In December, 1977, Mrs. Hoge received the first B.A. degree in Audio Production awarded by Indiana University. She moved to Nashville in the autumn of 1978 and began working as a recording engineer.
I reached into our old collection of vinyl and found this which was one of her first gold album credits. It’s John Hartford’s You and Me at Home album which was recorded in 1979 at The Sound Shop in Nashville.In Nashville and on the road Mrs. Hoge recorded a wide range of acts, including Ricky Skaggs, Stella Parton, Leon Russell, Leo Kottke, Jimmy Buffett, Dizzy Gillespie, Weather Report, the Chamber Society of Lincoln Center, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She decided to leave the music business when we moved to Southern California.
UPDATE—Here are couple of the albums Mrs. Hoge worked on that are available on Amazon.