“Touring all around this country has made us better musicians and sharpened our instincts playing together,” says Teague Alexy. “We’ve been able to see the country, meet the people. We’ve played rich man’s weddings and poor man’s barbecues. We took our Jersey chidhoods, wrote some backwoods Minnesota blues and took it down south and all around to be sure we had it right. And, along the way, we became American writers.”
The Hobo Nephew’s sound has been a part of the Upper Midwest’s American roots music resurgance for the past decade. Their blend of folk, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll is uniquely their own, and celebrated by an ever growing grassroots fan base.