May 22nd Show At KSB Rescheduled 

Doc Hodges and the EPs show for May 22nd, 2015 at King Street Blues in Old Town has been rescheduled to August 21st, 2015.  Showtime will remain 9pm-Midnight.

Third Annaul "Old Town - New Year's Celebration" a hit with Alexandria locals! 

1/5/14 - For the third consecutive year, Doc Hodges brought in the new year at King Street Blues in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia.  Backed by local music legends Gary Cole and Vince Calcaterra, and trading the stage with the King Street Bluegrass band, the fun and entertaining night proved to be the perfect ending to a productive 2013 and a sign for the coming year.

Kicking off with "Folsom Prison Blues", Doc began the set with a classic Cash song that got the crowd involved early.  Many who heard that first song stayed until the end of the night, enjoying classic country hits and bluegrass standards.  "The best New Year's Eve ever at KSB" was echoed through sentiments from customers and staff alike.

Doc is looking forward to continuing to play with the EPs into the new year and develop his performance of original songs and old standards.  Look for more to come from this dynamic entertainer.

Doc Hodges and the EP's open new shows in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia 

12/26/2012 - After a successful year of entertaining the rip-roarin' crowds of Old Town staple, King Street Blues, in Alexandria, Virginia - Doc is bringing on some "EP's".  These "Extended Players" will be featured in shows throughout 2013, as Doc mixes up the line-up and brings some local talent in to add depth to his already lively set.  Steve Losey, local guitar and banjo picker, will be featured along with others as the new year and music season take-off.  Most Saturdays, Doc can be found tearing it up down at KSB, and anyone in the local scene or just passing-by should stop in and see what the commotion is all about.  Doc's CD "Autumn in July" is always available during the show for just $5, and there's never a cover charge.  Always free and always fun, bring your friends, and let's get country.

Positively Pikes Peak submitted for 2012 Grammy Awards 

10/16/11 ~ The album "Positively Pike's Peak - The Pike's Peak Region Sings Bob Dylan" is being voted on in the first round of the 2012 Grammy Awards for Best Folk Album.  This magnificent album features Doc's performance of "Tell Ol' Bill", also released this year on "Autumn in July".  Be sure to check out more on this great album at .  Keep your fingers crossed for its success in the 2012 Grammys and thanks for all your support. 

Positively Pikes Peak Wins "Best Album"! 

8/22/11 - Positively Pikes Peak has won "Best Album" in the Indy Music Awards!   On Sept. 8, one week after our Local Music Issue comes out, top winners will be performing live on three big stages at Stargazers Theatre and Event Center as part of the free Indy Music Awards Festival

Thanks to all your support for this fantastic album!  Check out for more details, and go to the "Buy CD" link to purchase this award winning tribut to the greatest American songwriter - Bob Dylan.

Positively Pikes Peak nominated for Best Album! 

6/24/11 - "Positively Pikes Peak - The Pikes Peak Region Sings Bob Dylan" as been nominated for Best Album in the Colorado Springs Independent.  The album brought together a lot of people, had two sold-out concerts and is still selling around the world.  It is also a benefit CD for a great local non-profit.  We have passed the $2,000.00 mard and hope to reach $3,000.00 for COPPeR in the next few months!

Doc is featured on the album singing his rendition of "Tell Ol' Bill".

Also nominated are Steele, Diamond, Louis, and Hall for Best Cover, and Lindsey Weidmann for Best Folk Artist.

Go Online and cast your vote:

Find out more about the album at

Support these artists and this great tribute album.  Thanks.

Colorado Roots Radio Airplay Chart 

5/3/11 - Doc Hodges first solo album Autumn in July debuted at #29 on the Colorado Roots Radio Airplay Charts.  As we get closer to the live release event in Colorado Springs next week, momentum is building for the album that is sure to be a folk/country classic.