Orange Region, CA’s Trigger for Concern offers hung on from the times of post-punk through the grunge and riot grrl eras. As the style in rock for some from the 1990s was hard-edged and macho, Trigger for Concern, a music group that “simply happens” to become all-female, created — and proceeds to create — music that’s melodic, poignant, nice, and at exactly the same time, high-energy. An extremely different music group known from the name of Trigger for Concern was created in the first ’80s and experienced several lineup adjustments. The one making it through member from that band’s start, guitarist Leslie Stoddard, created a fresh group using the same name when she fulfilled vocalist Suzanne Graham in 1988. Graham experienced the smooth however forceful voice to complement Stoddard’s flexible folk-rock guitar audio. The band’s lineup was finished with the addition of Kym Eastwood on bass and Roseanna Curtale on drums. By 1994, the lineup experienced changed to add Kelley Duarte on bass and Wendy Colton on drums. This incarnation of Trigger for Concern performed steadily at night clubs around Southern California, gradually building a devoted following. The music group got a huge break touring as the starting act in the 1996 Doobie Brothers nationwide tour. In 1998, Trigger for Concern released a Compact disc, All I’D LIKE, alone label. Subsequently, the lineup underwent even more adjustments. Bassist Duarte still left to be changed by Pam Thompson, as well as the music group obtained Joan Loos as second guitarist and Jill Moran on back-up vocals. This revitalized edition of Trigger for Concern documented a three-song EP in 2000. Trigger for Concern finished the entire year 2000 by playing on the Rockrgrl Music Meeting in Seattle.