Homegrown crowds get to indulge in a multi-layered musical experience whenever Teague Alexy takes the stage. He has been known to incorporate a wide variety of instruments and often adds band members to the stage as the night goes on, creating a potluck of sound. While he’s best known for his music — either teaming with his brother Ian in the Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank or under his own name with a variety of backing bands — he also dabbles in rhyming folktales, having released a book called The New Folklore: Lyrical Tales for Dreamers & Thinkers in October. His band for Homegrown is expected to include Matt Mobley on bass, Tyler Dubla on drums and probably a few surprises.
7pm Wed 5/4 at Clyde Iron Works