Sherbino Theater is excited to reopen their doors after a week of spring cleaning to present The Two Tracks with opener Bruce Hayes on April 5th.

Americana covers a broad spectrum of music these days, and it’s easy to get lost in trying to define its particular parameters. If one was to determine an overreaching definition as music that reverberates with heart-felt emotion, and songs that speak to the listener with honesty, conviction and integrity, then The Two Tracks, a band based out of Sheridan Wyoming clearly fits the bill.
Their recently released album, Postcard Town (self-release, May, 2017) further affirms the promise and determination shown on their eponymous debut, which No Depression described as “creating an instant connection…in truth there’s not a single offering here that doesn’t engage the listener practically from the get go,” and by The Alternate Root as “rural warmth…infusing their tunes with a feel for the open spaces of The West.”
Postcard Town continues this trajectory and confirms, both in songwriting and delivery, that this enticing ensemble has something special to offer. Produced by Will Kimbrough, and recorded at the legendary Butcher Shoppe Studio in Nashville by Grammy winner Sean Sullivan, the band laid down 11 tracks in just 4 days.
No Depression writes: “There is just enough twang in the music to make it country, and just enough rock to make it interesting. Lay the voices of Szewc and Huebner on top and it is a musical banana split of consequence…the harmonies neither too strong nor too light but just right.”
The band features Julie Szewc on vocals and acoustic guitar, David Huebner on cello and electric guitar, Fred Serna on drums and percussion, and Taylor Phillips on bass. From rock to country, bluegrass to folk, the music helps define the sound of superbly crafted, fully assertive Americana. Their harmony-rich songs often add cello to a solid groove, creating a unique ambiance that’s all their own. Throw in a journeyman’s attitude and a penchant for affecting storytelling, and here again, The Two Tracks create a sound that typifies a style birthed in the heartland, with all the sentiment and sensitivity that does justice to that timeless sound.
One-Maniac-Band, Bruce Hayes plays a blend of musical styles he refers to as “Rhythm and Celtgrass”. Once called “the Jimi Hendrix of the Mandolin”, Hayes also incorporates Guitar, Dobro, and his latest invention, StratoBassto into the mix as well as his signature mutant clogging.
Collaborating with The String Cheese Incident and Acoustic Junction in the 90s, Hayes helped define the acoustic jam band sound. He has released 5 albums to date.
Clark Roberts of the Salida Cafe says, “Bruce is among the most talented artists to play at the cafe. He has become an icon. Bound full of energy, his music soars. Fusing genres, challenging boundaries with stunning musicianship, a performance never to be missed.”  
The Two Tracks and Bruce Hayes play Friday, April 5th with doors at 7:30 pm and music at 8:00 pm. Advance tickets are $10 at sherbino.org or $13 entry at door.
 

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