Music is the Soundtrack to Life

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Well Done, Susie

I am very proud of my wife, she started her website about 10 years ago, as a way to share stories of our lives and her recipes so that friends and family could make the dishes that she had… Continue Reading →

Christmas Angels

Christmas is drawing closer in a matter of days it will have come and gone. It is so sad that this period passes so quickly. These are difficult times for sure, there is so much uncertainty. It is hard to… Continue Reading →

Living This Way – Promo

This is a really short post, it is the end of a long day and my wife is working nights again. I have done a little bit of work on my song Wishes Do, and the sentiment hasn’t changed in… Continue Reading →

On Spotify

I am working hard to build up more of a presence on Spotify, back in 2018 I started to release my songs on Spotify as John Hunter, but unfortunately I am not the only John Hunter on Spotify. This made… Continue Reading →

It’s Alive

I can’t believe that this synth has been with me for over 30 years. I bought the Korg M1R when I got my record deal with BMG Records and it is still with me. I have been working on a song “Man With A… Continue Reading →

Struggling to get my head around the passing of friends

This week has been hard. I feel that my world is disintegrating. I have lost a colleague at work, friend’s talented brother and all around me; there is a spectre of death. Oh great! Mortality is so fleeting. One day… Continue Reading →

A Scottish Adventure – Part 2

We woke up to a beautiful view the loch was like glass and I rushed out to take these photos. The stunning views are one thing that love about Scotland, I never tire of them. I could just sit there… Continue Reading →

Looking for fun

It takes forever for me to get things done; it is just the pressure of.. well life! I have got a week away from it all, so hopefully I can make some ground on the many songs that still are… Continue Reading →

A Scottish Adverture – Part 1

I have just returned from holiday in Scotland. We stayed at two fantastic locations and were rewarded with some amazing photos of our week away. My wife tells me that her heart belongs to Scotland, she loves walking the highlands… Continue Reading →

My first bass guitar

It has been a long time since I had the opportunity to work with a good bass player. The last bass player that I recorded and performed with was Tony Stewart, he was great to work with and if things had… Continue Reading →

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