Brad Hodarch Debuts Into the Spotlight with Recent Single “Top Shelf” (Interview)

Singer-songwriter Brad Hodach first learned guitar at 15 and began writing songs.

The singer put his music career on hold as he worked, attended college, and raised a family. “Downtown Dance Floor” is Hodach’s first single since he was persuaded back to artistry in May of 2020.

Top Shelf is about a guy who meets a high-quality woman and believes she is like a high-quality wine. It means a lot to me because I love lyrically creative songs and I feel like I created a pretty good one. Also, I wrote it about my wife.” explains Brad.

He will be making the move to Nashville after commencing his musical career in Southern California. Honda has made a name for himself by working with well-known producers and songwriters, including Davis Branch, who has worked with artists Sean Stemaly, Ryan Robinette, Ty March, and others.

I plan on writing a song with songwriter, producer, and author, Davis Branch in the coming months. Davis’ creativity is one of a kind in Nashville and I’m looking forward to collaborating with him to create something unique for the fans!” explains Brad.

Bringing together their respective visions, the two created a unique blend of country sound, blended with the taste of wine. 

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