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Todd Hobin at Lonegan Park
Thursday,July 11 at 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
“The Todd Hobin Band sounds like a mixture of Chicago, the Eagles and Crosby, Stills & Nash, played in a heavy rock style.” – Rock Hard Magazine
As they approach fifty years together the original members of the Todd Hobin Band continue to play to a dedicated and growing fan base, delivering the legendary performances that made them one of rock’s hardest working, well-traveled bands. The music is distinctly American, melodic, driving, and powerful. They’ve played thousands of shows and have shared the stage with the greatest bands of their time from The Beach Boys and Kinks, to the Allman Brothers and Hall & Oates, and many, many more.
Their recently released double CD set, The Early Years is filled with Hobin classics: I Hate You, Keepin’ the Dream Alive, New York Country Song, and many more. Their latest album, It’s Not Over continues in the same tradition; critically acclaimed, rocking, thoughtful and uncompromising. They remain a closely held treasure to those who know their music.
This years’ adventure is a very special one for the band. In May of 2018, Todd suffered a severe stroke that left him paralyzed on his left side. His remarkable recovery has been well documented in the press and on television. He continues to be an advocate for stroke avoidance, recognition, and recovery through his work with Triumph Over Stroke. Please visit toddhobin.com for more on his amazing journey.