You know that scene at the end of the movie where the quiet dorky kid enters the talent show and serenades the auditorium, and from that day forth he gets to sit at the cool kids table? Meet Spence Hood. Ever since that fateful night back in 2011, Spence has been putting out melodic pop grooves with flares of jazz & R&B (a genre we like to call Theatrical Pop). This style caught the attention of young adults across the globe with his recent TikTok-sensation-turned-single So You Wanna Marry Daisy, amassing 2.5 million views on the platform and over 650,000 streams before being signed to a distribution deal with Instrumental Music Group. Today he lives and performs around the Seattle area releasing music with a number of different like-minded creatives, including Grammy-winning producer Robert L. Smith.
Collaborated with Grammy-award winning producer Robert L. Smith on latest EP, Pantryman as well as recent single Timothy Pedal!
Has licensed music to Netflix, MTV, Discovery, E!, OWN, TLC, USA, and A&E networks
Performances of note include Columbia City Theatre, Seattle Folklife Festival, Issaquah Salmon Days Festival, regular Sofar Sounds performer
Has been featured on over 95 radio stations across the U.S (see Hotsheet)
Co-winner of Music City Songstar Nashville Songwriting Competition