Off the grid for 6 days with no cell service, 30-miles from Mt. Rushmore, Judd Hoos started off 2019 in a cabin recording their newly released EP “We Were Young.” Nashville producer J. Hall (Young The Giant, Delta Saints, Ric Todd) helped craft the new EP, a follow up to the band’s iTunes chart topping album, ‘Music In The Dark’, featuring Breathe In, Say My Name, and Billboard. Respecting federal, state and local guidelines as well as responsible social distancing practices, the band has been off the road since March 2020. Judd Hoos is using this time off the road to write, record and release new music.
Up until March, the Judd Hoos touring schedule has been a busy one, including support shows with Uncle Kracker, Puddle of Mudd, Third Eye Blind, Sister Hazel, Trapt and The Eagles of Death Metal. In January, the band performed the 2020 Winter NAMM Show at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. Judd Hoos will play 120 dates, across 10+ states in 2020, including a showcase during the NACA Live convention in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center as well as a headline appearance at the 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.