Benjamin Teague
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Benjamin Teague

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States | SELF

Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States | SELF
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Mandolin on the track Die with My Boots on- From the Orbitsuns' album, First Drink of the Day
available at :
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/orbitsuns3
http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/first-drink-of-the-day/id376527410

Self released album with Middlehill
Single Available Soon

Self Released Album by Elliott Earls and the Venomous Sons of Jonah from the Album, The Sessions at Christ Church Cranbrook.
Available at:
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/earlsvsof
http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/elliott-earls-the-venomous/id152346360

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Benjamin Teague will be touring the East Coast, traveling to New York, Philadelphia, Maryland, North and South Carolina during the month of August.

This Summer has been busy with solo wedding performances in Indianapolis and Detroit, as well as many sideman jobs in Michigan. He has been writing new song to showcase on this new tour, and will be in the studio through September and October.

Born in Durham, North Carolina, Benjamin moved through the Carolinas, Tennessee, Washington, DC, Maryland, Kentucky, New York, Michigan taking the music with him. Raised in the church, educated in public schools throughout the South, where the most important extra-curricular activities were marching bands and football, Benjamin took up the mandolin after hearing a mixed tape in his brother’s car with a singer/songwriter who would become the most important musical influence on him for the next few years. While continuing to move around, Benjamin joined the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra then the Louisville Mandolin Orchestra. It was with these groups that exposure to the great and often obscure American Mandolin Songbook led him into deeper and deeper study of the Mandolin