Ivy Jo Hunter Net Worth, Money

Ivy Jo Hunter Net Worth

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$33’000’000. *This information was provided by Ilyse, 32 years old. From Upson, Wisconsin
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1,84m.*This information was provided by Keith, 51 years old. Job: (Brass-Wind-Instrument Maker). From Doe Run, Missouri.
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61kg.**This information was provided by Cammi Timmer, 39 years old. Job: (Melter Operator). From Lauderdale, Mississippi.
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Ivy Jo Hunter information

Birth date and age[BOD]: 1940-08-28

Profession: Soundtrack
George Ivy Hunter (born August 28, 1940), known as Ivy Jo Hunter and sometimes credited as Ivy Hunter, is a former R&B songwriter, record producer and singer, most associated with his work for the Motown label in the 1960s.Raised in Detroit, Michigan, Hunter was trained in orchestral music—primarily trumpet and keyboards. After a stint in the United States Army, Hunter began performing as a singer in the proto-soul venues around Detroit, where he became friends with songwriter Hank Cosby. Cosby introduced him to Motowns first A&R man, William Mickey Stevenson. He played keyboards on Motown sessions before Stevenson began working with him as a songwriter. He became a principal in the Motown Records house band and began to write some of the most significant hits of the early Motown years. With Marvin Gaye and Stevenson, he cowrote the Martha and the Vandellas hit Dancing in the Street which, in the fall of 1964, provided an American counterpart to the British Invasion. Hunter also produced and wrote songs for Motown artists like The Marvelettes, The Temptations and Gaye, for whom he produced the Top 40 hit single You in 1968, and The Contours1964 hit, Can You Jerk Like Me.He continued to write, produce, serve as session musician and perform throughout the 1960s. As a vocalist he recorded a great deal of material with Motown during the 1960s, including demos of his own compositions, but nothing was released until 1970. In 1970, Motown issued an Ivy Jo single on their soon to be discontinued VIP label entitled I Remember When (Dedicated to Beverly). The following year another single on VIP was issued entitled Id Still Love You. An album was also planned with the title Ivy Jo is in this Bag, but was shelved. Shortly after this he left Motown.In 1970, he contributed to Funkadelics Mommy, Whats A Funkadelic? on that bands eponymous first album. He also co-produced an album for Wee Gee (William Howard), the former lead singer of The Dramatics. In 2009 he took part in celebrations to mark Motowns 50th anniversary.Hunter should not be confused with either blues singer and pianist Ivory Joe Hunter (1914–1974), or Motown pianist Joe Hunter who was leader of the labels houseband The Funk Brothers from 1959 to 1964.

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