Saturday, March 21, 2020

The Two Tracks

D. Pel and Strange Attractors

The Harp Rats

9 pm

$8 advance, $8 day of show

21 and over

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The Two Tracks

Grassfed Americana

The Two Tracks

The Two Tracks write songs with lyrics that speak to the listener with honesty, conviction and heart-felt emotion. Based out of Sheridan, Wy., The Two Tracks have toured coast to coast, playing some of the country’s best stages since the release of their Postcard Town album, produced by Will Kimbrough, in 2017. Featuring beautiful cello lines, poetic harmonies and a rock solid rhythm section, The Two Tracks create a sound that will move your body and your mind. They will be releasing their third album, also produced by Kimbrough, in late Spring 2020.

"Vibrant harmonies and a knack for writing eager, infectious melodies guarantee them an ability to lock on to their listeners without any hesitation whatsoever…” - Country Standard Time

The band is comprised of Julie Szewc on vocals and guitar, David Huebner on cello, vocals and guitar, Fred Serna on drums and vocals, and Taylor Phillips on bass and vocals. In 2016 their debut album won Best Album of Wyoming from Wyoming Public Radio.

“Their eponymous debut album finds them creating an instant connection. Julie Szewc, an effusive vocalist, turns nearly every song into a moment worth truth there’s not a single offering here that doesn’t engage the listener practically from the get go.” - No Depression


D. Pel and Strange Attractors

Indie Folk

D. Pel and Strange Attractors D. Pel is the messenger, mouthpiece, and fall guy for the existential thoughts and narratives of Dan Pelley. The voice of Dan Pelley croons and growls, yells and professes in a manner that belongs naturally to him, honoring his roots, intertwining old-time folk with indie rock. Songs push through solemnity with celebration, and depression with love. The Strange Attractors are a chaotic conglomeration of supportive and talented players and friends. Their accompaniment provides rich texture and compelling dynamics to D. Pel’s intimate and austere approach. The results of such woolgathering and collaborative efforts are both visionary and nostalgic.


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