Gary Hoey (born August 23, 1960) is an American hard rock and latterly blues rock guitarist, singer and songwriter. He has recorded over 20 albums and had five Top 20 Billboard hits. Hoey was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, United States. At fourteen, Hoey often lingered outside Boston's renowned Berklee College of Music, making friends and offering to pay for lessons.
Album Name Bug Alley. 3. Black Magic Woman. 7. Gotta Serve Somebody.
Bug Alley is another showcase for Gary Hoey's exceptional instrumental skills, but it falls short of being the crossover breakthrough he is capable of. Part of the problem is Hoey is more interested in playing guitar than recording an album. He hauls out classic rock chestnuts like "Black Magic Woman" and "Gotta Serve Somebody," "reinterpreting" them by making them blues-rock and hard-rock guitar workouts.
Album: Bug Alley, 1998. Gary Hoey awed the crowd at the 2017 Dallas International Guitar Show! Gary Hoey (Guitar and Vocals), AJ Pappas (Bass), Matt Scurfield (drums). Gary Hoey -. When talking about hidden musical jewels in today’s rock and blues scenes, we would be remiss if we neglected to bring Gary Hoey into the discussion. This incredibly talented guitar player from Boston has over 20 albums in a career spanning almost 30-years during which time he has explored virtually every musical possibility within the rock and roll genre, going from hard rock to blues and even progressive rock.
Bug Alley" is a song recorded by Gary Hoey. Named after the repair garage where Hoey rented a room to write the album, the song "Bug Alley" is a mid-tempo blues jam that features former Stray Cat Brian Setzer on guest guitar. The Best Of Gary Hoey (2004). Fade To Blues (2007). Gary Hoey - guitars, producer. Brian Setzer - guitar. Tony Franklin - bass. Gregg Bissonnette - drums. Dave Kaplan - executive producer. Jean-Marie Horvat - associate producer.
The Best of Gary Hoey - Студийный альбом от Gary Hoey. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 18 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:03:54. Gary Hoey - Tele Like It Is - Hocus Pocus Live. Gary Hoey - Shake & Stomp (Part II). American Made - Gary Hoey. Peter Green - Black Magic Women (Jam Track).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Tribal War Babies|
|3||Black Magic Woman|
Guitar [Special Guest] – Brian Setzer
|7||Gotta Serve Somebody|
|11||The Green Room|
- Art Direction – Walberg Design
- Bass – Tony Franklin
- Drums – Gregg Bissonette
- Engineer – Roy Thomas Baker
- Engineer [Additional] – Brad Haehnel (tracks: 5)
- Executive Producer – Dave Kaplan
- Guitar, Vocals – Gary Hoey
- Mastered By – Doug Schwartz
- Mixed By – Roy Thomas Baker
- Photography – Bob Burchess
- Producer – Roy Thomas Baker
NotesRecorded at RTB Studios, Lake Havasu, AZ.
Additional engineering on "Bug Alley" at The Complex - Los Angeles, CA.
Mastered at Audio Mechanics.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 08631 77432 3
|SD-67102-2||Gary Hoey||Bug Alley (CD, Album)||Surfdog Records||SD-67102-2||US||1996|
|77743-4||Gary Hoey||Bug Alley (Cass, Album)||Surfdog Records||77743-4||US||1996|
|none||Gary Hoey||Bug Alley (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Rock Guitar Heroes||none||Russia||1996|
|AVCB-66013||Gary Hoey||Bug Alley (CD, Promo, Smplr)||Bareknuckle||AVCB-66013||Japan||1997|
|AVCB-66013||Gary Hoey||Bug Alley (CD, Album)||Bareknuckle||AVCB-66013||Japan||1997|