We are pleased to announce our first show back! We will be playing at The Assembly 29 May with P.H.fat and our brothers in crime FUZIGISH. This is only the beginning, so watch this space. More announcements coming soon! OH! IT’S ON! #HOGSAREBACK
Due to popular demand, Hog Hoggidy Hog will be bringing the magic of porkrock to London, this time at The Black Heart in Camden Town. It’s going to be Chris Crackling’s birthday so FREE ENTRY before 21:00 and a £5 thereafter. Opening the bill on the night will be fellow South Africans, Delayed. So if you’re in or around Londinium get your asses to Camden Town this Saturday night. Spread the word!
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We are not entirely sure what has been in the beer this band has been drinking recently, but we are happy to announce yet another addition to the Hog family. George Bacon’s son, Draco was born today. Now that 3 of the Hogs have now had children we are halfway to our goal of producing the next generation of Hog Hoggidy Hog who will one day take over from us and carry on the tradition with their kids ensuring that the band will carry on for all eternity. God forbid.
Hi guys. Finally it is here the brand new look Hog Hoggidy Hog website. We are still in beta mode and will be adding a few more things as we go along. Including a shop section where you will be able to get hold of all the latest Hog merch and music. in the meantime if there are any problems or suggestions on how we can improve the site, feel free to drop us a mail in the contact section. Enjoy!
6 years ago today a member of the Hog Family was taken from us suddenly and senselessly. David Myburgh’s infectious personality made a large impact on the life of anyone that he came into contact with and was a big part of what made us who we are as a band. Miss Davie’s life story was an extremely tragic one, but his legend will live on through all the lives that he touched.
Due to popular demand, Hog Hoggidy Hog will be bringing the magic of porkrock to London, this time at the Fighting Cocks in Kingston. Knowing how expensive the price of beer is in London, the Hogs are making this a completely free entry show! But that is not all, opening the bill on the night will be fellow South Africans, Delayed ,as well as local heroes, Anonymous Tip. South African expats and native Londoners alike are already in agreement that this will be a night not to be missed. Be there and be witness to the experience that is Hog Hoggidy Hog. See gig guide for more details.