Home Grown are a pop-punk band from Orange County, California and are a fan-favorite on Drive-Thru Records.
Originally Ska-punkers Home Grown formed in 1993 in Orange County, California. Comprising singer/bassist Adam Lohrbach, singer/guitarist John E. Trash (now going by his real name John Tran), guitarist Ian Cone and drummer Bob Herco, the group debuted in 1995 with "Face in the Crowd", a track on the memorable Liberation Records compilation Punk Sucks; the seminal Orange County label then issued Home Grown's full-length debut, That's Business, later that same year. The EP Wusappaning?! followed in 1996, after which the group signed to major-label Outpost to release 1998's Act Your Age. Connections followed two years later. Since then they have signed with Drive-Thru Records and have released an album "Kings of Pop" and an EP "When It All Comes Down" with new guitarist Dan Hammond and drummer Darren Reynolds.