THE HUNTERS STORY
The Hunters story began way back in 2005 when British producer and musician Brother John met singer and songwriter Sister Chain in Berlin. The duo started travelling Europe, bringing country to the city folk of London, Paris and Brussels, with heart melting duets by musical couples such as Johnny Cash & June Carter, Dolly Parton & Porter Wagoner, Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, George Jones & Tammy Wynette and many more.
Since then they have performed in numerous festivals and venues world wide and have been joined on stage and in the studio by superb musicians such as Gidi Lynn Farhi (Double Bass), Big Daddy Mugglestone (drums), and pedal steel wizard Johnny Colby, who are all featured in their albums, as well as guests such as violinist Thommy Kletch, Two Dollar Bash members Mat de Harp and Joe Armstrong, musician and song writer Kathy Freeman and many other great musical friends.
With time they started adding original songs to their extensive repertoire of classics and are currently working on a new album of home grown honkytonk songs.
In their live shows The Hunters present a varied program of country & western thrills: from the singing cowboys of the 30ies through the golden age of 50ies honkytonk and down to nudie suit era of the 70ies. It's a fresh blend of old time country with a shot of blues, a dash of rock n roll and a sprinkle of western swing all wrapped up in a vaudevillian presentation.
The Hunters current line-up features Joe Armstrong (bass guitar, left) and Sam Dale (mandolin and harmonica, right).
From the Press:
"“marvelous old fashioned music”
The Western Mail
“The Hunters find with their music their very own approach to the roots of country"
“Each song was met with much applause from the rapt, attentive audience… after two one hour sets ended a visually and sonically beautiful evening of wonderful country music”
The Western Mail
“Country music with charm and passion is the trademark of The Hunters”
Kiez und Kneipe
"a thrilling evening with The Hunters"
Along with convincingly presented country classics they served the audience blues, jazz and rock n roll numbers and enthused them with original interpretations of rock history”
(Kiez und Kneipe)