Two headed Trout
Two Headed Trout band plays originals and covers that are rooted in bluegrass, old-time and folk.
Wes Urbaniak and the Mountain Folk
Wes Urbaniak’s experimental expressionism puts fire to the gasoline structure of folk music. Mountain Folk emulsifies the genre expressions into their more creative forms, implementing tempo fusions and thumps so tight that they snap. The bluegrass and beatboxing stir oh-so-well into the mix, and when that beautiful stomp comes on, it’s hard not to put those hands and feet to work. The lyrics tell the quilting of life lived, lessons learned, humility sought, and understanding earned through the processes of becoming a steady and thoughtful man. Urbaniak works the range on the acoustic guitar, often times playing both rhythm and melodic lead, while singing and putting it down on the stomp plate. Stringed talent in the form of Mat Regele on upright bass develops the dynamic and the melodic themes for the stories.
This year, they are touring across the county to share the music from Urbaniak’s eighth and ninth albums while plugging the setlist with favorite songs from the previous albums and new, unreleased material. They play their music on custom Montana-made instruments from Urbaniak’s shop.
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