American & International Award Winning Songwriter & Musician:


Hailing out of the pacific NW, Tommy Hogan, is a multi talented, American electric blues and soulful original music artist, masterful guitar player, harmonicist, singer and songwriter. He has already recorded 2 critically acclaimed, award winning albums since 2011. Along with Tommy Hogan's unmatched, high energy, crowd thrilling, live performances, masterful stage musicianship, superb vocals and a strong and growing fan base, Tommy Hogan has set the mark high and has proven to be a full package, true powerhouse performing, original artist and crowd favorite who delivers a professional crowd thrilling performance that you will not forget.

Nominated 2014 and 2013 CBA Muddy Award, for Best Regional Act, 2014 for Best NW Recording for his sophomore album, "Howl Like The Wind",  and 2011 for Best New Act.  2011. Tommy Hogan's debut album "Let It Rain" was selected by the Blues Foundation in Memphis, TN (finalist) "Best Self Produced CD",  2012 IBC 1st place semifinals winner (Washington) 2012.  2014 ISC (Nashville, TN) Best Original Song Recording, beating out over 19,000 other songs and song writers around the world and was adjudicated by Kenny Wayne Sheppard, James Cotton, BB King, Tom Waits, John Hiatt, Florida Georgia Line and others in the music industry, earning Tommy Hogan International, national and regional award and recognition and putting his home base of the Pacific NW on the map.

In addition to the many thrilling peek music highlights, Tommy Hogan has shared the stage and opened for Canned Heat, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Tommy Castro Band, Bugs Henderson, John Mayer's group members, Old Crow & the Medicine Show, and he has played guitar for Curtis Salgado, Paul Delay, Paris Slim, Jim Mesi, Sonny Rhoads, Bill Rhoads, Linda Hornbuckle, and many others.
 
 
 
Recent Press / Accolades:


 
"Listening to Hogan’s guitar playing you can tell that he is well versed in the music of those legendary artists who inspired him. There are sharp glimpses of Freddie and Albert King and a heavy dose of John Lee Hooker, and he takes us from Texas to the West Coast, but all the while he lays it out in his own voice." - Greg Johnson, President, CBA


"Tommy Hogan displays an exciting, fresh and powerful, fan pleasing performance" Statesman Journal

"I was so impressed with him... Not only is he a fantastic performer, he also writes his own songs"
 - President W.W.B.Society


'' What was once said about the great Robert Johnson can be said about Tommy Hogan: He's learned so much from the masters, but he's also looking toward the future, he makes music that will ring true for the next generations. Soulful vocals, smoking guitar playing and commanding stage presence" - Paris Slim Goldwasser - Mannish Boys



 




Blues Foundation (Memphis, TN),  2012 "Best Self Produced CD" , Let It Rain,







" Howl Like The Wind is an exceptional release featuring superb musicianship and clever songwriting. Tommy Hogan may utilize the sounds of the elder blues players who first brought him to love the music, but be assured this is original and fresh material from an artist that is surely going places.."   
- Greg Johnson, President, CBA




 



 
Performing at the Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon
 










  


 
 

 







 


 






 















MEDIA PRESS QUOTES / ACCOLADES

 



"What was once said about the great Robert Johnson can be said about Tommy Hogan: He's learned so much from the masters, but he's also looking toward the future, he makes music that will ring true for the next generations. Soulful vocals, smoking guitar playing and commanding stage presence"  -  Paris Slim Goldwasser , Mannish Boys.



"I was so impressed with him... Not only is he a fantastic performer, he also writes his own songs"
President W.W.B.Society



"Tommy Hogan displays an exciting, fresh and powerful, fan pleasing performance"...
 Statesman Journal, Salem Oregon press



 "Tommy Hogan has steadily been building quite a reputation as an exciting and powerful act that is not to be missed - Blues Notes, Greg Johnson, President, Cascade Blues Association 

 

 






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