“The only singer that can make me cry.”
— David Dondero
Brad Hoshaw is best known for his soothing tenor voice and authentic style of storytelling. When performing, he focuses on creating beautiful shared experiences with the audience, and providing a safe space for the listener to delve into their deepest emotions. He believes in the healing power of sad songs and values his connection with the listener above all.
Brad Hoshaw has received 5 Omaha Entertainment & Arts Awards and has shared the stage with performers such as Bright Eyes, Lucero, Pete Yorn, Nathaniel Rateliff, William Fitzsimmons, John Moreland, Will Hoge, Sam Outlaw, David Dondero, Mark Eitzel, Langhorn Slim, Roger Clyne, and William Elliott Whitmore. Brad has composed music for National Public Radio as well as independent theater and film. He volunteers his time at Nebraska prisons helping inmates channel their experiences and emotions into songs. He is also the founder of the Benson Songwriter Exchange, a community that meets bi-weekly to workshop songs and discuss craft.
This Summer Brad will embark on a house concert tour across the United States, performing in living rooms and backyards for fans and their friends and family.
“He can sing me to sleep anytime!”
— Dolly Parton
Reactions from the 2017 Summer House Concert Tour
"Brad Hoshaw playing in my backyard is everything I dreamed it'd be!" - Erin (Overland Park, KS)
"I had so much fun and will never forget hearing his songs echoing through my home." - Erin (Woodbury, MN)
"One of the most beautiful and intimate house shows I have ever been to." - Isabel (Sheboygan, WI)