With thanks to Andy

Welcome to the Hunter Muskett website.

Formed in 1968 and still going strong, Hunter Muskett are:

  • Terry Hiscock - acoustic and electric guitars, slide guitar, piano, vocals
  • Doug Morter - acoustic and electric guitars, vocals
  • Rog Trevitt - bass guitar, mandolin, vocals


Spring Tour

Another tour completed, this time including three venues entirely new to the band and excellent audiences everywhere. Alongside the many new faces to greet it was great to see a some old friends again. As usual the odd 'blast from the past' - this time in meeting Chris who lived in the farmhouse near Peterborough where we stayed in the 70s.
In between gigs we spent four days back in Limefield Studio, Middleton with Will Faulkner and John Ellis at the controls and Paul Burgess in the drum booth. A new recording finally underway - we hope to push on with it when we visit Denmark again in the summer.

 Muskett CD released in Japan

Our 1973 album Hunter Muskett has been re-released in Japan by Air Mail Recordings of Tokyo. The CD using the original 70s artwork features 12 tracks: the original nine tracks, the John Blair single and, for the first time since the 1970s, the two tracks from 'Bradleys live at the Marquee'.

Muskett in WH Smith

Michael Bjorn’s article on the band is now available in ‘Shindig’ magazine issue #133. The article, to be found under the ‘The Vinyl Clicks’ section, covers Muskett in the Bradleys era and includes the photo of the band performing at the Festival Hall London in, 1973.  Shindig magazine is available on the shelves of all good news-agents.

Tending the Pale Bloom – on-line interview

Texas retrospective website ‘Tending the Pale Bloom’ approached the band for an on-line interview on the Hunter Muskett story. For those with an hour and a half to spare Roger’s exhaustive (not to say exhausting) conversation with Greg Chance is now available on:
Muskett interview – Tending the Pale Bloom

The French Connection
Bradley’s CD to coincide with Keith Relf Biography

A Heart Full of Soul: The Life of the Yardbird’s Keith Relf written by US author David French and published by McFarland Books is now available in the UK.  This is the first full biography of the singer and harmonica player.

As Keith produced our 1973 album ‘Hunter Muskett’ David asked us to help him with a few memories from those times, both in the studio and later on tour with the Bradley’s Roadshow. Sadly we were unable to provide a photo of us with Keith (as far as we know none were taken), but David has kindly included the album sleeve in his book.

Many thanks to Yardbird expert Josh Cicek who also helped with the book. Josh contacted us from Australia with some Muskett tracks copied from Keith’s personal tapes – including an alternative version of Laze Around All Day.

The Hunter Muskett CD re-released to coincide with the book is now sold out.

Leave It With Mine – Archie Fisher

After performing Terry’s song ‘Leave It With Mine’ at the Edinburgh Fringe, Archie Fisher has now released a live version. It appears on the CD ‘The Best Times After All’ recorded in Canada by Archie along with Garnett Rogers. There is also a projected studio version in the pipeline. This is in keeping with Archie’s habit of recording Terry’s songs twice – he recorded two versions of ‘Silver Coin’ some years ago.

Terry's solo CD – Falling More Slowly

All but two of the songs are Hiscock originals and Terry plays the instruments himself with just a little help from Tom Leary on fiddle. Noel Gander and Gayna Taylor contribute vocals and John Ellis, who did Muskett's 'That Was Then This Is Now' CD, engineered at his Limefield Studio.
We could tell you how good it is but why not read an impartial review in FATEA on-line magazine Terry Hiscock CD review?
Copies of the CD are available by contacting Terry's website or by going to one of his solo gigs also listed on the site (assuming he remembers to take them along).

Still Unafraid and Sober

Copies of our comeback CDs – ‘Unafraid and Sober’ and ‘That Was Then This Is Now’ are still available from this site.
The band’s debut album ‘Every Time You Move’ remains, for the moment, unavailable.

As always, if you would like to get in touch do feel free to use our e-mail link on the ‘Contact Us’ page

Best Wishes

Hunter Muskett

Live Dates

Hunter Muskett FULL BAND Dates



Fri 6 – Mon 9   The Great British Folk Festival, Butlins, Ingoldmells, Skegness PE25 1NJ
Hunter Muskett to appear on Saturday evening (7th January)


Thur 20 Black Swan Folk Club Peasholme Green, York, YO1 7PR
Fri 21 North Ferriby Village Hall, 50 Church Road, North Ferriby, East Yorkshire, HU14 3AA
Thurs 27 Darlington Folk Acoustic Club, The Copper Beech, Neasham Road, Darlington, DL1 4DH
Fri 28 Zeffirellis Jazz Bar, 2 Compston Road, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 9DJ


Tues 18 Bølgen, Havn, Svendborg, Funen, Denmark
Thur 20 Svendborg Forsamlingshus, Lundevej 2, Svendborg, Funen, Denmark
Fri 21 TBC, Denmark
Sat 22 Private Party, Stenstrup, Funen, Denmark


Sat 19 Foyer Folk at No 8, Number 8 High Street, Pershore, Worcestershire WR10 1BG


Tues 14 The Hoy at Anchor Folk Club, The Estuary Club, 1386 London Road, Leigh on Sea, Essex
Wed 15 The Lamb Folk Club, The Lamb Inn, High Street, Eastbourne BN21 
Thur 16 Wivenhoe Folk Club, Royal British Legion, The Quay, Wivenhoe, Essex CO7 9BX
Sun 19 Twickfolk, The Cabbage Patch Pub, 67 London Road, Twickenham, Middx. TW1 3SZ
Thur 23 Orpington Folk Club, Farnborough Social Club, 6 Pleasant View Place, Via Farrow Fields, Farnborough Village, Kent BR6 7BL
Thur 30 Loughton Folk Club, The Loughton Club, 8 Station Road, Loughton IG10 4NX


Fri 1St Edith Folk, Otford Memorial Hall, 28A High Street, Otford, Kent TN14 5PQ

If anyone out there would like to book us , or if you know someone who might, then please get in touch.

Terry’s Solo/Duo dates:

Please go to Terry’s Website  for a full listing

Available CDs

Hunter Muskett

Hunter Muskett Sold Out

Unafraid and Sober £12, P+P £1.50

Unafraid and Sober

That was Then, This is Now £10, P+P £1.50

That was then this is now album cover

Choose a CD

Zen and Meow

That was Zen this is Meow

With thanks to John Lamb for his reinterpretation....