Full Circle and Then Some is not only the name of Trigger Happy’s excellent sophomore album, but also a fitting description for the band’s trajectory. Originally formed in 2009, the band emerged out of Nashville as a supergroup featuring members of the Black Crowes and Widespread Panic, along with “One of Us” singer Joan Osborne. After the release of their successful debut, the band reshuffled their line-up, but retained their soulful roots rock sound. “We’ve come full circle because we believed in each other, even with the changes this band has been through,” says songwriter bassist Nick Govrik. Trigger Hippy’s patented call-and-response duets and three-part vocal harmonies encompass elements of country, blues, R&B, classic rock, and swamp-pop, an amalgamation of each member’s musical background. Given the amount of collective experience within the band, it should come as no surprise that their live shows are as enthralling as their records.