On the front page of section D, (Timeout) arts & entertainment,
Twice As Good receives kudos for their hard work and great music.
Read the article here: The Press Democrat
Official website of Twice As Good. (2XG)
Paul & Rich Steward, the Son & Father, Native American, Ultimate Blues duo performing high energy Blues, Soul, and Rock & Roll with screaming guitar and soulful vocals backed by the 2XG band. Charlie Musselwhite calls them "The Real Deal Blues".
Accomplishments & Awards*Featured article in the Press Democrat, TimeOut section (Arts & Entertainment), Santa Rosa CA, March 7th, 2014.
*Winner of the Blues Category at the 10th Annual Indian Summer Music Awards, Milwaukee WI, September 2013.
*Great CD Review in Living Blues Magazine for album "Back To Clearlake Oaks", USA, December 2012.
*Headlining Band at the Scottsdale Culinary Festival, Scottsdale AZ, April 2012.
*Headlining Band at the Miccosukee Resort & Gaming American Indian Day Festival, Miami FL, September 2011.
*Featured article in the San Francisco Chronicle Datebook (Arts & Entertainment), San Francisco CA, January 9th, 2011.
*Winners of the "Best Blues Recording" Award, 2010, by the Native American Music Awards for the album If That's All Right With You, Niagara Falls NY, November 2010.
*Winners of the Last Band Standing Competition at Pala Casino Resort, Oceanside CA, October 2010.
*Awarded the "Best New Blues Band" Award by the West Coast Blues Hall of Fame, Oakland CA, March 2010.
*Showcased band in the River Rock Casino T.V. commercial, Northern California, September 2009.
*Featured Showcase Entertainment for the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas NV, November 2008.
*KBSC-TV Recorded Concert Broadcasts, live at Everett's Bar & Club, Crescent City CA, June 2008.
*Nominated for an "Outstanding Musical Achievement" award by First Americans in the Arts, Beverly Hills CA, March 2008.
*On the cover of "News From Native California" magazine, Fall 2007 issue, Berkeley CA, October 2007.
*Winners of the "Battle of the Bands" at Coyote Valley Casino, Redwood Valley CA, November 2004.