Tag Archives: Steve Hunter

STEVE HUNTER – Before The Lights Go Out

August 18, 2018

Deacon 2017 Proponent of six-string versatility opens his family album to display the variety of stunning portraits. It’s a poignant offering that’s all the stronger for the angle of these ten tracks. If found in the company of famous aficionados … Continue reading

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Steve Hunter To Issue A Bittersweet Album

September 24, 2017

A visionary when it comes to guitar – just ask Peter Gabriel or Alice Cooper, or listen to Lou Reed – there’s a sad twist to “Before The Lights Go Out”: the album that is releasing on September 25th, because … Continue reading

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Steve Hunter: search for a perfect pitch

October 13, 2014

For all his studio and onstage brilliance, Steve Hunter rarely appears on-screen, notable exclusion being a few Alice Cooper and Lou Reed full-length videos, and to see the guitarist play his own jazz-tinged creations has always been nigh on impossible … Continue reading

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Interview with STEVE HUNTER

October 13, 2014

October 2014 For all his studio and onstage brilliance, Steve Hunter rarely appears on-screen, notable exclusion being a few Alice Cooper and Lou Reed full-length videos, and to see the guitarist play his own jazz-tinged creations has always been nigh … Continue reading

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STEVE HUNTER – The Manhattan Blues Project

September 20, 2013

Deacon 2013 Squire to the stars gets his own stellar ensemble to light the night with urban neon. Those who know only by his service in the churches of Alice Cooper or Lou Reed criminally miss out on his solo … Continue reading

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