Nathan McEuen in Concert with special guest Ordinary Two | April 20

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Nathan McEuen In Concert with special guest Ordinary Two

Saturday, April 20 | 7pm

Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center

Nathan McEuen 

Having appeared on American Idol, The Tonight Show, Music City Roots, XM/Sirius Radio, The Stagecoach Festival, The Grand Ole Opry, and performing over 2,000 shows worldwide, Nathan McEuen has been sharing the stage and working with some of the best. This list includes: Bon Jovi, Mason Williams, Steve Martin, Vassar Clements, Willie Nelson, Kenny Loggins, Leon Russell, Billy Bob Thornton, John Carter Cash, Brad Paisley, Albert Lee, Dwight Yoakam, Dave Mason, Jim Messina, Brett Dennen, John Denver, John McEuen (his father), The String Wizards, and  Jonathan McEuen (his brother), to name a few. 

Since the founding (in 2005) of his independent label Lint Records, and release of multiple albums/projects, fans have purchased over 100,000 copies of his music. 

Fresh from composing and performing the musical score for USC's production of Romeo & Juliet, to recently writing/composing with Mason Williams (Classical Gas, Smothers Brothers, SNL), Chris Caswell (Daft Punk, Tron, Muppets), and Paul Allen (Producer), Nathan is in the process of recording his 7th - full length solo record, featuring over 30 tracks - due in 2019.

 

Ordinary Two

"Husband/wife vocal/guitar duo...sounds like an Indie-Pop dog chewin' on a Jazz bone."

“What an awesome, dynamic duo! Great music with catchy melodies, smooth harmonies and skillful guitar licks! Quite entertaining!” - D. Luna, Claremont, CA

The Ordinary Two is a duo from Denver, CO whose creation has been a long time in the making. Guitarist Jim Disner (Jim Disner Trio, Three Squared) steps away from his usual electric avant-jazz style to join his wife, vocalist Tanya Disner, in laid-back, acoustic, indie-pop, with a lot of jazz flavor and sweet vocal harmonies. Jim has been an active guitarist and composer for over fifteen years, sharing the stage with artists such as Stanley Jordan and Ron Miles. Jim fell in love with Tanya when he first heard her sing. They married and raised a family, making music together in the privacy of their circle of friends and family. It only took him twenty years to convince her to show the world her voice. With the release of their first collection of original songs that reflect the influence of modern Americana acts like Edward Sharpe and M. Ward, everyone can now hear that voice and how together they harmonize like only soul-mates can.