The Two Tracks


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    Lost in This Canyon
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    Wild Wyoming
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    All Women Are Healers
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    Red Yellow Orange
Cutting undeniable grooves in the road of Americana music with their new release Cheers to Solitude,
Sheridan WY quartet The Two Tracks bend genres into a sound both unique and immediately familiar,
laced with a hint of that “high lonesome” tradition.
A fistful of years ago, Julie Szewc and Dave Huebner met in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming with one central thing in common; a love of all kinds of music and a thirst for making it. Along with Fernando Serna (drums/percussion) and Taylor Phillips (bass), they have all knit their passions into the musical family that is The Two Tracks. From their home in the postcard town of Sheridan, the band stirs western roots and wilderness philosophy into a stew of nourishing connection.
Huebner and Szewc trade duties as both vocalists and writers, with songs that traverse the male and
female perspective. Many of their arrangements are built around the uniqueness of Huebner’s “standup”
cello, which can take the role of a fiddle, or shift to a sultry orchestral solo.
Szewc’s compelling lyrics and enchanting melodies are notable in “All Women Are Healers” and “Eternal
School Bus,” which remind us to pay attention to the important people in our lives. With the added resonance of Bruce Bouton’s pedal steel guitar and Will Kimbrough’s versatile instrumentations, there is a honey to the dessert that is Cheers to Solitude.
Produced by Will Kimbrough and Mixed by Trina Shoemaker.
Recorded at The Butcher Shoppe, Nashville, TN.


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