-Ben Salmon, Bend Bulletin
“I just try to prepare myself to have as many tools as possible in terms of my technical ability," says Hobbs Magarét. “The songs write themselves. I'm not the source of the creation. I'm just sort of the conduit."Hobbs Magarét and Patrick Pearsall recognized the musical chemistry instantly. Hobbs, a Texas Panhandle guitar player, and Patrick, a left-handed Seattle-raised bassist, immediately added Central Oregon native and drum set phenom, Kaleb Kelleher, to the team and went to work reinventing blues rock as Hobbs the Band. After smashing success at their debut performance during the 2012 Sisters Folk Festival, HTB moved their headquarters to a retrofitted warehouse in the Sisters Industrial Park where their post-industrial blues rock burns up the Central Oregon night.