Rory Hoffman is a Nashville based guitarist, keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist. Raised on a small ranch in North Dakota, Rory grew up recording and touring with the family Gospel band. He started teaching himself to play guitar and piano at age 3. By age 5 he was the drummer in the family band. He currently plays over a dozen stringed, keyboard and wind instruments.
Rory's personal musical career was jumpstarted in 1999 upon winning Grand Champion Instrumentalist at the Christian Artist Seminar in the Rockies. In 2001, Rory traveled to Nashville for the first time to record his instrumental CD, "Blind Faith". He then helped form Depot Music Productions, based out of Mobridge South Dakota. There he self-produced his second album "fishin'", as well as several other studio projects for local and regional artists. in 2004 and 2005 he received Instrumentalist of the Year from the ICMA based in Nashville.
Rory moved to Nashville in the spring of 2008. He currently works as a freelance session and touring musician.