American country music singer and songwriter Will Hoge is known for his Americana music tinged with Southern Rock and Alternative Country tidings.

Hoge is currently based in Nashville, Tennesse, the capital of Country music. The city is not far from home, as the country singer was born in Franklin, Tennessee, a 30-minute drive south of Nashville.

Hoge comes from a musical family, as his musician father and uncles influenced his sound, especially the extensive record collection his father had. His grandfather was a jazz musician. 

Hoge also has a musician brother who tried his hand at country music with a pop twinge. Josh Hoge released two albums, Everything She Was and This Holiday, to middling reviews in 2008 and 2009, respectively, and promptly exited the music industry.

Will Hoge has had more success than his brother, releasing eleven studio albums, four EPs, six live albums, and eight singles. Hoge has gained a reputation as something of an Indie darling among country fans and critics. 

Hoge's touring band consists of Thom Donovan on lead guitar and backing vocals, Allen Jones on drums and percussion, and Christopher Griffiths on Bass.

Here Are Some Quick Facts About Will Hoge

Net Worth:$1.5 Million
Profession:Singer-Songwriter, Musician
Instruments: Vocals, Guitars, Harmonica
Date of Birth:November 14, 1972
Place of Birth:Franklin, Tennessee
Years Active:1998 - Present

Will Hoge's Motor Cycle Accident And Health Update

On August 20, 2008, country singer Will Hoge was involved in a motorcycle accident.

Hoge was leaving a studio session for his next album, "The Wreckage," when he would have his own.


As the country singer was traveling north on Main Street in East Nashville at about 8 p.m., a van traveling southbound while turning into 712 Main St failed to yield to Hoge's motorcycle, and the two vehicles collided.

Hoge's motorcycle collided with the van's passenger side, and he was immediately admitted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in critical condition.

The health professionals sent Hoge into surgery immediately upon arrival as he had numerous broken bones in his ribs, femur, which was shattered, knee caps, sternum, and shoulder blades. 

He also had lacerations to his face, torso, and arms which required over 200 stitches. It would take two whole days of surgery for Hoge's condition to be upgraded to stable.

The police found no alcohol and drugs in his system and called it a freak accident. 

The year following his accident, Hoge underwent numerous surgical procedures focused on his shattered femur and leg and intensive physical therapy.

The singer postponed work on his next album and delayed his tour dates until spring 2009. Hoge has thankfully made a full recovery since then.

Will Hoge Wife -Is He Married?

No, Will Hoge is not married and is yet to have a wife nor is he in a relationship, as the country singer has been focused on his career all his life.

As someone who has grown up in music, developed a deep appreciation for music, and decided early on he wanted a music career, Hoge has dedicated his life to pursuing country and rock and roll.


Hugo set on his path while in college. Hoge went to Western Kentucky University, where he majored in history while planning to become a high school teacher and basketball coach.

While in college, the seed of the idea of Rock and Roll that had been planted in childhood flowered, and he wanted to try his hand at rock and roll and began writing music.

Realizing this, Hoge left university and set out to become a musician. Hoge started a band soon after called Spoonful in the mid-1990s, with whom he released an EP called Tales Begin to Spin.

Unfortunately, the EP was not picked up by any label, and Hoge set out to conquer country music alone.

How Much Is Will Hoge's Net Worth?

Country singer-songwriter Will Hoge has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million earned throughout his long career.

Hoge has been in the music industry for multiple decades. Starting after the failure of his band in 1998, Hoge has trucked along for two decades, releasing albums with no care for critical and commercial acclaim.

The only thing that matters to Will Hoge is the music itself. He has independently released his albums, worked with Atlantic Records and Rykodisc Records, and returned to independently releasing music.

Hoge has turned religiously throughout his career alone and with other artists, most notably Keith Urban, Sheryl Crow, and Mike Ness, lead singer of the punk rock band Social Distortion.

Hoge has opened for bands such as Needtobreathe, Sugarland, and Michelle Branch.

The country singer's hard work and dedication have earned him fans and a steady paycheck.

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