Charlie Hunter

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Charlie Hunter
Charlie Hunter
Hunter at SPACE, Portland, Maine, February 25, 2006
Background info
Birthday/Birthplace (1967-05-23) May 23, 1967
Rhode Island, U.S.
Genre(s) Jazz, jazz fusion, acid jazz, funk
Profession(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar
Active Years 1990–present
Record Labels Blue Note, Ropeadope
Worked with Garage A Trois, Groundtruther, T. J. Kirk, Bobby Previte, Scott Amendola
Official Website

Charlie_Hunter’s Biography

After several years living in a community in Mendocino County, his family settled in Berkeley, California. Hunter graduated from Berkeley High School and took guitar lessons from Joe Satriani himself. At eighteen he moved to Paris. Back in the San Francisco Bay area, Hunter played the seven-string guitar and the organ in Michael Franti’s rap-politician group, The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy. In 1992, the group acted as an opening act for U2, in some concerts of the Zoo TV Tour.

Since his debut in 1993, with Charlie Hunter Trio (which included Dave Ellis on sax and Jay Lane on drums), Charlie Hunter has released seventeen albums. he was the founder of the group Garage A Trois, a jazz fusion band, with Stanton Moore and Skerik. He has collaborated with Bobby Previte for a project entitled “Groundtruther”. He has also recorded, and toured with Previte’s band, The Coalition of the Willing, in 2006. It also appears on bassist Christian McBride’s album, Live At Tonic. in both cases The Coalition of the Willing and Live at Tonic, he plays the 6-string guitar.

Charlie played during the 1990s in the band “T.J. Kirk”, reworking the music of Thelonious Monk, James Brown and Rahsaan Roland Kirk. The formation of 2T.J Kirk “was: Will Bernard and John Schott – guitars, Charlie Hunter – 8-string guitar, and Scott Amendola – drums, three albums were released: TJ Kirk (August 8, 1995), If Four Was One (September 24, 1996) and Talking Only Makes It Worse, released in 2005. Hunter also contributed three songs to D’Angelo’s album, Voodoo (2000), including “The Root.” Hunter highlighted these sessions as the most Stimulants who had lived.

In the summer of 2007, Charlie toured with a trio that included keyboardist Erik Deutsch and drummer Simon Lott. with this trio, he recorded the album Mistico (Fantasy Records, July, 2007). In 2008, Hunter self-published Baboon Strength.

In 2008, the clarinetist and composer Ben Goldberg promoted, together with hunter, a project entitled “Go Home”, which included Ron Miles (trumpet) and Scott Amendola (drums). The group was performing at the “Jazz Standard” in New York, from October 29 to November 1, 2009, with Curtis Fowlkes on the trombone, which replaced Miles.

Hunter was also one of the original members of the Independent Music Awards jury.

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