van hunt has a lot of history in music, but it has only ever been in the realm of pop.
He’s a man of the people, not the people of the world, but that’s what makes him so fascinating.
The singer and songwriter has played the piano, guitar, banjo and drums with his band Van Halen since the band’s formation in the late 1980s.
Van Hunt has never stopped being a pop star, and he’s never stopped singing about pop.
It’s a love-hate relationship that is only made more interesting by the fact that Van Hunt is also a big-band musician.
The two have made their own careers together, but Van Hunt’s influence extends far beyond the studio.
Van Halens hits are classics.
The band’s second album, 2003’s American Beauty, was one of the best albums of the decade.
In the years since, Van Hunt and Van Haleng have released five more albums, including 2011’s Van Hunt in Paradise, which reached Number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Van Houten is a different story.
He started out as a musician, but was a singer-songwriter before he started his career in the pop world.
His songs were often about life and death.
When Van Hunt died in 2010, his son and bandmates paid tribute to him in a song called “We Are Never Alone”.
It was a fitting tribute to the man who had helped shape Van Hunt.
He may have been an icon, but he wasn’t just a musician.
Van Hunter’s influence is all around Van Hunt, and that’s a powerful message that resonates with everyone.
Listen to Van Hunt on BBC One: Monday 3 October at 13:30 BST and Wednesday 4 October at 18:00 BST.