Back in the mists of time, singer and songwriter Terry Hiscock together with Chris George,
Doug Morter and Roger Trevitt formed the legendary folk/rock band Hunter Muskett, playing alongside Fotheringay, Fairport, Pentangle and Steeleye Span.
Starting out in south east London where the four met as students, they soon acquired a nationwide following and toured at home and abroad before signing to DECCA for the release of their first album, 'Every time You Move'. Shortly after, the band teamed up with Keith Relf of The Yardbirds to release their second album of original songs and continued to play numerous folk clubs
up and down the land.
After major festival appearances and a hugely successful UK wide concert tour with Ralph McTell, the band went their separate ways but later reformed when Cherry Red released the albums on CD.
Minus hair and flares, older but no wiser, Hunter Muskett now tour every Spring and Autumn
in addition to festival appearances in the Summer. In those intervening years, further original songs emerged providing material for two more critically acclaimed albums, but the earlier vinyl records appear ever popular with today's audiences and continue to attract attention from the music press:
“… a quintessentially English folk record that has waited a long time for the audience it deserves.
"Highly recommended” (Record Collector Magazine)