In November 2007, the duo released their second album: Way Back Home: Live from New York City
The Album is a live album and was released along with a DVD.
In 2006 The Wreckers got nominated for a Grammy as Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal.
Jessica Harp and Michelle Branch teamed up at a time, when both tried to relaunch their solo careers.
Songs, discographies, and other stories can be found on their mp3.com entry.
On September 29th 2006 their album Stand Still, Look Pretty reached Gold status.
The Wreckers are only the second female duo that ever managed to reach number one on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart.
The Wreckers are the second band ever that managed to reach number one chart position on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart with a debut single.
The Wreckers were nominated for a Country Music Award in 2006 in the category Vocal Duo of the Year.
On September 27th 2006 they performed in New York City on the SELF Magazine party for a good cause: The awareness of Breast Cancer.
On August 28th 2006 the debut single Leave the pieces reached the top of the Country Mediabase and R&R charts.
Michelle Branch was born on July 7th 1983 in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Jessica Harp was born on February 3rd 1982 in Kansas City, Missouri.
The Wreckers' debut album, Stand Still, Look Pretty, was released on May 23, 2006.
Michelle Branch: Jessica and I have talked about how the Wreckers are like my chance to start over at a new school, but it's special for both of us. We're in it together.
(about joining The Wreckers)
Jessica Harp: I get to sing with my best friend, what could be better than that?
(why she joined The Wreckers)
Michelle Branch: Toward the end of my last solo tour I was trying to figure out what else I might want to do, so I started thinking about making the organic singer/songwriter country type of record I'd always wanted to do.
(about Jessica Harp)
Michelle Branch: She will toast a plain bagel and she puts peanut butter and jelly and Cheetos, and she eats it!
Jessica Harp: To see our hard work in getting this project off the ground result in my first #1 as an artist could not be more meaningful.
(about their first single)
Jessica Harp: It's an amazing feeling to have our debut single go number one, especially getting to share it with my dear friend.
(about the success of their first single):
Jessica Harp: The stars have aligned, and it feels good to be a Wrecker.
(about their album Stand Still, Look Pretty)
Michelle Branch: I've learned so much in the year and a half Jess and I have ben trying to get this record off the ground. We had many moments of doubt, but in the end we still stuck to our guns. I can finally say that I have made an album without compromising anything. And as much as this was a pain in the ass... it was so worth it.