Steve Hunter- The Manhattan Blues Project EPK





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Published on Mar 27, 2013

Steve talks about his new album 'The Manhattan Blues Project'

Sometimes called ‘The Deacon’, Steve Hunter is an American guitarist best known for his collaborations with Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed and Alice Cooper. Hunter has played some of the greatest riffs in rock history: The opening solo on Aerosmith's ‘Train Kept A Rollin' and Alice Cooper's ‘Cold Ethyl’. The acoustic intro on Peter Gabriel's ‘Solsbury Hill’ and he also wrote the legendary ‘Intro’ on Lou Reed’s live version of Sweet Jane (1973). Other album/tour contributions have been with Tracy Chapman, Jack Bruce, Bette Midler, Dr John, Julian Lennon, Glen Campbell and David Lee Roth.

You can find out more about Steve Hunter here... http://www.stevehunter.com
You can buy Steve's CD's here.... http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/stevehunter3


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