Born in Britain, a Thaddeus Hogarth played piano when he was about seven years and switched to acoustic guitar when he was 9. The aspiring musician performed classical music for approximately five years before switching to guitar, playing pop/rock and roll and reggae. His early affects had been Stevie Wonder, the Isley Brothers, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Globe, Wind & Fireplace, Joan Armatrading, Bob Marley, Chicago, José Feliciano, Metal Pulse, UNDER-DEVELOPED — a wide range of designs and sounds. Elevated in the Western world Indies, Hogarth performed in hotel rings on the isle of St. Kitts carrying out Top 40 addresses. He also performed in funk rings in Miami, FL, in the first ’80s in addition to some rock and roll rings. Also in the first ’80s, in Boston, he used some significant reggae groupings — Jah Heart, Danny Tucker — after that moving to some band that produced a tiny splash in the first ’90s, the ROCK Horns, sticking to that ensemble because the primary vocalist/songwriter/guitarist until 1994. Thaddeus was students at Berklee University of Music between 1984 and 1988, ultimately teaching at that esteemed establishment, with 2005 getting his fifth calendar year being a faculty member. Beginning in 2003 he started dealing with the Bose Company, which led to their sponsoring an record, Live at Bose, documented before an audience on the facility in the well-known “Bose Hill” in Framingham, MA. His very own recordings have a geniune audio perfecting his technique while generating lots of the songs for ROCK Horns and branching out to oversee a complete album for vocalist Jules Ellison, a female created in Liverpool, Britain, who has resided in the U.S. for the better section of 2 decades. Acclaimed in Billboard journal, The Boston World, National General public Radio, along with other press, Hogarth has come up with a “powerhouse device” that performs severe funk-rock R&B. The lineup contains drumkit and percussion virtuoso Joey Scrima, who spent some time working with Connie Stevens and David Benoit, bassist Wesley Wirth — previously with Chuck Mangione and Bob Moses, and key pad/support vocalist David Sparr. Hogarth’s materials has been presented in film soundtracks just like the Orphan and Steve Rosenberg’s Viewing Mrs. Pomerantz, in addition to shows of MTV’s Undressed as well as the Osbournes. Thaddeus and his music group have distributed the expenses with famous brands such legends as Tower of Power, Johnny Winter season, and, when with ROCK Horns, Peter Wolf. Like a sideman, Thaddeus offers performed with virtuosos Kenwood Dennard and Tony “Thunder” Smith.