Two Door Ford

Two Door Ford

 Fort Worth, Texas, USA
BandCountrySinger/Songwriter

Storming on the Texas Music Scene is Two Door Ford, a Red Dirt Country band out of Fort Worth, TX. Beginning in 2009 the band began playing shows around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Two Door Ford was a finalist in the 2010 Shiner Rising Star & has since been determined to be the next household name.

Biography

Storming on to the Texas Music Scene is Two Door Ford, a Red Dirt Country band out of Fort Worth, TX.

Formed in 2009, the band quickly began playing around the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

In early 2010, they released their first EP entitled Empty Pockets and summed up the year as finalist in the 2010 Shiner Rising Star Competition.

Fresh off the Shiner Rising Star competition, Two Door Ford stepped back into the studio and released their debut album "Long Holiday" in June 2011. It featured everything from Southern Rock tunes in “Something's Gotta Change”, “809 Blues” and “Amazed” to a Country ballad with the title track “Long Holiday”.

Over the next year, Two Door Ford began to play shows throughout the Red Dirt Country scene in Texas and build their fan base.

With a new attitude and new material in hand, Two Door Ford was eager to jump back in to the studio. In June 2012, Two Door Ford began work on their follow up album with Producer/Engineer Jonathan Roye.

Two Door Ford should have some new material out very soon. In the mean time, they continue to grow as a band and play shows across Texas. There is little doubt these Country Rockers are hard at work to be the next household name in Texas Music.

Discography

New Single - Let's Just Dance!!!!!

Don't Say Goodbye EP - To be released November 2012
Long Holiday-June 2011
Empty Pockets EP - 2010

Set List

Originals:
Let's Just Dance
Don't Say Goodbye
Hometown Hero
You and Me
809 Blues
Fast Train
Amazed
Something's Gotta Change
Gonna Be Alright
Just a Friend
Long Holiday
Jaded
Johnny

Covers include:
Ain’t Living Long Like This - Waylon Jennings
Look at Me Fly - Stoney LaRue
4th of July - Shooter Jennings
Folsom Prison - Johnny Cash
You Had Me at My Best - Wade Bowen
Tonight’s Not the Night - Randy Rogers
Lonely East Texas Nights - Whiskey Myers
Wanna Rock and Roll - Ray Wiley Hubbard
Already Gone - Eagles
Copperhead Road - Steve Earl
Taste - Josh Abbott
Wear My Ring - Bart Crow Band
Pride and Joy - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Down In Flames - Stoney LaRue
Finger on the Trigger - Brandon Jenkins
Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Break Down - Tom Petty
Suspicious Minds - Dwight Yoakam (Version)
Crazy Eddies Last Hurrah - Reckless Kelly
Stay Here and Drink - Merle Haggard
17 - Cross Canadian Ragweed
Crazy Girl - Eli Young
Troubadour - George Strait
Rebel Soul - Scot