WISECRACKS & ROADSIDE FLATS
Summary: American stories from independent musician, author and storyteller Teague Alexy.
Carmody Irish Pub in downtown Duluth is where Eric Pollard (Actual Wolf) unapologetically approached Teague Alexy about producing his new album Circuit Sessions. Pollard had a vision of a powerful presentation of Teague's poetic songs involving Steve Garrington (Low), Jake Hanson (Haley Bonar) and engineer King J-Lar. This episode features the world premiere of Where Am I Going from Teague Alexy's album Circuit Sessions available April 4 and now avail via special preorder at TeagueAlexy.com. Other music in this episode by Jim Hall, The Dukes of Hubbard and two songs by Actual Wolf. This episode is sponsored by The Hook and Ladder Theater in Minneapolis and Carmody Irish Pub in Duluth.
Teague's new song Boardwalk Anthem was written and performed in the tradition of Jersey boardwalk rock and roll as an homage to Teague's hometown of Somers Point, New Jersey. This episode features Teague's experience recording Boardwalk Anthem in Jake Larson's Duluth studio as well as some insight into Somers Point's musical history including Levon Helm and The Hawks, Eddie and The Cruisers and Teague's own band Spilled Milk. This episode features the music of Retribution Gospel Choir, Spilled Milk (live and unreleased) and Boardwalk Anthem from Teague Alexy's new album Circuit Sessions coming out April 4, 2017 and now available through special preorder at teaguealexy.com. This episode is sponsored by Bent Paddle Brewing and DuLutsen Music Festival. firstname.lastname@example.org
The debut episode is Teague's experience with the classic Bob Dylan & The Band album The Basement Tapes. Teague first hears the album on a solo road trip and later finds himself as part of a tribute show to the album in Bob Dylan's hometown of Duluth, MN. Featuring unreleased music from Teague Alexy, Marc Gartman, Sarah Krueger, Lee Martin and Veikko Lepisto covering songs from The Basement Tapes. Sponsored by Sweet Potato Kitchen and Duluth Dylan Days Festival.