Country music artist Stephan Hogan comes from the small town of Cameron Park, in the foothills of Sacramento, California. His song “Let’s Get Loud,” was featured on CMT’s “Redneck Island,” within six months of its release. He has opened for major country artists, and his music is played on several radio stations. He was recently featured on “The Opening Act” with Dominick Allan and Country Rebel, where his acoustic performance of John Denver’s “Country Road” received more than 70,000 views in the first 24 hours. In addition, Stephan won a coveted top five finalist spot in the Guitar Center Presents On Stage with Vince Gill Competition for 2016.
Stephan Hogan is focused, 100%, on pursuing the musical aspirations that took root at a young age. Stephan started strumming the guitar at just 5 years old and soon thereafter started his career in performing while singing “Let It Be” by The Beatles. It was then that the lights left their mark on the soul of a young 5th grader; and his destiny was set.
Growing up listening to musical influences like The Eagles with his dad, Stephan’s roots in country music were just taking ground. It wasn’t until he attended his first country music concert by Tim McGraw that he grasped on to the easy, honest, and genuine culture of country music.
After spending time in Nashville, touring and gleaning from successful artists, Stephan decided to bring a bit of Nashville back home. With his growing fan base and show schedule, he’s reaching an untapped market of loyal, California based country music fans.
Influenced by the likes of Thomas Rhett, The Eagles, and The Cadillac Three, Stephan Hogan engineers and produces all of his own music. In addition to performing, Stephan also owns and operates, Tone King Guitar Instruction. Music is his business, his goal, and his passion.