Gary Hoey is the title of the 1995 self-titled release by instrumental rock guitarist Gary Hoey. High-Top Bop (Gary Hoey, Lori Weinhouse). Get A Grip (Gary Hoey, Lori Weinhouse). Strat Strut (Gary Hoey). Mr. Mover (Gary Hoey). City Sunrise (Gary Hoey, Lori Weinhouse). Says Who? (Gary Hoey, Lori Weinhouse). Stack Attack (Gary Hoey). Rainbow Warrior (Gary Hoey, Lori Weinhouse). Lost Dreams (Gary Hoey). Frankie Banali: Drums, Percussion.
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.
Animal Instinct (Gary Hoey album). Animal Instinct is the title of the 1993 début release by instrumental rock guitarist Gary Hoey. The album featured his version of the hit "Hocus Pocus", originally done by 1970s Dutch progressive rock band Focus. His band at the time consisted of a few notable names of 1980s hard rock, including ex-Firm bassist Tony Franklin, keyboardist Claude Schnell (ex-Dio), and drummer Frankie Banali (ex-Quiet Riot).
City Sunrise (Gary Hoey, Lori Weinhouse).
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Gary Hoey may not be a household name but some 30 years into his career you certainly know who he is if you are a rock n roll fan, especially a fan of the guitar.
When Gary Hoey was fourteen, he would often hang around outside of Boston's renowned Berklee College of Music, make friends, and then offer to pay them for lessons. Sensing that he should devote all of his time to music, Hoey dropped out of high school, and began playing Boston's local clubs, teaching guitar to others on the way. He auditioned for Ozzy Osbourne to replace Randy Rhoads.
Gary Hoey – Gary Hoey is a rock musician. At fourteen, Hoey often lingered outside Bostons renowned Berklee College of Music, making friends, to devote his time to music, he dropped out of high school and began playing Bostons local clubs and teaching guitar to other young players. Hoey supported Jeff Beck on the US leg of his Spring 2010 tour, Hoey played on and co-wrote a few songs on Lita Fords album Living Like a Runaway album in 2012, as well as toured with her in support of that album. Get A Grip Heavy Bones Animal Instinct Endless Summer II Soundtrack Gary Hoey Ho, Hoey II Hocus Pocus Live Money Ho.