Two Story Road’s story began years ago and continues to be written today, citing an incredible amount of hard work, a huge passion for music, countless days on the road and one too many months spent apart. The twohave been making music together as long as they’ve been married. Both were vocal majors who quickly became each other’s biggest fans, and dove head first into Music Row after earning their degrees from Belmont University.
Brandon began his musical journey writing for Sony Music Publishing, followed by touring with Gretchen Wilson & later, American Idol alum, Danny Gokey. Jamelle spent five years singing background vocals for Carrie Underwood. During their touring years as band members, they performed on almost every TV and award show imaginable. Between the two of them, they have well over 1000 shows under their belt, graced the stage of the Grand Ole Opry more than 100 times and are quickly becoming regulars at the Bluebird Cafe. In a recent fan voted campaign, the duo won the “Must Follow Duo” award, sponsored by CMChat (The Chatty’s Awards), beating out FL/GA line, Thompson Square, & Dan+Shay. It’s no surprise that their CMA Fest Fan Party sold out in under an hour 3 years in a row.
In December of 2015, they teamed up with country producer giant Mark Bright to release their first official 6 song EP, recorded at Starstruck Studios. In addition to co-writing some of the tracks, some of Nashville’s finest songwriters such as Jeffrey Steele, Tom Douglas, Gordie Sampson and Steve McEwan are represented on the newly-released EP. Track listing for the duo’s self-titled EP listed below:
“I Got It”
“Light of the Moon”
For the band, 2016 looks just as promising as both Huffington Post recently listed them on their list of “Top 20 Country Artists to Watch in 2016” and Whiskey Riff included them as one of their “11 Artists To Look Out For In 2016”.
The way that Jamelle’s and Brandon’s voice blends together to sound like one voice is perfection – like their voices were made to coexist. Two incredible stories, finally traveling down the same road together.