Hoot" Hester (born August 13, 1951, near Louisville, Kentucky, USA - died August 30, 2016) was an American country and bluegrass fiddle player, mandolin player, guitarist and songwriter. He began his career as a professional musician during the early 1970s with Bluegrass Alliance and The Whites. Upon relocating to Nashville in 1973, Hester found work backing Donna Fargo, Mel Tillis and Jerry Reed. On The Swingin' Side (LP).
Related Music albums to On The Swingin' Side by Hoot Hester. Knuckles" O'Toole (Mr. "Honky Tonk" Himself) And Orchestra - Honky Tonk Piano.
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Hoot" Hester (born August 13, 1951, near Louisville, Kentucky, USA - died August 30, 2016) was an American country and bluegrass fiddle player, mandolin player, guitarist and songwriter.
Album · 2005 · 13 Songs. On the Street Where You Live. 13 Songs, 30 Minutes.
After a seven-year hiatus, the band reformed in 2010 and have since released four more records. Johnny Peebucks and the Swingin' Utters began in Santa Cruz, California, later moving to San Francisco.
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Punk-Rock Swingin' Utters. Date de parution 2000. Labels Fat Wreck Chords. Style MusicalPunk-Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0. 1. Pills & Smoke. 3. Watching the Wayfarers. 5. Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? 6. Playboys, Punks, and Pretty Things.
Hester had played backup for a number of country music recording artists, among them Alabama, Hank Williams J. Conway Twitty, Randy Travis, Bill Monroe, and Ricky Van Shelton. He had also recorded with Manhattan Transfer and Ray Charles. Hester was the former fiddler and co-founder of a Nashville-based Western swing band, named the Time Jumpers. He appears on the band's debut album, On the Air.
|A1||King Of Western Swing|
|A4||Going Away Party|
|A5||Honky Tonks, Good Ole Gals & Hillbilly Bands|
|B2||Blues For Dixie|
|B3||A Little Bit Of Blue Grass|
|B4||Honky Tonk Blue|
|B5||You Sure Made It Rain On My Parade|
- Engineer – Doyle Grisham, Ronie Lite
- Producer – Doyle Grisham, Hoot Hester