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Hank Linderman

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Hank Linderman
Hank Linderman.jpg
Birth nameStuart Henry Linderman III
Born (1953-08-02) August 2, 1953 (age 67)
West Palm Beach, Florida
Occupation(s)Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer, politician
Websitehank4ky.com

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Hank Linderman is an American musician from the commonwealth of Kentucky who is best known for performing with and producing artists Timothy B. Schmit, America, Chicago, The Eagles and Jeff Larson. He is also the Democratic Party's nominee for Congress in the 2020 Kentucky's 2nd congressional district general election.[1][2][3]

Early Life[edit]

Hank was born Stuart Henry Linderman III on August 2, 1953, in West Palm Beach, FL. His family moved to Kentucky where Hank was a junior at Atherton High School in Louisville, and began playing music locally. He attended the University of Louisville but did not complete a degree program before accepting full-time work touring and performing as a musician.[4]

Music Career[edit]

Hank Linderman is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, as well as producer and engineer who has worked with America[5], Keb Mo[6], Timothy B. Schmit[7], Don Henley, The Eagles[8], Robert Lamm[9], Chicago[10][11], John McFee[12] (of the Doobie Brothers), and many other artists. [13][14][4][15][16]

Hank Linderman's book "Hot Tips for the Home Recording Studio" was published in 1994 by Writers Digest Books.[17]

Linderman produced Louisville, KY grunge rock band Daeodon's 2020 release "Forever Strangers.[18]

Politics[edit]

Election Cycles[edit]

2018
Hank Linderman logo and head shot screen grab from campaign video

In 2018, Linderman filed for Kentucky's 2nd congressional district seat, then held by Republican Congressman Brett Guthrie.[19] The 2nd District includes Owensboro, Bowling Green, and Bardstown. Linderman won his race over Brian Pedigo, Rane Eir Olivia Sessions, and Grant Short in the Democratic Primary.[20] [21] [22] His platform included higher minimum wage, expanding rural broadband, and reducing the influence of large Political Action Committees on elections.[23] Linderman lost to incumbent Guthrie in the general election November 6, 2018.[24] [25]

2020

Linderman again filed to run for congress in the Kentucky 2nd District election of 2020, and was unopposed in the primaries.[24] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31]

Political Endorsements[edit]

Hank Linderman has been endorsed by Kentucky State AFL-CIO[32], Indivisible movement[33], The Women’s Network Political Action Committee (TWNPAC)[34] and the Greater Louisville Central Labor Council[35]

Discography[edit]

Selected works of Hank Linderman:[36][8]

Vocals
  • Robert Lamm - Subtlety & Passion ‎(CD, Album) Blue Infinity (2003)
  • Timothy B. Schmit - Expando Universal (2009)
  • Jeff Larson - House Concert ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Car) Jeff Larson Music (2011)
  • Chicago - "Now" Chicago XXXVI Icarus Music (2014)
Instruments & Performance
  • Gerry Beckley - Van Go Gan Geronimo, Polystar (1995)
  • Kindred Spirit - Kindred Spirit I.R.S. Records (1994)
  • Other Side Of The Rain Kyle Vincent - Kyle Vincent ‎(CD, Album) Carport Records, Hollywood Records (1997)
  • America - Human Nature ‎(HDCD, Album) TWA Records, Oxygen Records (1998)
  • I Wanna Get Next To You 911 - Wonderland Virgin (1999)
  • Susan - Aimee Mann - Bachelor No. 2, Or The Last Remains Of The Dodo SuperEgo Records (1999)
  • Jeffrey Foskett IV - Twelve And Twelve New Surf Limited (2000)
  • Alsou - Solo Mercury, Universal (2000)
  • Robert Lamm - Subtlety & Passion ‎(CD, Album) Blue Infinity (2003)
  • Jeff Larson - Swimming In The Make Believe ‎(CD, Album, Dig) New Surf North (2006)
  • Kyle Vincent - Trust ‎(CD, Album) Not On Label (Kyle Vincent Self-released) (2007)
  • Can't Stop The River Louise Setara - Still Waters ‎(CD, Album) Manhattan Records (2007)
  • Minus Marci - Jeff Larson - Heart Of The Valley - Human Nature (2009)
  • Downtime - Timothy B. Schmit - Expando Universal (2009)
  • Jeff Larson - House Concert ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Car) Jeff Larson Music (2011)
  • Jeff Larson - The World Over ‎(CD, Album) Red Bell Recordings (2012)
  • Sugar Babe John Cowan - Sixty - Compass Records (2014)
  • Chicago - "Now" Chicago XXXVI Icarus Music (2014)
  • Slow Down Timothy B. Schmit - Leap Of Faith Benowen Records, Man In The Moon (2016)
  • Hazy Sunshine - Jeffrey Foskett - You Remind Me Of The Sun ‎(CD, Comp) Vivid Sound (2017)
  • She Has To Know By Now Jeffrey Foskett & Jeff Larson - 'Elua Aloha Vivid Sound (2018)
Production
  • America - Hourglass ‎(CD, Album) American Gramaphone Records, American Gramaphone Record (1994)
  • I Need You (Ambient-Dream Mix) Jeremy Jackson - Number One Ultrapop (1994)
  • Jeremy Jackson & America - I Need You The Hit Label (1994)
  • Jeremy Jackson - Looking For My Number 1 Ultrapop (1994)
  • Gerry Beckley - Van Go Gan Polystar (1995)
  • Jeffrey Foskett IV - Twelve And Twelve New Surf Limited (2000)
  • Jeff Larson - Fragile Sunrise New Surf North (2002)
  • Robert Lamm - Subtlety & Passion ‎(CD, Album) Blue Infinity (2003)
  • Jeff Larson - Sepia New Surf North (2004)
  • Jeff Larson - Swimming In The Make Believe ‎(CD, Album, Dig) New Surf North (2006)
  • Atlas - Reasons For Voyaging ‎(CD) Elements Music (2007)
  • Jeff Larson - Left Of A Dream ‎(CD) Jeff Larson Music (2008)
  • Timothy B. Schmit - Expando Universal (2009)
  • Chicago - "Now" Chicago XXXVI Icarus Music (2014)
  • Timothy B. Schmit - Leap Of Faith ‎(CD, Album) Man In The Moon (2006)
  • Jeffrey Foskett & Jeff Larson - 'Elua Aloha Vivid Sound (2018)
  • America - The Grand Cayman Concert ‎(CD, Album, RE) America Records (2018)
  • Gerry Beckley - Van Go Gan + Go Man Go (The Van Go Gan Remixes) ‎Human Nature (2020)

References[edit]

  1. "Senate, House races among decisions in Kentucky primary". WCPO. June 23, 2020.
  2. "Election: 2020 General Election". web.sos.ky.gov.
  3. https://hosted.ap.org/article/1fff7a66d92c5068d21896cb03c88094/senate-house-races-among-decisions-kentucky-primary
  4. 4.0 4.1 Maples, Bruce (April 24, 2018). "Musician Hank Linderman wants to teach Washington a new song". Forward Kentucky.
  5. Warne, Jude (15 May 2020). America, the Band: An Authorized Biography. ISBN 9781538120965. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  6. ceggers@bgdailynews.com, CAROLINE EGGERS. "Democratic candidates count down to Tuesday with last events". Bowling Green Daily News.
  7. Leahey, Andrew (September 23, 2016). "Hear Eagles' Timothy B. Schmit's 'Leap of Faith' Album".
  8. 8.0 8.1 "Hank Linderman | Credits". AllMusic.
  9. "Chicago's Robert Lamm: The Band's Original Appeal Was 'That It Wasn't All the Same Genre'".
  10. "36th Chicago album offers long songs recorded on tour". The Columbus Dispatch.
  11. "Chicago XXXVI: NOW – Chicago".
  12. "Timothy B. Schmit, John McFee, and Hank Linderman perform on stage at..." Getty Images.
  13. "Hank Linderman". Panzyler Entertainment Group.
  14. "Hank Linderman". www.pspaudioware.com.
  15. https://www.pandora.com/artist/chris-falson/prisoner-of-hope/the-path-feat-hank-linderman-david-raven-and-andre-begert/TRl6Zkvmp49Zrbq
  16. "Hank Linderman". June 25, 2018.
  17. Linderman, Hank (1994). Hot Tips for the Home Recording Studio. ISBN 0898796512. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  18. https://t2conline.com/grunge-rockers-daeodon-return-with-forever-strangers-june-12th/
  19. "Hank Linderman running for Congress". January 31, 2018.
  20. Schimmel, Becca. "Hank Linderman Takes Victory Tour Of Kentucky's 2nd Congressional District". www.wkyufm.org.
  21. Hoose, Rick Van (November 6, 2018). "Conversation with the Candidate: Hank Linderman" – via www.wlky.com.
  22. "Kentucky Primary Election Results: Second House District". May 29, 2018 – via NYTimes.com.
  23. "Linderman only congressional candidate at Mercer forum". The Advocate-Messenger. October 25, 2018.
  24. 24.0 24.1 "Hank Linderman". Ballotpedia.
  25. "Hank Linderman, a former self-employed musician, wins Democratic nomination in Kentucky's 2nd Congressional District". AP NEWS. May 23, 2018.
  26. Zambrano, Max (March 24, 2020). "Hank Linderman's second chance at Congress". Talisman.
  27. "State Primary Election Results | LaRueCountyHerald.com". www.laruecountyherald.com.
  28. "Kentucky Primary Election Results: Second Congressional District" – via NYTimes.com.
  29. "LINDERMAN, HANK - Bio, News, Photos - Washington Times". www.washingtontimes.com.
  30. wswietek@bgdailynews.com, WES SWIETEK. "Minter seeking reelection, Linderman challenging Guthrie". Bowling Green Daily News.
  31. "Cox's Creek man files Wednesday to challege McConnell in GOP primary". Nelson County Gazette. December 18, 2019.
  32. "Endorsements". Kentucky State AFL-CIO. August 12, 2019.
  33. "Hank Linderman". Indivisible. April 22, 2020.
  34. "2020 TWNPAC Endorsements – The Women's Network".
  35. "GLCLC Endorsements". www.glclc.com.
  36. "Hank Linderman". Discogs.


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