Two Way Crossing replacing “The Variety Show”

   Two Way Crossing will be replacing “The Variety Show” this year at the Fallon County Fair on Friday, August 21 at 7 p.m.
Two Way Crossing will be replacing “The Variety Show” this year at the Fallon County Fair on Friday, August 21 at 7 p.m.

   Two Way Crossing, a pop-country duo and their band, will heat up the stage Friday, Aug. 21, at 7 p.m. at the fair.

By Lori Kesinger

They are replacing “The Variety Show” which has been held for a number of years. Blake and Jenny Marvin are the married duo behind the vocals. Their recent single “Car Trouble” has been getting extensive recognition in the industry.

   Two Way Crossing originally began as a simple duo. Jenny and Blake recorded their debut album in Nashville. Shortly after, they decided to make the move to the city to find their backing band and further pursue their music career. Within a few months they auditioned some of Nashville’s best musicians, including Kevin Smith (guitar), and Jaron Mossman (drums and percussion) to perform with them during their 2014 summer tour.

   With the audition of Clint Reynolds (bass) and Benjamin Picker (keys, guitar, backing vocals) in 2015, Two Way Crossing evolved into a band.

   After acquiring a regular spot at Nashville’s world-famous Wildhorse Saloon, Two Way Crossing has been getting recognition everywhere from Music Row Magazine to radio stations across the United States.

  According to the band’s website, the group is continually pushing the boundaries on what a traditional country song should sound like and yet want to keep what they love about country music in everything they do.

   Check out Two Way Crossing on their website: twowaycrossing.com or Two Way Crossing Facebook page.

      



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