Two Hour Change
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Two Hour Change

Band R&B Funk

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Sep
04
Two Hour Change @ Felt Lounge

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Jul
10
Two Hour Change @ Cask n' Flaggon

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Jun
26
Two Hour Change @ New Hampshire Bass Festival (NHBF)

Manchester, New Hampshire, USA

Manchester, New Hampshire, USA

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"I think that Two Hour Change brings a jazz players' sense of musicianship and ensemble polish to some seriously funky grooves as they explore the 'new standards' with both feet firmly planted. One in pop country and the other in the world of Horace Silver and Art Blakey."

- Ernie Krivda - Ernie Krivda (CIMP, Cadence Records)


Discography

"First Hour" - EP release w/ producer Alan Evans of Soulive (2008); tracked @ Melodia Sound (Weymouth, MA)

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Two Hour Change (2HC) is a rising band out of Boston, MA. Combining the styles of r&b, soul, funk, pop, jazz, & hiphop, this energetic unit (7 members strong: vocalist, horn & rhtyhm section) creates groove-heavy, spirited, original music as well as cover adaptations of some of the work by legendary artists in similiar genres, including Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Soulive, Amy Winehouse, Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, Earth, Wind, & Fire, Marvin Gaye, Prince & Michael Jackson to name a few.

Each band member brings forth an energy and high level of musicality, and it all comes across in their performance.

Vocal sensation Evan Cole, a singer with astounding power, emotive delicacy, and a soulful, heart-wrenching tone, fronts “the Change.” Her unique style, a sultry blend of R&B, soul, blues, and jazz, stunningly showcases her amazing vocals and poignant songwriting ability. A tight-knit horn section of tenor saxophone and trumpet rounded off with some of Boston's most groovy rhythm players sets the stage for Two Hour Change, so sit back, relax, and put a quarter in to hear the sweet, sweet sounds.