The band’s shows are high energy and allow audiences an easy escape from the day-to-day monotony, a theme that is contagious to anyone observing. The listener is able to feel those emotions with the help of the talented songwriting that is at the forefront of the band. Jenny spends a lot of time songwriting for the group, pouring her heart and soul into their catchy and heartfelt lyrics. She has collaborated with other talented songwriters including: Ryan Sorestad, Adam McDonough, Craig Wilson, Golden West, Erik Halbig, Parker McKay, Kait Weston, Brian White, Steve Pasch, Brian Sutherland, Blu Foley, and many others.
“Déjà Vu,” the title track from Two Way Crossing’s sophmore EP is a track that, in particular, has caught the eye of critics. Chuck Shultz (Country Weekly) says, "From the opening chords to the sweet sultry vocals, 'Deja Vu' may be the sexiest song you'll listen to this year." Music blogger Lisa Zimmer agrees saying, "Instantly, the electric sound grips the listener with a current country charm collided with an alternative rock vibe. A timeless combination that you can’t help but rock to; the kind that causes you to nod and shake your head from musicality, lyrics, and the way it makes you feel, re-live, and imagine.”
Two Way Crossing’s vocals vary between two and three-part harmonies which add to the freedom and uniqueness of their sound. They are pushing country music boundaries without leaving behind everything they love about the genre.
With their music and mesmerizing performances, Two Way Crossing has developed a rabidly devoted fanbase spread across the country. Those fans have already embraced the band’s brand new single, “Just Friends” and enthusiastically echo the words of Bob Oermann in saying, “Welcome to the party.”