Dance-funk group TNERTLE headlines Crystal Bay Casino |

Dance-funk group TNERTLE headlines Crystal Bay Casino

TNERTLE headlines Crystal Bay Casino on Saturday, Feb. 10.
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When: Saturday, Feb. 10, 10 p.m.

Where: Crystal Bay Casino

Tickets: Free


Get down with Denver-based electronic dance funk group TNERTLE on Saturday, Feb. 10.

TNERTLE is comprised of Trent Campbell (midi controllers and bass), Kyle Ayervais (drums), Leah Concialdi (saxophone), Alice Hansen (trumpet), Jon Kenney (trombone), Ty Hughes and Taylor Steele (guitar) and Ray Salazar (MC).

The band’s foundation dates back nearly two decades to when Campbell and Ayervais became friends in school.

“In 1999, Trent and Kyle met in their 7th grade jazz band. Playing together in rock bands all the way to their senior year of high school, Trent and Kyle decided to head to Boston to study at Berklee College of Music,” states the group’s online biography.

The two formed TNERTLE in 2012, and in the years since its conception the band has added multiple new members.

“Most recently, the duo have added a horn section and frequent appearances by guest vocalists and instrumentalists. You will hear everything from electro, hip-hop, reggae, funk and lots of in betweens,” concludes the bio.

TNERTLE’s Saturday night gig begins at 10 p.m. and is free to attend for guests at least 21 years of age.

Learn more about the band online at, and about the show at

The venue is found at 14 NV 28 on Tahoe’s North Shore.

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