Champ Hood

Born: August 16, 1952
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Died: November 3, 2001

Champ Hood was a member of the Uncle Walt's Band out of Spartanburg, South Carolina. Other musicians in the band were David Ball, an accomplished country musician, and Walter Hyatt, an incredible lyricist who died in a plane crash two years ago. His son, Warner Hood, carries on Champ's talent of playing the fiddle. Champ lived in Austin Texas and made it to the Texas Music Hall of Fame. He was loved by all who knew and met him. His enchanting song, High Hill, in which he plays the violin and wrote the lyrics, will lure anyone into his wide array of talented music.



Instruments Played / Skills:
Guitar

Champ Hood Has Worked With:
Toni Price
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