JT Hodges launched his new website today and is offering fans the
opportunity to win a Gibson Les Paul guitar and a personal guitar lesson
from Hodges, which will be conducted over the internet. Fans can
register to win now by visiting jthodges.com.
really wanted to make my site as personal as possible, and the addition
of JTV gives me the opportunity to tell everyone what’s going on in my
world,” Hodges explained. “I can get silly, I can take them on
backstage tours, I can show them some of the local sites when I am
performing in different cities across the country…it’s wide open. Having
JTV allows me to connect with the fans on a whole different level.”
label, Show Dog – Universal Music, recently released the first single
from the artist’s upcoming sophomore album. Titled “Already High,” the
song was written by Hodges and Kevin Griffin, the lead singer with alt
rock band Better Than Ezra.
am really happy to have new music out,” Hodges said. “I’ve been
writing for a long time, and to finally get to this point is an
incredible feeling. I hope people like what they hear.”
the release of his self-titled, debut CD in 2012, JT Hodges made an
immediate and indelible impression on fans of music that refuses to fall
into the ‘safe and easy’ category. Thirty seconds into his debut
single, “Hunt You Down,” and the listener was well aware of the fact
that this music was something different. A life -long fan of country
music, Hodges knows how to respect the genre, while at the same time
giving it a fresh spin. “Hunt You Down” was followed by “Goodbyes Made
You Mine” and “Sleepy Little Town,” songs that amassed some impressive
sales numbers and pushed Hodges toward some solid recognition in the
industry, including a spot in the semi-finals of the ACM’s New Artist of
the Year category in 2012.
In December 2013, Hodges made his acting debut, taking his star turn in the Hallmark Channel’s movie Finding Christmas.
He has toured with the likes of Eric Church, Eli Young Band, Toby Keith
and Miranda Lambert, among others. He has also performed multiple times
on the legendary stage of the Grand Ole Opry.