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Known as “the little country duo that could”, 2Country4Nashville’s Jo-el & LeAnne are so passionate about keeping traditional country music alive that they graciously accepted the comment that they were “too country” and the name of their duo was born!
Theirs is a modern-day love story with chapters that could be mistaken for an adult version of The Little Engine That Could. Jo-el and LeAnne are the embodiment of perseverance and what it means to not only chase a dream but to make it come true. They don’t know how to quit, and they don’t take no for an answer. They just keep on moving forward, climbing the mountain, singing, and strumming. In fact, they’ve built their success on the word no, using it as a mere stepping stone to get to the next yes.
Today, the duo sells out theaters with a loyal following that “shows up and shows out” wherever they play. Through non-stop touring, they have gained a following the size of Texas. It’s not uncommon for some of their fans to hop in the car and drive 1,000 miles for a show. In rhinestone-studded suits and custom cowboy boots, they show up and deliver their unique brand of real country music to anyone with ears to hear. They know the power of a song and most importantly how to connect with every person in the crowd. Meet them once, and they’ll never forget you. 2Country4Nashville is pure showbiz, with bells and whistles and silly antics on stage. But, in all seriousness, it’s much more. It’s two people singing their hearts out, with one twangy electric guitar, a tambourine, and a stomp board — inviting the world to sing along. And we all could use a little more of that. Written by Trisha Leone Sandora
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