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Ian Hunter

1917
Ian Hunter
Ian Hunter
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Ian Hunter is an English singer/songwriter that has been producing and performing rock music since 1958. He rose to fame as the lead singer of band Mott the Hoople, which e fronted for the duration of its existence from 1969 to 1974 when the band dissolved and he once again resumed a solo career. He carried the loyal fan base he earned during his years with Mott the Hoople into his own endeavors, ensuring that his eponymous debut solo album earned widespread acclaim when it was released in 1975. He has since penned several songs that would go on to become smash hits, including Barry Manilow's version of "Ships," and the Presidents of the United States of America's rendition of "Cleveland Rocks." As Hunter transitioned into the 2000s, his commercial appeal slowly declined but his true to form rock sound never faltered.
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Cleveland Rocks
Cleveland Rocks
Cleveland Rocks
Ian Hunter
Once Bitten Twice Shy
Once Bitten Twice Shy
Ian Hunter
Ian Hunter/Mick Ronson-American Music
Ian Hunter/Mick Ronson-American Music
Ian Hunter
Joe Elliot's Down 'N' Outz ft. Ian Hunter - All The Young Dudes
Joe Elliot's Down 'N' Outz ft. Ian Hunter - All The Young Dudes
Ian Hunter
Ian Hunter: 'All the Way from Memphis' LIVE
Ian Hunter: 'All the Way from Memphis' LIVE
Ian Hunter
IAN HUNTER + THE RANT BAND - 'ONCE BITTEN, TWICE SHY'
IAN HUNTER + THE RANT BAND - 'ONCE BITTEN, TWICE SHY'
Ian Hunter
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