Ted Drozdowski & Scissormen’s incomparable energy have playful spirit that is forged by a shared vision of deeply rooted contemporary American music. Give Scissormen’s Ted Drozdowski and Matt Snow a guitar, a drum kit and an audience and they will do something you don’t expect — from summoning the ghosts of the Mississippi Delta and hill country to casting a psychedelic trance to standing on top of your table and using every glass, knife, fork, or cell phone to play six-string slide and percussion--nothing is off limits. Drozdowski has been on the American blues scene for 30 years while living in Boston, MA, and received the Blues Foundation’s Keeping the Blues Alive Award for Journalism in 1998--all the while he was also an active musician. More recently, he produced Peter Parcek 3’s 2010 The Mathematics of Love, which received a Blues Music Awards nomination for Best Debut Album. His passion for music holds no bounds. Even though the band has since relocated to their Nashville home base to culivate some Mississippi grooves, we are very happy to welcome them back while they are on tour to Boston for a well deserved homecoming.