“Fool of the Town”
“Fool of the Town” is the second single from Joe Hott’s upcoming debut album for 615 Hideaway Records. Written by Joe Hott, Adam Engelhardt & Glen Duncan, it is a song about a woman’s wild ways and how she’s been out late at every honky-tonk in town. While her man at home knows what is happening, everyone else thinks he is clueless of the situation. They have therefore labeled him “The Fool of the Town”.
Joe Hott is a unique blend of retro-bluegrass, traditional country, gospel and Appalachian mountain music. This mixture makes Joe Hott a rare treasure on today’s music scene with his 6-foot, frame and handsome boyish resemblance to Hank Williams, Sr.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- #2 single (Bluegrass Today Weekly Chart) and #1 music video from Return To Me Somedays.
- Joe has shared the stage with artists such as Rhonda Vincent and Vince Gill & the Time Jumpers. His signature train whistle and sound have been featured on the Grand Ole Opry many times.
- Produced by Adam Engelhard & Glen Duncan musicians include Joe Hott (vocals), Cody Kilby (guitar), Casey Campbell (mandolin), Ned Luberecki (banjo) and Tim Crouch (fiddle)