Single November 5, 2021
LP April 15, 2022
Only available on our website or at a live show!
EP April 15, 2018
Single Oct 21, 2020
Single April15, 2020
Single December 19, 2019
Single September 13, 2019
The Ordinary Two and Muchly Suchwise collaboration EP release Jan 1 2021
Upbeat! Danceable! Horns! Includes our much-requested "Siblings" plus a full band version of "I Was Wrong" and a disco-rock take on "The Sea".
"...an Indie-Pop dog chewin' on a Jazz bone."
Come hear the extraordinary sounds of The Ordinary Two! A duo from Denver, CO whose creation has been a long time in the making. Guitarist Jim Disner, who has shared the stage with jazz greats like Stanley Jordan and Ron Miles, joins his wife, vocalist Tanya Disner, in laid-back, acoustic, indie-pop, with a lot of jazz flavor and sweet vocal harmonies.
Jim fell in love with Tanya when he first heard her sing. Theirs is a story of inspiring love and overcoming odds. Sultry vocals and fancy fretwork spin tales of life, love and the open road in a unique Alternative/Folk/Jazz blend of simultaneously humorous, inspiring, and mournful original songs - along with some unexpected covers. Together they harmonize like only soul-mates can
With the 2018 release of their self-titled EP "The Ordinary Two" the duo began performing across the country, travelling in their DIY-converted camper/touring/mobile studio van they named Werner. In 2019 the touring continued, along with the release of the double-single "Lesser Travelled Road / We're not Gonna Take It".
When the pandemic cancelled all of their shows in 2020, they streamed "Couch Concerts" online. For 13 months they performed from home or wherever they were to keep their sanity. You sit on your couch and they will entertain you! They also kept busy recording and releasing the singles - "When The World Stops Ending", "DMV", and "Find You".
A collaboration EP with the retro-R&B horn-band, Muchly Suchwise, in 2021 brought a new take on three of their songs, also a partial return to live performances.
Their latest single, "Change", is a haunting lament of the struggle to stay above the abyss while watching the world change before your eyes. Ever knowing that Love is the answer.
The two lovebirds are optimistic for 2022 - promising one studio, and one live-ish LP, and a (hopefully) full return to touring and live performances.