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Ian Hunter (born Ian Hunter Patterson on June 3, 1939 in Oswestry, Shropshire, England) was the lead singer of the band Mott the Hoople from 1969 until the band broke up in 1974. He has since worked as a solo artist.

Hunter began his musical career on the bass guitar. An early foray into music was as an entrant in a talent competition at one of Butlin's holiday camps, performing "Blue Moon" as part of a skiffle group with Colen… read more

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  • ЧУДНЕНЬКО !
  • Insanely low number of scoibbles for an artist of this stature and legacy. C'mon people! Ian Hunter = greatness.
  • Insanely low number of scoibbles for an artist of this stature and legacy. C'mon people! Ian Hunter = greatness.
  • Saw Ian Hunter with Devin Cuddy at Lee's Palace in Toronto last year. Great to see such a legend of rock live in an intimate venue. Devin Cuddy did a great job opening. Too bad the audience wouldn't shut up. Here are my thoughts, terrible pictures and great tunes: http://www.oneintenwords.com/2013/01/ian-thomas-at-lees-palace.html
  • Still going strong in 2013.... http://nigeyb.tumblr.com/post/45344228820/ian-hunter-ropetackle-centre-shoreham-sussex
  • Listening to Once Bitten, Twice Shy - first song I ever played live and it's still a cracking track! http://www.last.fm/music/Peter+Fearnley
  • Makes me fear getting old less. Been listening to him since the early 70's. Amazing he was born before WWII and is still a nazz and not a mere buzz.
  • I saw Ian Hunter in concert recently. He still puts on a great show.
  • по-моему люди вконец охуели, 216 тысяч прослушиваний...
  • Was at this guys gig tonight in Glasgow. It was fantastic & the man showed he still has it even at 71!

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