Kelly Hogan

Jazz Singer

Kelly Hogan was born in Atlanta, GA on January 11th, 1965 and is the Jazz Singer. At the age of 59, Kelly Hogan biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 11, 1965
United States
Place of Birth
Atlanta, GA
59 years old
Zodiac Sign
Singer, Songwriter
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Kelly Hogan Life

Kelly Hogan (born January 11, 1965) is an American singer-songwriter best known for her appearances with Neko Case's backing band as well as her solo projects.

Early and personal life

Hogan was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the granddaughter of a Vietnam War Army helicopter pilot who went on to become a policeman. Hogan's parents divorced, with her mother remarrying and relocating to Rutledge, Georgia, while her father, who lived in Douglasville, Georgia, as of 2012.

Hogan is the oldest sister in her family. She has younger brothers. None of Hogan's relatives are musicians. Hogan and her siblings spent the majority of their time with her grandmother in her apartment in midtown/downtown Atlanta, where they listened to country music station WPLO. Music was always playing in her own house as well. She attended high school in Douglasville, Georgia. Although painfully shy, Hogan auditioned for chorus and performed at All State Chorus every year. Hogan began singing in bars when she was in high school, in addition to being involved in chorus and drama.

Hogan also goes by the name "Hogan" often. She is a huge dog lover and used to serve in bars and tours with her late dog Augie. "Singers get all the spitsy," Hogan has a Jim Stacy lower-back tattoo that says, "singers get all the pussy." Hogan returned to Chicago's Humboldt Park neighborhood in 2016 after living in Evansville, Wisconsin, for eight years.


Kelly Hogan Career

Musical career

Hogan appeared with the cabaret, country, jazz, and punk band The Jody Grind (a Cabbagetown, Georgia, band formed by Bill Taft), singing on their full lengths (1990) and Lefty's Deceiver (1992). Robyn Hitchcock, a guitarist, appeared on Jody Grind. After two of the group's members were killed in a car crash, the group disbanded.

Hogan formed indie rock band Rock*A*Teens, another Cabbagetown band, on their 1996 album and 1997 full-length Cry. Kelly Hogan performed guitar and sang backing vocals in the band from 1994 to 1997. Hogan left the Rock*A*Teens and moved from Atlanta to Chicago after the release of Cry.

The Whistle Only Dogs Can Hear, Will Oldham's debut solo album, was released in 1996 and featured will Oldham and Vic Chesnutt's songs.

In 2000, Hogan released Beneath the Country Underdog, her first Bloodshot Records record. Jon Langford's album, "brilliantly intuitive readings of other people's songs," was published by the publisher (Mekons, Waco Brothers). The Pine Valley Cosmonauts were her back-up band.

Since It Feel Good, Hogan and former Sugar bassist David Barbe's second solo Bloodshot released in 2001. "Principably an interpreter, capable of wringing more from a cover than most people can find in their own work," Hogan said on the record at the time of its debut, although she wrote two songs (with Andy Hopkins) on the record.

Before 2006, Kelly Hogan was the subject of a large fan club page and mailing list.

On ANTI, Hogan's most recent solo record and first in 11 years, I Like To Keep Myself in Pain, was released in 2013. Andrew Bird, Vic Chesnutt, Jon Langford, Stephin Merritt, M. Ward, and others produced the album, which is either written for her or selected for her by songwriters Andrew Bird, Vic Chesnutt, M. Ward, and others. Robyn Hitchcock wrote the title track. "A dream-team band" was assembled for this album: organist Booker T. Jones, drummer James Gadson (Bill Withers, Beck), bassist Gabe Roth (The Dap-Kings), guitarist Scott Ligon (NRBQ). They appeared at EastWest Studios (Pet Sounds) in Hollywood, California, where they sang of "Pet Sounds."

Hogan appears occasionally in Chicago, often with accompanying musicians such as Nora O'Connor and Andy Hopkins, as well as with the Flat Five.

Hogan joined singer-songwriter Neko Case's band in 1998, recording and touring with the band as a vocalist. As of 2014, Hogan joined Case for a tour. "We struck it off right away when we met," Neko Case's continued relationship: "We struck it off right away." We just used the same words." On the charity comedy album 2776 (2014), Hogan and Case sing "These Aren't the Droids." Case was joined by Hogan and Nora O'Connor in the song "Bad Luck" and accompanying video from Case's 2018 album Hell-On.

Hogan appeared on the tour in 2015 as a backing singer on the Decemberists' What a Wonderful World, What a Beautiful World album, and also performed on the tour to support the album's announcement. On the Decemberists' album I'll Be Your Girl and the album's subsequent supporting tour, Hogan also performed backing vocals.

Will Oldham, Matt Pond PA, Amy Ray, Giant Sand, Archer Prewitt, Alejandro Escovedo, Jakob Dylan, and Tortoise are among other things on record by Hogan.

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