Born in Texas to a musical family, Perrin came of age during the 90’s blues revival where his biggest influences were Jimmie Vaughan and Billy Gibbons. He became very interested in regional country music by artists such as Junior Brown, Don Walser and The Hollisters. After living in New York for a while, he moved to Los Angeles and joined The John Fogerty Band. Today, Perrin works as a band leader, session musician, and film composer.
When performing in a solo setting, Perrin combines instrumental fingerstyle guitar with original songs.
It comes as no surprise that Hunter Perrin spent time as a member of John Fogerty’s band. He has distilled the elements of rockabilly and rock ’n’ roll into a new album that delivers 10 songs in 23 minutes of American music that thrills and avoids excess fat.—Stephen Rapid lonesomehighway.com