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In a 20-year career as a singer-songwriter Dan Hubbard has released 9 studio albums, toured extensively throughout the United States, and shared the stage with countless national acts, including Martin Sexton, Andrew Combs, and Nikka Costa. Influenced by the likes of Tom Petty, Hubbard’s music has been acclaimed as “beautiful, powerful, and often seemingly effortless.” (Independent Clauses)
Hubbard—an Illinois Native and the youngest of three boys—credits his oldest brother D.J. within spiring him to write. “He played me these songs he had written while he was off at college, and I was blown away. Seeing his talent made me believe I might have it in me too.” he says. At age nine, Hubbard’s middle brother, Erik, diedf rom brain cancer when he was just 12. By 15, Dan discovered guitar as an outlet. “It became a way for me to properly mourn him, and heal.” After graduating from Illinois State University, Hubbard knew he wanted to pursue music, and he’s been honing his craft ever since.
From 2008-14, Dan played with his band the Humadors, and their 2011 release, The Love Show, hit the Roots Rockchart’s Top 50. In 2016 Hubbard collaborated with Nashville producer and 3-timeGrammy Nominee Ken Coomer to release the self-titled solo album Dan Hubbard. “I was truly happy with it,” Dan says. “I felt like I finally made the record I had always wanted to make.” But he had a lot more to say, and the songs on his 2019 LP, Attention, covered everything from lost love and suicide, to brokenness, anger, hatred, and—a running theme in all of Hubbard’s work—the redeeming power of love.
In 2021 Hubbard released a 5-song EP, Fall in Love Again(Quarantine Lullabies), as well as a single, See You Again (Live), and to commemorate his 20th year in the music business he released a playlist of his greatest hits on Apple Music and Spotify titled Too Many Hits - 20 Years of Dan Hubbard Music.
Adelaide Wilson is a 20 year old filmmaker, photographer, and artist currently based out of Chicago, Illinois. Much of her work is done using super 8 film and 35mm photography to create bright, captivating, and nostalgic stories.
Adelaide draws a lot of inspiration from decor, fashion, music, and culture of past decades, particularly the 1960’s and 1970’s. She has recently released an album entitled "Go Home Go Home Go Home" which is available on all music streaming platforms. Adelaide is currently studying filmmaking and directing at Columbia College Chicago.
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