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Steve Hunter - Live

Steve Hunter
Page added Jul 4, 2014 Updated Jul 11, 2014

Sydney electric bassist Steve Hunter has released 'Cosmos', a live album recorded at Venue 505.

Tracks in this feature

1. 'The Kingston Grin'
2. 'Love and Logic'
3. 'Cazador'
4. 'Habitat'
5. 'Let's Look'
6. 'Area 51'
7. 'So To Speak'

All compositions: Steve Hunter

In the band

Steve Hunter; electric bass
Matt Keegan; saxophones
Matt McMahon; acoustic and electric pianos
Andrew Gander; drums

CD: Cosmos (GSM001)


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Jul 10, 2014. 9:00pm - 10:00pm

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Artist Biography


Australian bassist Steve Hunter was born in 1960 and has had his own band in one form or another since 1978. A renowned virtuoso of the electric bass, he is also a prolific composer and song writer, with over 100 of his tunes / songs released on albums.

Along the way, he's played and / or recorded with many greats in all sorts of musical idoms... jazz and electric jazz particulalry.

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On Sep 6, 2016. 3:37pm
ABC Jazz said

Hi there, thanks for letting us know. Unfortunately Wikipedia automatically populates these bios, and are re-cached every 3 months or so... Should be fixed now.

On Sep 6, 2016. 2:07am
Anonymous said

The Biography is of the wrong Steve Hunter.

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