Guitarist, vocalist/songwriter Doug Hoekstra, who also was raised in Chicago, started taking part in in garage rings as an adolescent. Between 1989 and 1991, he was an associate from the Chicago-based group Bucket No. 6. The music group released the Compact disc On top of the Hog in 1991. Hoekstra recollects that Bucket No. 6 was an alt-country music group before there is this type of term, influenced by Graham Parsons, Johnny Money, and Hank Williams. The users of Bucket No. 6 relocated to Austin in 1991, where they lasted for approximately annually before splitting up. Hoekstra came back to Chicago and started to contemplate a single profession. In 1994, Hoekstra released Once the Tubes Commence to Glow, his 1st single work. He also relocated to Nashville in 1994, citing a desire to have a big change of landscapes. “I didn’t wish to do it again myself,” Hoekstra says. “I didn’t need to get into the routine of heading back towards the same locations and engaging in exactly the same comfy scenario as before. And Nashville’s an excellent town for any songwriter. There are a great number of music artists there who are accustomed to dealing with other people and also have a specialist attitude about points. Everyone in Nashville has recently done their music group thing, so a lot of the music artists are available to dealing with different varieties of music.” Hoekstra’s second recording, Rickety Stairs, found its way to 1996. This record gained a Nashville Music Honor nomination for Greatest Folk Album. Help to make Me Believe, his third launch, arrived in 1999. With this recording, Hoekstra found a Western distributor within the U.K. label Circular Tower. Hoekstra’s most recent record, Round the Margins, found its way to March 2001 on Inbetweens, a label located in Holland that also distributes within the U.S. The rest of 2001 discovered him occupied with another two produces (one live, and another on Inbetweens) and a thorough tour of THE UK, Ireland, and holland during Oct and November. Hoekstra after that sequestered himself in his house studio where, alongside George Marinelli, he done Waiting around, his 2003 discharge for Georgia structured Paste Records.