Two Line Pass is an original “enter genre here..” band. Our music is influenced by many genres. Some of our tunes sound country, some bluesy, some are rock infused, some have a folk/singer-songwriter type of vibe. To put it simply, our musical taste is diverse, and it comes through in the music we write and play.
We do have a fair amount of cover tunes we get down on, but we typically do some rearranging so they come out in our own way. Covers ranging from Lorde to Joe Diffie, and Los Lobos to The Safaris....did I mention we like diversity??
We are currently ISO a lead guitar player. Any background or style is OK! Each current band member has a different musical background, which helps build TLP’s sound! BUT, since our music is a little diverse, a potential member must be open and willing to playing in different genres. In their own style, of course!
We are home based in Greenfield, IN
If interested, hit us up at: 2LinePass.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Oct 18 2014
- Active within 24 hours
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Under 10
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
- 43 years
Too many, in too many genres, to list....but to name a few; Blink-182,
Jim Croce, Clapton, SRV, Alan Jackson, Ozzy/Sabbath, etc...
Members Of Band
Singer / Rhythm Guitar
Last Goodbye (original) (acoustic/cajon)
Last Goodbye (original) (acoustic/cajon) Year: 2020 Genre: Other
Acoustic version of an original tune. The plugged in version is more uptempo and driven.
Digging Up Bones (Vocals/Guitar)
Digging Up Bones (Vocals/Guitar) Genre: Country
Not the typical Randy Travis version.... flipped it into a more gospel feeling, uplifting song about moving on.
Rose in Paradise (acoustic/cajon)
Rose in Paradise (acoustic/cajon) Genre: Acoustic
Vocals, guitar and cajon are mic'd/plugged into a PA. The vocals have a little reverb on them. Recorded with an iPhone. This is the first take.
The Night (chill)
The Night (chill) Genre: Country
iPhone recording. Vocals through a PA with some reverb.