Tre grew up in a family filled with extraordinary musical talent.  His great aunt is the legendary blues singer Denise Lasalle who is most famously known for hits such as "Trapped By A Thing Called Love", "Now Run And Tell That", and "Man Sized Job".  She also did a cover version of Rockin' Sidney's, "My Toot Toot".  In 2013 and 2014, she was nominated for Blues Music Award in the Soul Blues Female Artist category and in 2015, was inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame.  

Tre was first introduced to music by his mother, Jackie, who began his piano lessons as a very young child.  Throughout his childhood, Tre participated in numerous performances and recitals that showcased his developing skills.  In high-school, Tre secured employment as a pianist and organist for several local churches.  This transitioned him into college and afforded Tre the opportunity to hone his skills while also avoiding the typical 9-5 jobs of his peers.  While in college, Tre connected with fellow musicians who shared secrets and skills that further enhanced Tre's musical aptitude.  Tre's life-hood of music has shaped him into the creative, passionate and soul-seeking artist who reaches the hearts of many.