Singer-songwriter Ian Hunter is famous for his career with rock band Mott the Hoople, but now he's back on the road and
coming to a venue near you with his own material. Hunter's rock bonafides include hit songs like "Cleveland Rocks" and "Once
Bitten, Twice Shy." Hunter will be making stops across the country this year, so pick up concert
tickets for tour dates closest to you.
Hunter was playing in bands throughout the '50s and '60s before becoming the lead singer of Mott the Hoople, the band that
he would become best identified with. With almost two decades of experience by 1969, when the band formed, he was a talented
frontman, and became known for his signature look: He always arrived on stage with dark shades obscuring his eyes. Grab concert
tickets for his upcoming performances up above.
Mott The Hoople earned a great deal of critical acclaim, but struggled to find a foothold on the charts. It was ultimately
up to an up and coming glam rocker named David Bowie to save them. Bowie wrote "All The Young Dudes," the hit track the band
would be known for. That said, Hunter has plenty of his own material to share with audiences. Look up above to see when and
where he will be during this current tour.
Ready to get out to a show? There are rock
tickets available for just about any artist you could want to see. Ian Hunter is coming to your city in the near future,
so secure your tickets now and make sure you get a good seat!