Fresh off his latest single "On a Good Night" charting top 5 on iTunes, Hank Ruff is ready to bring his neo-traditional brand of country music all over the country. Born and raised in Southern Indiana, Hank Ruff has been playing country music around the state since the age of 11. Named after Hank Williams Sr., Ruff began playing the mandolin and playing at bluegrass jams, and eventually picking up the guitar and learning old country songs like "Hey Good Lookin" and "Mama Tried". Ruff started playing with his dad's band, "The Dew Daddies", and soon after that he began writing songs with his dad by the time he was in high school. His first two singles, "Long May the Fire Burn" and "If the Boot Fits" are ones that the two wrote together. Loaded with steel guitar and fiddle, these songs embody what Ruff and his music is all about: combining elements of the traditional country sound with modern influences, and bringing just a little more of the country sound back into mainstream country music.
ABOUT HANK RUFF