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About Captain Bogg & Salty

Formed in 1998 by Portland rocker Kevin Hendrickson (of Pirate Jenny) and actor Loren Hoskins, Captain Bogg & Salty tapped into kids' pirate obsessions before the movement had even fully taken root. The duo bonded over their shared love for Treasure Island and the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland. Playing self-consciously adult-sounding (but kid-appropriate) songs about the seafaring life, the group has morphed from a mix of song and storytelling into a straightforward band with five members and a devoted fan base.

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Listen toCaptain Bogg & Saltyon Rhapsody

Formed in 1998 by Portland rocker Kevin Hendrickson (of Pirate Jenny) and actor Loren Hoskins, Captain Bogg & Salty tapped into kids' pirate obsessions before the movement had even fully taken root. The duo bonded over their shared love for Treasure Island and the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland. Playing self-consciously adult-sounding (but kid-appropriate) songs about the seafaring life, the group has morphed from a mix of song and storytelling into a straightforward band with five members and a devoted fan base.

About Captain Bogg & Salty

Formed in 1998 by Portland rocker Kevin Hendrickson (of Pirate Jenny) and actor Loren Hoskins, Captain Bogg & Salty tapped into kids' pirate obsessions before the movement had even fully taken root. The duo bonded over their shared love for Treasure Island and the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland. Playing self-consciously adult-sounding (but kid-appropriate) songs about the seafaring life, the group has morphed from a mix of song and storytelling into a straightforward band with five members and a devoted fan base.

About Captain Bogg & Salty

Formed in 1998 by Portland rocker Kevin Hendrickson (of Pirate Jenny) and actor Loren Hoskins, Captain Bogg & Salty tapped into kids' pirate obsessions before the movement had even fully taken root. The duo bonded over their shared love for Treasure Island and the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland. Playing self-consciously adult-sounding (but kid-appropriate) songs about the seafaring life, the group has morphed from a mix of song and storytelling into a straightforward band with five members and a devoted fan base.