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In 1993, Gary Hoey launched his career with a top five Billboard single: his cover of Hocus Pocus (Warner Bros Records). The Boston-raised guitarist followed up with the soundtrack to the surf saga, Endless Summer II (Warner/Reprise) and began his series of Ho Ho Hoey rockin’ Christmas classics. Twice featured on Hallmark’s musical holiday greeting cards and a mainstay at over 200 rock radio stations nationwide, Hoey’s Christmas records have become the standard in Holiday rock and roll everywhere,
With his 20th album, “Dust & Bones,” Hoey has forged his deep blues and rock roots into a fiery, organic, and thrilling mix that has delighted and astounded lovers of the guitar and guitar music.
“Looking back from my first album in 1992, it sure seems like I’m musically schizophrenic,” says Hoey. “But I truly believed in every style I played. I still do. I wanted to master everything-or at least try to-and every lick from every style I’ve absorbed informs everything I do today. And I love that, because all of that diversity helps me come up with riffs, licks, and melodies that are perhaps deeper and more unique than if I had stayed exclusively with one style.”
Hoey has toured and traded licks with the likes of Jeff Beck, Brian May of Queen, Joe Bonamassa, Ted Nugent, Joe Satriani, The Doobie Brothers, Foreigner, Styx, Steve Vai, Eric Johnson, Peter Frampton, Steve Morse of Deep Purple, Joe Perry of Aerosmith, Dick Dale and many more.
Hoey is listed as one of the top 100 guitarists of all time.