 1989 the band went to Hollywood to record the debut album with producer Bill Wray. Trixter was released in May of 1990 with the song "Line Of Fire" as the single for Rock Radio. The song slowly climbed the charts reaching #1 on Z-Rock's Top 100 by July of 1990. Along with the release of the album Trixter also filmed their first video for the song "Give It To Me Good." In September the band headed out a nationwide tour and after two weeks they landed the opening slot for Stryper. From New York to Seattle, the band rocked clubs and theaters earning tons of fans who were captivated by their high energy live shows.In Mid October Trixter joined Don Dokken for another tour around the USA. It was on this tour that MTV added the video for "Give It To Me Good." Within one week the video was #1 on the popular Dial MTV top ten video countdown. The video stayed #1 for 5 weeks straight.The crowds were getting bigger and record sales started kicking into high gear.

After 13 years, 2008 saw all original members rockin' the Worldwide Concert Circut once again. Pete, Steve, PJ & Mark ...the one, the only, the mighty Trixter!!! Since reforming the band has released "Alive In Japan" Live concert cd featuring 2 new songs & a "Best Of" CD with all the hits remastered, they played in front of over 50,000 people at various high profile events like Rocklahoma Festival, Rock-Fest with Poison & Boston, been featured on 104.3fm & Xm Radio, along with articles in "Rolling Stone" & "The New York Times." On November 28th, 2008 Trixter returned home to New Jersey for a Homecoming show at Dexter's Entertainment Complex in Riverdale, NJ. It was a Sold Out show for which the band set the National Act Attendance Record & set the Merchandising Sales Rcord for the venue. Trixter also appeared on the cover of the "EC Rocker" Magazine along with a feature story in North Jerseys Biggest Newspaper, "The Record." And the story continues...

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