Hailing from the desert of Far West Texas, singer-songwriter Hogan Sullivan has pioneered his own unique brand known as “Texastentialism.” At one-time a DJ on Terlingua's now defunct KYOT radio station, Sullivan draws from myriad influences to craft a rich romantic sound as varied as the Trans-Pecos region and combines it with a lyrical wit that is often acerbic but humorous.

His backing band—the West Texas Teardrops—has featured members of Israel Nash, Leopold and His Fiction, Croy & the Boys and Megafauna, and continually evolves.

His first album, a nine song collection entitled TEXASTENTIALISM, was done with Fort Worth producer Brady Mosher features DFW musicians Josh Rodgers, Aden Bubeck, Kevin Bailey, also contributed to the release.