Music has been running through Whitney Hogan's veins ever since she can remember. It's been told that she was singing from her car seat very early on. From the children's car seat to the stage, it's been a long ride. Her career started when singing for...
Music has been running through Whitney Hogan's veins ever since she can remember. It's been told that she was singing from her car seat very early on. From the children's car seat to the stage, it's been a long ride. Her career started when singing for free cookies in the mall, which led to many a cappella performances at family gatherings. Then, singing in talent shows throughout her school years, and when old enough to get in, she was playing at the local open mic nights revealing her own songs. Attending college at what is now Fullsail University, a private college for the media arts, she received her major in Entertainment Business, with a minor in Recording Arts. Wanting to learn every aspect of the business, she dove in full force. Now, her debut album, "Revolutionize" has exceeded her expectations, thanks to her producer, Andy Anderson. "He took a chance when he committed to doing this project with me. Only having met one time prior to the start of the album, he didn't really know the extent of my determination, or even if I could truly write a song worth listening to," said the Florida native. "I was so blessed to be led in his direction. We hit it off immediately." Both having a love for Rock-N-Roll and Country music, the songs started flowing and morphing into complete beings. The album takes you on a journey from the beginning with the title track, "Revolutionize", about making a change and being care-free, to the reggae beat of "All-American Retro Queen," a tribute to the great legendary musicians and singers of the 60's and 70's, to the soothing piano ride in "Peace." An array of genres is covered on this expedition through a new sound Whitney has created for herself and anyone who has the pleasure of hearing this original album. Coming from a talented singer/songwriter who has the potential and the will power to break down every barrier and come crashing onto the scene, we'll be hearing from her from now on and for many years to come.
Wine Not Wednesday with Ricky Diamond, Whitney Hogan & Jamesson in Concert! by Join us for our Monthly Wine Not Wednesday Party at the College Park Store! Free Drinks, Music, Food and Insanity!! You survived our Spring Fling/Wine Not Wednesday Bash, but the insanity continues on Wednesday, March 3rd from 6-9pm at our College Park Location as we bring you another installment of Wine Not Wednesday! This month's event will feature live performances by Local Musicians Ricky Diamond, Whitney Hogan and Jamesson!
As always, we'll have Free Wine & Dechoe Alcoholic Punch as well as Complimentary Lite Bites from our good friends at Black Bean Deli! You can also snag some sweet deals on the best Vintage and Resale Clothing in town.
So grab a few friends and join us for a night of music, fun, shopping and madness!