Music with Marty Duda
British rocker Ian Hunter led Mott The Hoople from 1969-1974. When the band split, due to Hunter's breakdown, he teamed up with guitarist Mick Ronson, the former Bowie sideman who had been a member of Mott briefly at the end. Ian Hunter made a string of acclaimed albums with and without Ronson from 1975 til the early '80s, writing rock hits like 'Once Bitten Twice Shy' and 'Cleveland Rocks'. At age 73, Hunter has just released his strongest album in decades, the hard-rocking and topical, 'When I'm President'.