Hunter Muskett *

Hunter Muskett *

12th November 2018

In 1969 Chris George, Terry Hiscock and Doug Morter formed Hunter Muskett whilst still at college. The band was lucky in having access to the clubs and colleges of London, including The Marquee and The Troubadour where they were finally spotted. Following the release of the first album in late 1970 bass-player Rog Trevitt completed the line-up. With their studies finished the new four-piece finally went on the road full-time and toured continuously in the UK and on the continent for the next three years. Thirty odd years later the band met up again with new dates, new songs and another album That Was Then, This Is Now. A fine group of musicians and songwriters, laid back vocals drift round some wonderful guitar work, definitely worth catching live.

‘This is one band that doesn’t have to stand on past glories’


Stan Harvey
Stan performs American Folk and Country both old and new, drawing on the best from the song writers of the ‘40s and 50’s (Woody Guthrie, Jack Elliott), right up to the present day (Tod Snider, Guy Clark). He accompanies himself on guitar but always chooses songs that stand up on their own without fancy instrumentation. “I like to let the song do the work. A good melodic song with strong vocals is what people remember most.” Stan has been a semi-regular performer at the club over the years with groups such as Trilogy, Jugfolk and Economy Seven while at the same time playing in several Rock, Pop and Country bands during a busy fifty-year musical career.

Tickets £12 / £11 concessions.
Doors open 7.45pm.

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