From: WY, United States
Hub not only sings the songs of the cowboy, he grew up living the life. He was born near Thermopolis, Wyoming and moved with his family to different ranches throughout the region. Hub traveled from 1990 through 1993, playing music full time. During the summer of 1992, he opened for Chris LeDoux in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah. Hub traveled to New York City and played in downtown Manhattan. He was also featured in Grass Valley, California that fall. During the next few years, Hub opened for, and appeared on stage with, such acts as Baxter Black, Riders of the Purple Sage, Jean Prescott, and Brenn Hill. An accomplished songwriter, Hub has won awards from American Songwriter Magazine for his compositions, "One More Rodeo" and "When the Nighthawk Hollered Horses." His music has been recorded by artists in Montana, Wyoming, and Nebraska. Hub is currently working on his third album, writing songs, teaching his son to play the guitar, writing poetry, and performing throughout the year. True to his roots, he continues to cowboy when he can.