NPR Singer-songwriter Will Hoge makes his fourth visit to Mountain Stage, recorded live in Charleston, W.V. With his mix of heartland rock, soul and country, Hoge’s powerful voice, songwriting chops and relentless touring schedule have earned him tremendous respect among his peers. His song “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” has become a mainstream radio
Will Hoge on Rock the Boat 2012! Look for more videos from the cruise! via YouTube
Will Hoge made his late night debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live on January 10th, 2012. If you missed the show, don’t worry we’ve got the clips right here! Will performed “Fool’s Gonna Fly,” and “Too Old To Die Young.” If you haven’t picked up your copy of Will Hoge’s new album NUMBER SEVEN click here
Nashville Roots Rocker Releases New Album, Number Seven by Craig Shelburne – CMT For more than a decade, Will Hoge has stood as one of Nashville’s most reliable rock ‘n’ rollers. Yet, as a native, he couldn’t escape the country music influence — not that he wanted to. “I think that artists can really live
Roughstock.com Will Hoge is one of the rare natives sons of Nashville, TN and while his brand of music – heartland rock – wasn’t exactly mainstream country music when he started out, the genre has made its way to him, at least a little bit. Take a look at this brand new video for the
Nashville singer/songwriter Will Hoge premieres his video for “When I Get My Wings,” the first single off his upcoming album, today on CMT. Hoge’s seventh studio album, NUMBER SEVEN, will be released on Sept. 27 on Ryko. For the song, Hoge found inspiration in an obituary he read about a 50-plus-year marriage. The video illustrates
So the last week has been incredibly busy and even more exciting. We started last Wednesday with an acoustic performance of 6 new songs from the album. This was for press folks and we did it at the Standard in Nashville. They have this killer new venue that reminds me of an old speak easy.