Nashville-based Will Hoge releases new single, “John Prine’s Cadillac”

The album marks another milestone on Will Hoge’s two-decade-plus musical journey that includes a GRAMMY® Award nomination.

Today, GRAMMY® Award-nominated Nashville-based Will Hoge released his latest single, “John Prine’s Cadillac,” available now via EDLO Records/Soundly Music at all DSPs and streaming service.

Watch: “John Prine’s Cadillac” by Will Hoge

“John Prine’s Cadillac” heralds the veteran singer-songwriter’s eagerly awaited 12th studio album, ‘Wings on My shoes’, arriving Friday, August 26.

Produced by Hoge during a week’s worth of live performances at Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studios, the album marks another milestone on Will Hoge’s two-decade-plus musical journey that includes a GRAMMY® Award nomination.

Hoge received a Country Music Association nomination, an Academy of Country Music nomination and a Grammy nomination for “Country Song of the Year” for “Even If It Breaks Your Heart”. The song was recorded by the Eli Young Band and reached #1 on the country charts.

‘Wings on My Shoe’ is, at its core, a testament to Hoge’s renowned gifts as a songwriter, highlighting the diverse perspectives of an expert craftsman whose songs turn Southern storytelling into universal sentiment.

Hoge distills American roots music to its essential ingredients, carrying the torch for an enduring blue collar sound rooted in ringing guitars, anthemic songcraft, and steadfast lyrical integrity.

“I always want to embrace change,” Hoge said in a statement, “to accept new things artistically, but at the end of the day, I can try to run from this idea that I love good, guitar-based rock ‘n’ roll music or I can wear that badge of honor. I’m in the ‘wearing the badge of honor’ phase now.”

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