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With a career spanning 22 albums in a multitude of styles ranging from rock, surf, blues, and metal, Gary Hoey is one of the prolific guitarists in music. His unique style and popular “Ho! Ho! Hoey” series during the holiday season brought him legions of fans. Hoey has toured with guitar legends like Jeff Beck, Brian May, Ted Nugent and Joe Satriani. And as a producer, he’s worked with artists like Lita Ford, as well as scoring the soundtrack to the film, “The Endless Summer II.” On Saturday, March 13, fans will be able to experience a unique taste of Hoey’s musical legacy when he brings his intimate Retrospective Solo Show to ArtsQuest’s Musikfest Cafe in Bethlehem. The high-energy performance will feature Hoey along with backing tracks from his original albums. Fans can expect to hear songs including “Mass Hysteria,” “Drive,” and “Peace Pipe,” as well his cover versions of the Focus hit “Hocus Pocus,” and War’s “Low Rider.” Hoey will also entertain the audience with a Q&A session and share behind-the-scenes stories, which will likely include his 1987 audition with Ozzy Osbourne — an experience that inspired his move to Los Angeles and launched his career. ArtsQuest’s Musikfest Cafe will be following CDC guidelines for the show, including temperature checks prior to entry, mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing. SteelStacks also has upgraded and expanded its cleaning and disinfecting procedures before, during and after all events to ensure patrons’ safety. I recently spoke with Hoey about his upcoming Lehigh Valley performance.

James Wood: As an artist, what’s it been like for you adjusting to the lockdown requirements? Gary Hoey: “It’s been quite a year navigating … but like everyone else, we’ve been dealing with it one step at a time. Early on, I decided to go online and do more livestreaming to try to connect with the fans in a different way. It worked out well because it exposed me to a whole new fan base. I also do a coffee time with my mom where we hang out live on Facebook and have coffee. I also do a ‘Hang Out With Hoey’ where we play songs and do whatever we can to keep people engaged.” What can fans expect from your upcoming SteelStacks performance? “In this business, it’s about reinventing yourself and finding ways to take a difficult situation and make it better. The thing about doing these limited capacity shows is that the venue doesn’t make as much money and neither do I, but what’s important to me is to support these venues. So I decided to put together a solo tour. It’s an intimate show where I’ll do a little bit of storytelling and a retrospective of my 22 albums. There will be early stuff, surf, blues, metal, shred and acoustic. I want to give everyone a taste of my career and make it an interesting night.” How would you describe your style of music? “I would describe it as guitar-driven. What I try to do is give people a night of not just shredding, but of song, substance and covers they know.

It’s also about connecting with the audience on a personal level with a story behind the song that makes it all the more interesting. I want them to hear a wide variety of music and get to know me better.” How did you approach choosing material to do for these shows? “At first, I wasn’t sure what the fans would want to hear. Since I was online, I told them what I was planning. Then I wrote down four songs and asked the fans how they would fill in the rest. They gave me so many good ideas from different albums and deeper parts of my career.” On Saturday, March 13 fans will be able to experience a unique taste of Hoey’s musical legacy when he brings his intimate Retrospective Solo Show to ArtsQuest’s Musikfest Cafe in Bethlehem. (Jeff Serpa) Are there any projects you’re currently working on? “Right now, I’m working on my next album, which is the follow-up to ‘Neon Highway Blues.’ This one is going to be broader and more diverse as opposed to being all blues. I’m also working with Lita Ford on her new album. She has Max Norman mixing. He’s worked with Ozzy [Osbourne] and Megadeth. It’s a different time in her life and she is stronger in so many ways. “Her longtime writing partner, Michael Dan Ehmig, passed away recently but had left behind some of the most incredible lyrics I’ve ever heard between the two of them. It’s gripping. There are some cool arrangements with the guitar sounds and her vocals are powerful. I can’t wait for people to hear it.”

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