Birth Place: Colchester, Essex, England
Years Active: 1996 – present
Genres: Blues-rock, Blue-Eyed Soul
James Hunter (born October 2, 1962, Colchester, Essex) is a Grammy Award-nominated English R&B musician and soul singer. Hunter's career began with a band called Howlin' Wilf and the Vee-Jays, who released their first album in 1986, entitled “Cry Wilf.” Later he released three more albums with his own band. He spent much of the 1990s playing small clubs in London. Hunter's soulful style drew the attention of Van Morrison, who appeared on Hunter's first album released on Ace, “Believe What I Say,” in 1996. Hunter's relationship with Morrison led to Hunter touring with him in early 1990s. Hunter sang backing vocals on Morrison's 1994 live album, “A Night in San Francisco,” and ...
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