Steve Hunter has been contributing his expertise, style and tone to other people's albums for over 40 years. Starting with Mitch Ryder in 1971 and moving on to record and or tour with Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Julian Lennon, Bette Midler and Tracy Chapman to name a few.
He has had a longstanding working relationship and friendship with legendary record producer Bob Ezrin since those early albums, which continues today. From unforgettable tracks such as 'Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel), 'Train Kept Rolling' (Aerosmith) and 'Intro to Sweet Jane' (Lou Reed) Steve's work has spanned four decades. Dedicating his life to music despite dealing with the degenerative eye disease Pigmentary Glaucoma.
He has recorded four albums under his own name: 'Swept Away' 'The Deacon' 'Short Stories' and Hymns For Guitar'. The latter two can be currently found on most major online stores including iTunes and www.cdbaby.com.
Most recently Steve has featured heavily on the new Alice Cooper album 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare' a successor to the hugely successful 'Welcome To My Nightmare' released in 1975 and completed a world tour with Alice in 2011.
He is now back at home working on his new solo album and has just released an instrumental version of Marvin Gaye's 'What's Going On' as a taster track via download on iTunes and CDbaby.com.
He is also continuing to record on other artists album sessions so watch this site for news.
Steve lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Karen.