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Jack Hoban

Rank #139 US Spring Lake, NJ Rock / Blues / Adult Contemporary
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50% of sales go to the charity Fender Music Foundation.

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  • Jack Hoban Vocals
  • Joe Bellia Drums
  • Vel Johnson Saxophone
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About

Sounds Like: Eric Clapton, Chris Rea, Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefers, Robben Ford Music

Bio: Jack Hoban is a New Jersey based musician who has played the Shore circuit and New York City Clubs since the early 90's. He is known for his unique sound - both vocally & on the guitar. He writes a wide range of music, from stirring ballads to the funky, bluesy music of his band, Rogues on the ... See Full Bio

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Status

We're number 9 on the ReverbNation Rock charts! Thanks all! http://www.reverbnation.com/jackhoban

Press

“While at a benefit for WBGO at Jason's Blues and Jazz Club this past summer, I and two colleagues from Tri-State Blues were pleasantly surprised. Among the local talent from central New Jersey was a terrific band that managed to blend a wide variety of influences into a serious groove thang. Remember the old advertising slogan, "When it feels right, you know it! When it's good, you feel it!"? Well, when you hear Rogues On The Run, you know its right 'cause you feel sooo good. Jack Hoban is the singer/guitarist who started the Rogues and writes the songs. As strong as a writer as Hoban is, the medium is the message. The Rogues provide the perfect vehicle for his songs, adding color and nuance to flesh out his ideas. "I Got The Blues" should be required listening for anyone who takes on the theme of a good love gone wrong. "Night Shift" sound like the Rogues' version of an imaginary out take from Marvin Gaye's "What's Goin' On?" Go hear Rogues On The Run. You'll be glad you did.”
— Ken Byrne, Tri-State Blues
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Recent Blogs

Summer!
May 26, 2010
I uploaded a Rogues song called "Hang For The Summer" in honor of Memorial Day a... [more]
Jack says "Welcome to Rever...
May 19, 2010
Hi Everybody: Still trying to figure this Reverbnation thing out, but it real... [more]
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Discography

  • Jersey Blue Released on Dec 15, 2009
  • Salmon Released on May 7, 2007
  • Somethin's Cookin' Released on May 1, 2007
  • BellaMar Released on May 1, 2006

Videos

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Shows

  • Sat

    Nov 1


    Bradley Beach, NJ, US | 8:00pm

    Bradley Beach, NJ, US
    Sat Nov 01 8:00pm
  • Sat

    Sep 6


    Bradley Beach, NJ, US | 8:00pm

    Bradley Beach, NJ, US
    Sat Sep 06 8:00pm

    Details

    Come hear for yourself why so many rave “best music venue in the area” The acoustics are fantastic, the ambiance is splendid,the staff always happy to help you! One visit to our “Upstairs Room” and you will surely be back again and again. We book the best musical talent…both local and from outside the area. Always a great party…check our musical calendar to find out who’s appearing. Finest Italian dining on the Jersey Shore…dinner served in our “Upstairs Room” ..your choice…dining room, or up close with the music in our bar area. Voted for 5 years running……”Best place to listen to live music.” Come up and say hello, we would love to see you.

  • 2014

    Jul 4


    Bradley Beach, NJ, US | 8:00pm

    Bradley Beach, NJ, US
    Fri Jul 04 8:00pm

    Details

    Close family, good food and good wine: they form the core of traditional Italian culture. They’re also key reasons that Giamano’s Ristorante in Bradley Beach has been in business for nearly 30 years. “What we serve our customers is what we feel good about eating ourselves. We want to feed them as if they’re our family,” says Rhonda Manno. Rhonda’s father-in-law, Joseph Manno, started the restaurant (originally called Balducci’s) just down the street from its current location. Her husband Frank ran it for several years, and now her children— Steffan and Adriana—are helping to carry on the family tradition. (Rhonda’s 84-yearold mother-in-law Antoinette helped run the restaurant until about three years ago.) Steffan, 38, started helping out in the kitchen when he was 13 and is now coexecutive chef along with Peter Petagno, who has been with the restaurant pretty much from the beginning. “Peter is an essential ingredient at Giamano’s. He worked with my grandfather and has held the true tradition of what we do here,” Steffan explains. “Peter has carried forth the old as I’ve been going toward ‘the new.’” “The new” includes an emphasis on using organic, locally grown and procured produce and hormone- and antibiotic-free meats and dairy whenever possible. “My thoughts on having a healthy, sustainable diet originated with having kids,” says Steffan, who was expecting his fifth child when we spoke in August. “We don’t claim to be an organic restaurant and we can’t say we’re 100 percent. But a lifestyle change for my family made us want to do things the way we’re doing them.”

  • 2014

    Jun 14


    Bradley Beach, NJ, US | 8:00pm

    Bradley Beach, NJ, US
    Sat Jun 14 8:00pm

    Details

    Close family, good food and good wine: they form the core of traditional Italian culture. They’re also key reasons that Giamano’s Ristorante in Bradley Beach has been in business for nearly 30 years. “What we serve our customers is what we feel good about eating ourselves. We want to feed them as if they’re our family,” says Rhonda Manno. Rhonda’s father-in-law, Joseph Manno, started the restaurant (originally called Balducci’s) just down the street from its current location. Her husband Frank ran it for several years, and now her children— Steffan and Adriana—are helping to carry on the family tradition. (Rhonda’s 84-yearold mother-in-law Antoinette helped run the restaurant until about three years ago.) Steffan, 38, started helping out in the kitchen when he was 13 and is now coexecutive chef along with Peter Petagno, who has been with the restaurant pretty much from the beginning. “Peter is an essential ingredient at Giamano’s. He worked with my grandfather and has held the true tradition of what we do here,” Steffan explains. “Peter has carried forth the old as I’ve been going toward ‘the new.’” “The new” includes an emphasis on using organic, locally grown and procured produce and hormone- and antibiotic-free meats and dairy whenever possible. “My thoughts on having a healthy, sustainable diet originated with having kids,” says Steffan, who was expecting his fifth child when we spoke in August. “We don’t claim to be an organic restaurant and we can’t say we’re 100 percent. But a lifestyle change for my family made us want to do things the way we’re doing them.”

  • 2014

    May 31


    Bradley Beach, NJ, US | 8:00pm

    Bradley Beach, NJ, US
    Sat May 31 8:00pm
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  • Song Plays 3,025 +22

  • Video Plays 332

  • Total Fans 826

  • ReverbNation Fans 96

  • Facebook Likes 500

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