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Jacob Hoggard


Jacob Hoggard (Courtesy Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

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Jacob William Hoggard (born July 9, 1984) is a Canadian singer and songwriter. He finished in third place on the second season of Canadian Idol, in 2004. He is the lead singer of the rock band Hedley.

Early years

Hoggard was born in Burnaby, British Columbia, and raised in Abbotsford and Surrey, British Columbia. He learned to play piano at the age of four from his aunt, and taught himself guitar at the age of 12. He was educated in Surrey, British Columbia at Senator Reid Elementary School and Mennonite Educational Institute, and at L A Matheson Secondary School. Hoggard got kicked out of the high school after grade 11 for lighting his desk on fire. He formed the band Hedley with four friends; the name was inspired by a small mining town in Canada which the group had learned was available for sale in its entirety. The original band bet Jacob Hoggard $150 that he wouldn't make it into the top three for Canadian Idol. Hoggard proved them wrong making it to the top three before being eliminated from the competition.

 Jacob married his highschool sweetheart in 2004, which ended in divorce in 2009.

Canadian Idol

Week Theme Song choice Artist Result
Audition N/A "Forever in Blue Jeans" Neil Diamond Advanced
Top 32 N/A "Only the Good Die Young" Billy Joel Advanced
Top 10 Canadian Hits "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" Paul Anka Safe
Top 9 British Invasion "Space Oddity" David Bowie Safe
Top 8 Rock & Roll "Everything" Lifehouse Safe
Top 7 Lionel Richie "Brick House" Lionel Richie Safe
Top 6 Gordon Lightfoot "Sundown" Gordon Lightfoot Bottom 2
Top 5 Summertime Hits "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" Aerosmith Safe
Top 4 Standards "Straighten Up And Fly Right"
Unforgettable
Nat King Cole
Nat King Cole
Safe
Top 3 Judges' Choice "If You Don't Know Me By Now"
"I Want You To Want Me"
Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes
Cheap Trick
Eliminated

Post-Idol

When he returned after Canadian Idol, he and his former band mates decided to go their separate ways. A re-formed Hedley, with Hoggard as the only remaining original member on vocals, Dave Rosin on guitar, Tommy Macdonald on bass, and Chris Crippin on Drums, then released their self-titled debut album Hedley on September 26, 2005; their second album, Famous Last Words, was released on October 30, 2007. Their third album, The Show Must Go, was released November 17, 2009. Their fourth album, Storms, was released November 8, 2011. Hoggard was also featured as one of the Young Artists for Haiti, one of many Canadian artists who sang on the charity single "Wavin' Flag". He was featured from 1:34 to 1:36.



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