From his 1973 solos on Alice Cooper’s “Billion Dollar Babies” album, his legendary acoustic work on Peter Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill,” his “Intro” to Lou Reed’s “Sweet Jane” and his searing opening solos on Aerosmith’s version of “Train Kept A Rolling” and even, more recently, on Alice Cooper’s 2017 album “Paranormal” making this his ninth Cooper album appearance, “The Deacon” is not done yet. in fact his life is evolving. Steve Hunter has honed skill, tone, power and sou and he has dished up a hot plate of guitar driven instrumental tastiness.”
D got a phone call from Arizona during Radio Memphis Around the World at 1:30 PM CT November 4th from guitar legend Steve Hunter to talk about his continual growth through music with his latest album, “Before the Lights Go Out”, what influenced him to get his start with guitar playing and more.
Did you miss it? Catch their conversation right here.
*Photo of Steve Hunter compliments of his Facebook profile page.