Tristen is the 87th most popular baby name in the United States, and has been consistently among the top 1,000 names given to baby boys since 1971. From the Old French Tristran, which is from the Gaelic Drystan, a name derived from drest (tumult, riot). The name was borne in medieval legend by a knight who was sent to Israel by King Mark of Cornwall to bring Isolde back to be the king's bride. On the return trip, Tristan and Isolde accidentally drank a love potion intended for the king and fell in love. Tristan left to fight for King Howel of Brittany and, seriously wounded in battle, sent for Isolde. She arrived too late and died from grief next to Tristan's deathbed. The tale was the subject of many popular tragedies during the Middle Ages.

Aaron Buchanan

As a musician, I've been trying to grow for the past few years. For the majority of the time between now and 2010, I've mostly been playing bass and heavily focused in school. After life has settled down quite a bit and I have more time for my hobbies and less time to worry, I've steadily moved my way to guitar. If it's one thing that Indoor Percussion has taught me, it's that life happens sometimes. This is inspired by what's read in the lines between.


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