Silas Hogan September 15, — January 9,  was an American blues musician. He was the front man of the Rhythm Ramblers. Hogan was inducted into the Louisiana Blues Hall of Fame. Hogan learned to play the guitar as a teenager and was performing regularly by the late s.
They stayed together for almost ten years and contributed to the development of the Baton Rouge blues sound. Inwhen Hogan was 51, Slim Harpo introduced him to J. Miller, through the offices of Excello Recordsstarted Hogan's recording career, at a time when interest in variations of swamp blues was waning. Several singles by Hogan were nevertheless released untilwhen Miller's disagreement with the record label's new owners brought the recording contract to an abrupt end.
On some of his recordings, Hogan was backed by the harmonica player Moses "Whispering" Smith. In the late s, he recorded additional tracks for Arhoolie and Blue Horizon. Hogan died in January of heart diseaseat the age of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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