Home Grown

Home Grown was an American rock band formed in 1994 in Orange County, California. They released three full-length albums and several EPs before disbanding in 2005. Their music is often characterized as pop punk, lyrically favoring humor and silly or satirical subjects.

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Connection (EP) - Track Listing
... Home Grown - "Promise Breaker" Limbeck - "29 Times" Home Grown - "Single All the Way" Limbeck - "Invisible" Home Grown - "She Don't Care" Limbeck - "Rush Hour in Logtown" ...
Zac Brown Band - Formation
... In 2003, Brown started his own label, called Home Grown (today, it is called Southern Ground for legal reasons) ... Brown Band released its second independent album, Home Grown ... Additionally, Hopkins also co-produced the Home Grown album ...
Örebro SK - History - A Fresh Restart (2007–)
... After a summer signing of home grown talent Abgar Barsom (previously with city rivals BK Forward) and the sacking of coach Patrick Walker, Örebro's form ... Profiles like Larsen and Barsom left the club, but two other home grown talents were brought back to town, Magnus Kihlberg and Samuel Wowoah ... he just missed out of the world cup squad), Michael Almebäck and home-grown talent Marcus Astvald (both of which earned selections to the U-21 Sweden squad) ...

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