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Biography: Mid West Out Law
Chris Hosier was born on December 1st, 1988 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Due to his mother being a wild child and detained in an all girls’ school for various reasons, after my birth he was placed in foster care. He bounced back and forth to several different sets of foster parents until his grandparents were able to gain custody. As time grew on, he started to learn things about the life. “I was starving for affection and attention I had failed to receive due to the circumstances”. So therefore, he acted out and became a troubled child just to get some type of acknowledgment, good or bad, it didn't matter. From a young age Chris was abused daily. The scars in the mirror every day remind him of the rough upbringing he endures. He met his father at 14 years of age. Even though he had missed a big portion of his life at that point, “he and I became more than father and son, we were best friends”. He started writing and making music at the age of 17. And found he could express himself best through words on paper. Music became his outlet. He was doing very well for himself starting a music career until his father passed away. Chris lost all drive and dedication to make music after his death. Turning to drugs to mask the pain “I was feeling and had felt my entire life”. He was introduced to the game of selling drugs around that time as well. He thought started living the successful life, hustling lifestyle and being the next big Kingpin. At that point he was in and out of jail for various reasons and finally faced to do some hard time, for the first time ever. He missed important milestones in his son's life “and irreplaceable time with him, which I will never take for granted again life, is too short”. After I did my time, I told myself “I would never live that lifestyle again nor go back to jail, ever again”. He was determined to live the right way and make a legitimate income. Chris started working for the Union, making really great, legal money. Yet again, he faces another tragedy, his mother passed away from cancer. The next day he lost his unborn twins. After being dealt a rough hand of cards already, “legitimately thought I was going to lose my mind and go crazy”. One of his friends suggested he start writing music again. He realized it really was his release to let go of everything he experienced in life. That's when he wrote the song Long bumpy road. “I wanted to write music that would reach all ages, young or old, that would tell a story someone out there may be able to relate to”. After writing long bumpy road, things started to buzz. His name was being said, His video was being watched, Facebook was blowing up. He made the decision then, to go all in and “leave my job with the Union as a laborer, to live my dream and pursue my music career”. He started getting calls and messages to perform at local bars and events. With determination and the drive of a Mac truck, the sky is the limit.  From the moment everything started to take off. He has sold and continues to sell outrageous amounts of merchandise and albums as well as performing in front of thousands of people. “I have been blessed to be able to work in a multimillion dollar studio with credited producers, engineers and a hand full of national recording artists thus far”. Without the support of family, friends and fans, none of this would have been possible. I'm just a man chasing a dream, which just so happens to be coming true
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Biography: Mid West Out Law
Chris Hosier was born on December 1st, 1988 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Due to his mother being a wild child and detained in an all girls’ school for various reasons, after my birth he was placed in foster care. He bounced back and forth to several different sets of foster parents until his grandparents were able to gain custody. As time grew on, he started to learn things about the life. “I was starving for affection and attention I had failed to receive due to the circumstances”. So therefore, he acted out and became a troubled child just to get some type of acknowledgment, good or bad, it didn't matter. From a young age Chris was abused daily. The scars in the mirror every day remind him of the rough upbringing he endures. He met his father at 14 years of age. Even though he had missed a big portion of his life at that point, “he and I became more than father and son, we were best friends”. He started writing and making music at the age of 17. And found he could express himself best through words on paper. Music became his outlet. He was doing very well for himself starting a music career until his father passed away. Chris lost all drive and dedication to make music after his death. Turning to drugs to mask the pain “I was feeling and had felt my entire life”. He was introduced to the game of selling drugs around that time as well. He thought started living the successful life, hustling lifestyle and being the next big Kingpin. At that point he was in and out of jail for various reasons and finally faced to do some hard time, for the first time ever. He missed important milestones in his son's life “and irreplaceable time with him, which I will never take for granted again life, is too short”. After I did my time, I told myself “I would never live that lifestyle again nor go back to jail, ever again”. He was determined to live the right way and make a legitimate income. Chris started working for the Union, making really great, legal money. Yet again, he faces another tragedy, his mother passed away from cancer. The next day he lost his unborn twins. After being dealt a rough hand of cards already, “legitimately thought I was going to lose my mind and go crazy”. One of his friends suggested he start writing music again. He realized it really was his release to let go of everything he experienced in life. That's when he wrote the song Long bumpy road. “I wanted to write music that would reach all ages, young or old, that would tell a story someone out there may be able to relate to”. After writing long bumpy road, things started to buzz. His name was being said, His video was being watched, Facebook was blowing up. He made the decision then, to go all in and “leave my job with the Union as a laborer, to live my dream and pursue my music career”. He started getting calls and messages to perform at local bars and events. With determination and the drive of a Mac truck, the sky is the limit.  From the moment everything started to take off. He has sold and continues to sell outrageous amounts of merchandise and albums as well as performing in front of thousands of people. “I have been blessed to be able to work in a multimillion dollar studio with credited producers, engineers and a hand full of national recording artists thus far”. Without the support of family, friends and fans, none of this would have been possible. I'm just a man chasing a dream, which just so happens to be coming true
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