Caleb Hogan talks to WSMV News Channel 4 about the different pianos a student can own.

Released in March 2005 when Caleb was just 19, Reflections is a collection of original solo piano compositions which transport the listener to a place of relaxation, tranquility, and peace. An overwhelming success upon release, Reflections went on to become part of the Audio Ambience program for the Hobby Lobby chain of stores in 2007. If you ever get the feeling you’ve heard the sounds of Reflections before, you’re probably right — music from the album is still played via satellite in hundreds of retail locations across the country.
Caleb’s second studio recording, Higher Ground, was released in July 2007. Showcasing the familiar tranquility fans grew to love in Reflections, Higher Ground demonstrates a lew level of emotional depth. The album also features a guest performance by world-renowned electric violinist Tracy Silverman. Ultimately, Higher Ground once again showcases Caleb’s ability to connect with the listener and deftly tell “stories without words.”