A fan web site dedicated to Ian Hunter and Mott the Hoople
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A few words from your webmaster...

Yep, that's a picture of me... OK, so it was taken around 1989 in a bar in St. Charles, IL. For a more recent picture of me, visit the photo gallery, specifically the May 3, 2001 pictures at the Hard Rock Cafe in Cleveland

Growing up in Cleveland during the late 1970's, I was exposed to Ian Hunter on a regular basis. Ian was working with Steve Popovich of Cleveland International Records who helped bring national attention to Meatloaf's Bat Out of Album and later, Ian's Your Never Alone With A Schizophrenic album. Ian seemed to always be playing at the Cleveland Agora. Oh, did I forget to mention "Cleveland Rocks"? You can't attend a sporting event in this city without hearing it played at least once during the game.

For as long as I can remember, I've always been a Mott the Hoople/Ian Hunter fan. I had all of the commercially available recordings, but I had no idea of the magnitude of other material that was circulating. A few years ago, I began a quest to locate a copy of Mott's Rest In Peace bootleg. I searched the net, found some great fan web sites, made a few inquiries and eventually located a copy of the album. Along the way, I met a lot of fans who shared the same interest in the music of Mott the Hoople and Ian Hunter. As a result, I have put together my web site to share with other fans throughout the world.

Thanks for visiting! 

The legal stuff...

This web site is in no way officially affiliated with any of the individuals or bands mentioned herein. It's simply a fan's web site produced for other fans. I have made every effort to credit photographs or credit the sources of other information, where that information is know. If you are a legitimate copyright holder and feel that something appears uncredited or appears contrary to the copyright, please contact me and I will do my best to comply within the confines of the copyright.


Contact me!

I love hearing from other Mott the Hoople and Ian Hunter fans throughout the world -- especially if you have rare recordings or collectibles. Most of the pictures found in the photo gallery have been donated by other fans. If you'd like to donate pictures, if you have any questions or comments regarding the website, if you discover a broken link or if something on the web site doesn't look quite right, please feel free to contact me

Copyright©2000-2001 Richard A. Manson


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