Hailed by Rolling Stone for their "celebratory mix of sharp storytelling and fist-pumping rock & roll swagger," Andrew Leahey & The Homestead are modern-day torchbearers of a genre championed by heartland heroes like Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen. It's an anthemic sound that's taken Leahey around the world, from sold-out shows in Norway and Mexico to an ongoing string of American tours. The band breaks new ground with "American Static," an ambitious double album grounded in riff-driven rock, classic power-pop, '80s revivalism, and contemporary Americana. Meanwhile, in addition to his work as an acclaimed frontman, the Nashville-based Leahey remains a sought-after lead guitarist who regularly tours with outlaw country icon Elizabeth Cook and has backed everyone from Butch Walker to Will Hoge, all while maintaining an award-winning career as a music journalist.
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Thursday August 4th from 10:10 PM - 11:00 PMat Lawrence Lawn Main Stage
Friday August 5th from 7:30 PM - 8:20 PMat Emmetts Main Stage (Outdoor)
Saturday August 6th from 4:05 PM - 4:55 PMat Spats Stage (Outdoor)
Sunday August 7th from 3:25 PM - 4:15 PMat Appleton Beer Factory