Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker have spent the past 20 years fashioning their own roadmap to success. Ask most anyone playing Homegrown and you’ll hear success is defined by having people care about your art. Success is having a chance to play for an audience and feel a connection; to have someone look forward to your next show or album. Low may have achieved the kind of success that few will likely realize (world tours, record contracts, a Gap commercial) but at the end of the day their ambition is to make music that connects with an audience and they’ve been remarkably successful in doing so. Sparhawk and Parker released Ones and Sixes in September, their third album with bassist Steve Garrington.
8pm Wed 5/4 at Clyde Iron Works