That's All I Need, an album by Twice As Good, released in 2014. Nominated for the 2015 Native American Music Awards and the Independent Music Awards. Featured on B.B. King's Bluesville station SiriusXM. Popular tracks include "Everything's Gonna Be All Right," title track "That's All I Need," "Where Do We Go From Here," and "Wang Dang Doodle."
Released in 2012, the album's opening track "Good Evening, Good Night" was awarded Blues Song of the Year at the 2013 Indian Summer Music Awards in Milwaukee, WI as part of the annual Indian Summer Festival. Other popular tracks are the remake of Matt "Guitar" Murphy's "The Blues Don't Bother Me" and 2XG's favorite ZZ Top/John Lee Hooker style show closer "Shake Your Hips".
Released in 2009, this album sprung 2XG onto the national spotlight when it won the 2010 Native American Music Awards (Nammys) Blues Album of the Year (Best Blues Recording). Top tracks include "Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You," a true story about traveling down to Mississippi called "Clarksdale," and the hip-hop style "Recession".
Live At Pala Casino 2007 - CD
Rare copy available on Amazon: Twice As Good - Live at Pala Casino 2007 - Amazon.com Music
Cover to Cover - CD
Released in 2006. Out of print, available digitally on iTunes and Amazon. A collection of cover versions of classic Blues, R&B, Rock & Roll, and ballads.
2XG - CD
Released in 2005. Twice As Good's official debut album. Out of print, available digitally on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify. A collection of original Blues and Rock cut in a live studio session all in one day at Laughing Coyote Studios in Redwood Valley, CA which the band had received the free studio session time after winning a battle of the bands contest in 2004 at Coyote Valley Casino.