|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Where We Are||11||Audio||2001-01-08||Blue Rose Records (2)|
|2||Can You Do This?||13||Audio||1997-04-28||Blue Rose Records (2)|
|3||I Hate Folk Singers||12||Audio||2002-09-16||Blue Rose Records (2)|
The Hooblers is an Ottawa, Canada based straight forward rock band. Unlike most of the music on the market, The Hooblers sound is a burst of fresh air. Their music is a well-balanced combination of straight-forward crunchy rock with none of the depressing or angry elements found in songs by most contemporary music makers on the market. Im simpler terms, The Hooblers is a bit of an old school rock outfit - in the mold of Neil Young and Led Zeppelin - with just enough of a modern, raw edge to make the album enjoyable throughout.
Grier's vocals are reminiscent of a Rockin' In The Free World-Neil Young while Eric Willison shows that guitar heroism can be adapted to a modern alternative sound.
The songs of Mike Grier provide a solid base for lead guitarist Willison, bassist Mike Thompson and drummer Jason Curran to jam over.