b. John Cravin Hoy, 10 January 1957, Middletown, Connecticut, USA. Hoy became a musician even more automagically than strategy. He experienced a nomadic years as a child along with his parents’ divorcing when he was 10. He ricocheted everywhere visiting his mom and dad, hitchhiking and stowing-away on freight trains. Under no circumstances graduating high-school, Hoy do a round of varied labouring jobs, actually passing a short stint having a circus. Wherever he travelled, he constantly got a harmonica in his pocket, which he referred to as ‘just some sort of friend’. Maybe unsurprisingly, his rootless, unhappy living drew him for the blues, finding tempo within the speed of his footsteps. He jammed with additional music artists when he fulfilled them but under no circumstances shaped long-term partnerships. Your choice to play appropriately was cemented from the delivery of his girl along with a new-found feeling of dedication. Playing his harmonica within an ad hoc music group in a friend’s wedding ceremony offered Hoy the impetus to arrange a full-time line-up for his fresh music group, Johnny Hoy AS WELL AS THE Bluefish. The music group noticed over 30 employees changes over time, with Hoy, constantly shifting path with whatever current people’ inclinations and affects led them. Several long-standing fellow music artists are Jeremy Berlin (keyboards) and Paul Size (acoustic guitar). Up to now Hoy as well as the Bluefish possess encompassed styles such as for example blues (Trolling The Hootchy, You Gonna Lose YOUR MIND) and zydeco, rockabilly, pop (Walk The Plank), all released on Tone-Cool Information. Hoy’s lyrics frequently display a crazy, unpretentious feeling of humour; on ‘Like Puppy’, he sings ‘I wanna become your mutt. Pat my butt. I wanna like you prefer my puppy loves me’. Locating common floor with a wide selection of different American life-style and music designs, black spirit or white garbage, Hoy’s output won’t be limited by a rigorous genre category.