The Two Tracks
Representation and Touring Formats
Representation: Exclusive – North America
Touring Formats: Duo, Quartet
Educational: Residencies, workshops & school events
“…. It’s pure musicianship, it’s pure excellence, it’s pure Americana.” – American Songwriter
With poignant lyrics, powerful melodies, and tight instrumentals, The Two Tracks explore a range of themes and emotions in their music. Husband and wife team of The Two Tracks, Julie and Dave Huebner write songs that traverse the male and female perspective, drawing inspiration from the rural surroundings of their home in the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming.
Julie’s driving rhythm guitar, on-stage enthusiasm, and vocal prowess merge perfectly with Dave’s rich voice and spellbinding cello playing, adding a unique layer to the band’s sound. This is perfectly complemented by the four-part harmonies and rock-solid groove filled out by Taylor Phillips on bass and Fernando Serna on drums. Their live show features an array of sounds, from introspective ballads to foot-stomping anthems…. songs that reflect their earthy authenticity and a genuine love for their craft.
Since their formation, The Two Tracks have garnered critical acclaim and built a dedicated fan base through their captivating live performances. They have graced the stages of renowned venues and festivals, including NewWestFest (CO), Deadwood Jam (SD), Kate Wolf Memorial Music Festival (CA), MeadowGrass (CO), Albino Skunk Music Festival (SC), Red Ants Pants Music Festival (MT), Levitt Sioux Falls (SD), LevittAMP Green Bay (WI), Ashley for the Arts (WI), Beartrap Summer Festival (WY), Sioux River Folk Festival (SD), winning over audiences with their infectious energy and undeniable talent.
In 2020, they recorded Cheers to Solitude, which was one of the last records made at The Butcher Shoppe in Nashville with Grammy winning engineer Sean Sullivan (Sturgill Simpson, Molly Tuttle), and was produced by Will Kimbrough (Todd Snider, Rodney Crowell) and mixed by Grammy winner Trina Shoemaker (Tanya Tucker, Sheryl Crow), spending several weeks on the Top 40 Americana Radio Chart, and the Top 10 Alt-Country Specialty Chart. On August 25, 2023 they will be releasing their fourth album – It’s a Complicated Life – also produced, mixed and recorded by the same team of Kimbrough, Shoemaker and Sullivan, this time at Sullivan’s new place The Tractor Shed, and the band feels like this album is their strongest yet. The first single “Canyon Wren” comes out June 30 on all streaming platforms.
|10/11/2023||Dragonfly Wine Market||Shelby, NC|
|10/12/2023||The Grey Eagle||Asheville, NC|
|10/12/2023||Blue Plate Special||Knoxville, TN|
|10/13/2023||Private House Concert||Asheville, NC|
|10/14/2023||Pono Acres ||Cumming , GA|
|10/21/2023||Thirsty Street Brewing Co.||Billings, MT|
|11/03/2023||Frontier Brewing Company||Caspar, WY|
|11/04/2023||The Colonel||Cody, WY|
|3/08/2024 - 3/09/2024||The Trap Bar||Alta, WY|
“Renown for soaring vocal harmonies and adept musicianship. Cheers to Solitude maintains the group’s tradition for thoughtful, literate songwriting and engaging vocals.” – RELIX MAGAZINE (read & watch video premiere)
“Great vocals, strong lyrics, and glorious harmonies. More than anything, though, it’s the sheer joy of making music that comes through.” – GLIDE MAGAZINE (read more)
“A brilliant, 10-song quasi-country album that unapologetically explores meaningful themes that mainstream Nashville eschewed long ago…warrants serious consideration for “best of 2020″ critics lists.” – THE BOZONE (read more)
“There is just enough twang in the music to make it country and just enough rock to make it interesting.” – NO DEPRESSION
“We appreciate acts like this that are without a doubt gifted at both songwriting and musicianship. Theirs is a rare gift; to draw listeners in like family, while providing hope in the midst of such uncertainty.” – EAR TO THE GROUND MUSIC
“The stories of Cheers to Solitude are an umbrella, sheltering a humanity weathering the same storms, feeling the same pain, and holding on to the same rush of joy.” – THE ALTERNATE ROOT
“Simple yet panoramic; folky yet danceable.” – KBAC RADIO FREE SANTA FE