Ty Walker and the Humanoids: Old-fashioned alien electronic country

SIERRA CISTONE for the Missoulian

Aliens have come to Earth to save the world by playing electronic country music.

That’s according to Ty Walker, lead singer and guitar player in the band Ty Walker and the Humanoids. The concept band is Montana-based, but Walker says he and the band members split their time between Earth and the multiverse.

If you go

Izaak Opatz and Ty Walker and the Humanoids will play Monk’s Bar on Thursday, May 25. Doors at 7 p.m. $10. 

The band has a rather elaborate and complicated backstory that goes a little something like this:

In 1972, Walker was minding his own business when he was abducted by aliens. The aliens stole him from Earth because they needed someone to sing in their band and they have come to learn that country music may be the key to saving the multiverse.

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