Blind Faith is Rory Hoffman's first album, recorded in Nashville, tn in 2000. It is an instrumental collection of Gospel Hymns, featuring Rory's dazzling guitar and piano, backed by Nashville's best studio musicians. Rory's propensity for music manifested itself at an early age. His sister's claim he devised a method of cooing to himself in time with music when he was less than a year old. There are family recordings of him at age three drumming with spoons on ice cream buckets and tin pie plates. By age five, he was the official drummer in his family's band, 'Roland Hoffman and the Believers.' As his younger brother started taking an interest in drums, Rory naturally moved on to figure out every other instrument in the house. His dad played guitar and his sisters were pianists, so those instruments became his main targets. Since then, his horizons have expanded to where he now commands a stunning arsenal of over fourteen instruments.