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2/3 Goat (pronounced: Two Thirds Goat) is a band out of NYC. Fronted by lead singers Annalyse McCoy & Ryan Dunn, the band's melding of alt-country, bluesy bluegrass and classic rock echo the core members' diverse roots: Annalyse descended directly from the infamous McCoys of Eastern Kentucky, and Ryan deeply rooted in the beach culture of southern New Jersey.

2/3 Goat's album Stream of Conscience and their music video of the title track have gained them recognition & features from outlets such as The Huffington Post, AOL Music, New York Music Daily, and others. They were chosen as one of the top 10 bands out of over 3,500 in competition to perform in The Outlaw Roadshow at SXSW 2013 hosted by Adam Duritz of The Counting Crows and Ryan Spaulding of Ryan's Smashing Life.

July 2014 saw the release of 2/3 Goat's latest single, "It's in the Blood," available digitally worldwide. The song was recorded at The Sanctuary in Nashville, and features guitarist Jesse Isley (Will Hoge). 2/3 Goat has played on stage with such artists as Kathy Mattea, Trent Wagler of The Steel Wheels, Big Kenny of Big & Rich, and Daniel Martin Moore.

The band is teaming up with two producers for a unique recording project in 2015; they will be digitally releasing 2-3 songs every two months until a full-length album is completed by the end of the year; at which point they will be releasing the entire record in physical form. They are teaming up with two producers for this project: "Sonic Wizard" Charles Martinez (Keith Richards, Willie Nelson, Steely Dan, On the Town Broadway soundtrack); and Scott Sharrard, guitar player and music director for Gregg Allman, touted as Allman's "Secret Weapon [+]
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