Formed in 2014, The Two Tracks are based out of Sheridan, Wyoming, at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains. From rock’n roll to country, from bluegrass to folk, the music is expertly crafted, addictive Americana. Their harmony rich songs are often cello-infused with a high energy groove. Throw in life on the high plains and a penchant for lost love story telling.
The group’s first album (self-titled) was voted #1 Album in Wyoming by Wy- NPR. It features original tracks by Julie Szewc on guitar/vocals. Joining her are David Huebner on cello, electric guitar, and vocals, Fred Serna on drums/percussion, and Russell Smith on upright bass. Guests on the album include legendary Nashville pedal steel guitarist Bruce Bouton (Garth Brooks).
“Their eponymous debut album finds them creating an instant connection… the sprightly, spunky “Old Victrola,” the good natured “Bird’s Eye View” and the lively take on the traditional standard “Wayfaring Stranger” finds them accelerating the energy…in truth there’s not a single offering here that doesn’t engage the listener practically from the get go.” – No Depression
They have spent many a day on the road since the debut album release in Spring 2016, and were recently back in the studio to record their second album with producer Will Kimbrough at The Butcher Shoppe studio in Nashville. Look for the new album Spring 2017!
“The Two Tracks record rural warmth… infusing their tunes with a feel for the open spaces of The West.” – The Alternate Root