|Labels||Bloodshot Records,Anti- Records|
|Associated acts||Neko Case,Rock*A*Teens,|
In the 1990s, Hogan sang with The Jody Grind (with Bill Taft), singing on their full-lengths One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure (1990) and Lefty's Deceiver (1992). The group disbanded after two of its members were killed in a car crash. Following starring roles in the stage productions of Appalachian Christmas and The Dead Sea Scrolls and Other Chilling Tales of the Sea at Theatrical Outfit in Atlanta, she joined the Rock*A*Teens, appearing on their 1996 EP and the 1997 full-length Cry. Her debut solo record was released in 1996, which featured covers of songs by Will Oldham and Vic Chesnutt.
Hogan left the Rock*A*Teens after the release of Cry, and signed with Bloodshot Records, releasing two full-length albums in 2000-01. Among those appearing on the records were the Pine Valley Cosmonauts, Andrew Bird, and Edith Frost. In the 2000s she also collaborated with Neko Case, The Waco Brothers, The Minus 5, Nora O'Connor, The Wee Hairy Beasties, Silkworm, Drive-By Truckers and others. She appears as one of a handful of collaborators on the 2010 Mavis Staples release You Are Not Alone.
She lives in Evansville, Wisconsin, is employed as a full-time member of Neko Case's backing band, and works frequently on projects in Chicago between tours. From 1998 to 2008 Hogan worked as a bartender at The Hideout in Chicago. She also worked publicity for Bloodshot Records.
- Appalachian Christmas (Cast album) (Theatrical Outfit, 1994)
- A Whistle Only Dogs Can Hear (Long Play Records, 1996)
- Beneath the Country Underdog (Bloodshot Records, 2000)
- Because it Feel Good (Bloodshot Records, 2001)
- I Like To Keep Myself in Pain (ANTI-, 2012)
Acting career 
Hogan lent her voice to the season 5 episode "Sirens" of the animated series Aqua Teen Hunger Force, in which she (as The B.J.Queen) and Neko Case (Chrysanthemum) play Sirens who have taken former Philadelphia Phillies first baseman John Kruk (himself) captive for arcane sexual purposes.
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- January 30, 2008 5:14 PM (2008-01-30). "Neko Case collaborates with John Kruk - Eric R. Danton | Sound Check". Blogs.courant.com. Retrieved 2012-09-08.
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