Police Dog Hogan

Police Dog Hogan have been building a reputation as one of the countrys finest live bands and folk country acts.

Thursday 11th April 2024
7:30pm til 11:00pm (Performance starts 8:00pm)
Minimum Age
18+

Thursday 11th April 2024
7:30pm til 11:00pm (Performance starts 8:00pm)
Minimum Age
18+

Police Dog Hogan

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Police Dog Hogan


Police Dog Hogan

Music Genres

Country/Americana | Folk


About

“Since they made their album debut back in 2010, Police Dog Hogan have been building a reputation as one of the country’s finest live bands and folk-country acts,” said Folk Radio in 2022.  “Overground is their finest hour yet.” 

After the release of their album Overground  - which spent 4 weeks on the UK Folk albums chart - Police Dog Hogan returned to steady touring, with dates taking them across the UK. The band also spent much of 2023 in the studio, releasing a new single to streaming platforms on average every three weeks - beginning with the stunning Just Breathe in April - each track produced (with the band) by George Murphy, who also produced Overground. 

Police Dog Hogan combine guitar, fiddle, banjo, trumpet and accordion with bass and drums to create a driving country-folk sound that has earned them a large live following. They’ve played dozens of festivals, many of them repeatedly, including Glastonbury, Cropredy, Black Deer,  Cornbury, Kendall Calling and the Sidmouth & Shrewsbury Folk Festivals. 

In 2020 the band released a charity Christmas single, My First Christmas Alone, along with a video. That song helped to raise over £50k for the charity Crisis and reached No1 in the iTunes country charts.

In 2018 their song Devon Brigade was nominated for best original song at the AMA-UK Awards. Overground was their first full-length release since 2017’s Wild By The Side of the Road, produced by Oysterband’s Al Scott, which spent several weeks in the Official UK Americana charts. The tour supporting that album culminated in a sold out show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire. 

In 2014 PDH were one of only three UK bands invited to Nashville to perform at the prestigious Americana Music Association Awards, where DJ Bob Harris – in town for the awards – snapped them up for a recording that has become one of the most-watched YouTube videos on his “Under the Apple Tree Sessions” channel.

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106 High Street, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7JZ

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