In what proves to be the perfect homage to the place where they got their start, Greg Hoy & The Boys’ video for their song, ‘Carry Me Back Home’, intersperse footage of the band performing in the studio with clips of live performances, personal moments, and clips of them walking around their hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Just looking at the thumbnail for ‘Leaving While You Stay’, the latest release from Greg Hoy & The Boys, and you know what it’s going to be about. A clown, complete with wig and full make up, stands poised ready to strike a cowbell with a stick. It could be any clown, but the face is unmistakably that of Donald Trump’s, or at least, someone in a Trump mask.
Greg Hoy can do it all. He’s a singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, engineer, designer, and he’s an indie label owner. He’s released loads of music under many different names and styles, including pop, rockabilly, and heavy riff rock, working on both sides of the studio glass. He tours when he feels like it, jumping into his Airstream RV and letting it take him where he needs to go.