A Thousand Horses Frontman Michael Hobby Talks Moving to Nashville, Breakout Success, Big Tours & New Album, “Bridges”

A Thousand Horses Frontman Michael Hobby Talks Moving to Nashville, Breakout Success, Big Tours & New Album, “Bridges”

Jim Casey talks with A Thousand Horses frontman Michael Hobby about moving to Nashville in 2005, the breakout success of their debut single, “Smoke,” being on big tours with Darius Rucker and Jason Aldean, the band’s new album, Bridges, and more.

Show Participants

  • Michael Hobby of A Thousand Horses
  • Jim Casey, NCD director of editorial

Show Notes & Links

The Writers Room, Ep. 96, 18 minutes
photos by Jason Simanek

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