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The Horse’s MouthApril 5, 2017 Decidedly undecided weather. Danny G is happy we’re going back to the Winery. Phil Grant wants us back in Atlanta – me too. George Saadi: Stalking is a problem – a bit silly at my … Continue reading
New dates added! USA: Fri 02 Jun 2017 – Infinity Music Hall, Norfolk CT Tickets Sat 03 Jun 2017 – City Winery, New York NY Tickets Sun 04 Jun 2017 – City Winery, New York NY Tickets Scandanavia: Thu 08 … Continue reading
The Friday Night Rock Show featuring Ian Hunter airs the Friday (7 Apr 2017). Vintage TV is available on Sky 369, Freeview 82, Virgin 343, Freesat 505 and BT/TalkTalk 82. For full episodes and exclusive content, download the free Vintage … Continue reading
This Record Store Day, which takes place on the 22nd April, Proper Records will be releasing a limited edition exclusive 7″ gold vinyl single of Dandy taken from the latest album Fingers Crossed. Dandy is Hunter’s fond tribute to David … Continue reading
Ian Hunter and the Rant Band are confirmed for the Sweden Rock Festival 2017 on 8 June 2017.
RIP Richie Anderson, Mott the Hoople’s original one and only road tech (back in the day they were called roadies). At the beginning, all we had was Richie; he kept turning help down, until, eventually, Phil John appeared and Richie … Continue reading
The Horse’s MouthMarch 5, 2017 Here we go again! Lisa Meltzer: This would be entirely up to you. Larry Woodside: It will happen in coordination with gigs. Jeffrey: Frank Short was the leader of ‘The Apex’. Extremely managerial. I liked … Continue reading
The Horse’s MouthFebruary 2, 2017 And here we go again…… Erica W prefers originals to covers. Jeffrey: Don’t worry about the weather – it happens. Danny wants another album this year! I don’t! Sam Richards: Noting the death of Florida … Continue reading
2016 Ian Hunter tour merchandise is now available for purchase directly from this website via PayPal. All stock is extremely limited! Visit the tour merchandise page to order.
“Oh dear. My extremely eccentric, lovely mate – Peter Overend Watts – has left the building. Devastated.” – Ian Hunter