Two Twenty
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Two Twenty


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The best kept secret in music


"95 One"

Two Twenty is very versatile and can shift at will without losing their musical integrity. From the sweet melancholy of "Beautiful Someday" to the fun, upbeat " Holy Sheep" to the bold, edgy "Witness", Two Twenty had enough variety in its songs to please a wide range of interests. I would recommend their newest project titled "Searching for a tone" for those indie lovers out there looking for something fresh. - Rick Summers

"Spin 180"

" 2:20 has a very unique vibe that is catchy and enjoyable. They bring an important element to the Indie table that has been missing for some time. we have had them on our radio show a couple of times and it never fails to be an enjoyabe experience. I highly recommend them for whatever event or function you are planning." - Matt Mungle

"Omega Sound"

"Two Twenty takes their faith based songwriting into an entirely new plan. Their songs are more than just statements of praise, they deal with the joys and trials of Christian life... and they do it with energy, edge, and honesty." - Jason Johnson, engineer

"Youth Wake"

... known for their provocative lyrics and contemporary style that challenges young people to serve Christ with all their heart. - Monte Shields

"American Family Radio"

"This are good! They are radio ready" - Ron Cottom


Exquisite Garden 2001
Sealed 2002
Rated 2002
Searching For A Tone 2004
Currently working on new album "Rockstar"


Feeling a bit camera shy


Two Twenty began when Chad Roland and Derrick Long started writing songs together back in 1996. Their unique brand of contemporary Christian lead to the formation of a band wherein they picked up Shane Ball and later David Medcalf and Jason Farguson. While working on a home recording project in a local church building, Two Twenty was increasing in popularity playing numerous venues throughout the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. This continued until early 2002, Roland and Long decided to move to Northeast Oklahoma to be part of the praise/worship group Sealed (lead by Dave Romero and Chad Little). Sealed enjoyed increasing success, until Roland and long broke away to persue their own musical ideas and directions -- a more edgy and introspective sound than the music of Sealed.

Roland and Long Spent the next 6 months refining their songs and their sound. Their
album Searching for a Tone was recorded in 2003 at Omega Sound Recording Studio in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. It features Roland on guitars (electric and acoustic) and Long
on violin (electric and acoustic). They each take turns with vocals frequently breaking into harmony or echoing each other a unexpected moment. Two Twenty is currently planning their next album “Rock Star” that has a projected release date of Christmas 2005.

Roland and Long frequently return to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area to perform their two man show in venues such as The Door, The Upper Room, Club 412, and Club Asylum. Currently they also have been performing throughout Arkansas, Oklahoma,
Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. They also lead praise and worship at The S.H.E.D., a local youth outreach in Sallisaw. They have had the privilege of opening for such acts as: 7th Day Slumber, Tree 63, Salvador, KJ52, The Worship
Circus , Stereo Motion, *Super Chic[k], *Tin Man Jones, *Brother’s Keeper, Paul Wright, Uttermost and Youth Evangelist *Dawson McCallister.