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Huhn Huhn is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Charlie Huhn In 1988 former Humble Pie and Fastway drummer Jerry Shirley organized a new version of Humble Pie in which he would be the group's leader and only original member. He hired Huhn as the group's lead singer, which worked quite well as the band's original vocalist Steve Marriott and Huhn both had very similar vocal styles. Humble Pie Featuring Jerry Shirley was based in Cleveland, Ohio, where Shirley worked as a DJ at a classic rock radio station. Huhn and Shirley were the mainstays in the band, and together with numerous rotating musicians performed Humble Pie music regularly all over the United States for the next ten years. No official recordings with Huhn as the band's singer were ever released, although the group was broadcast live on special radio concerts on several occasions, and bootlegs of those performances do exist. During the latter part of the 1990s, Jerry Shirley developed a string of legal problems and moved back to his native England, taking the Humble Pie name with him. Huhn ended his longtime stint with Shirley in 1999.
Charlie Huhn Between 1993 and 1995, Charlie Huhn fronted Michigan band No Mercy with Brownsville Station's Michael Lutz on bass, Ted Nugent, Blackfoot drummer Gunner Ross and Scotty Anderson on lead guitar. Huhn and Ross had also played together in the Detroit band The Almighty Strut in the early '80's.
Charlie Huhn Since 2000, Charlie Huhn has been the lead vocalist for another classic rock act, Foghat. Original Foghat vocalist Dave Peverett died of cancer in 2000, and the band's remaining members wanted to continue performing. Huhn accepted the band's offer to join. Aside from his vocal duties, Huhn also plays guitar. Although Bryan Bassett (formerly of Wild Cherry and Molly Hatchet) handled most of the lead guitar work, Huhn provided steady rhythms and played some solos as well. Since joining Foghat, Huhn has recorded two studio releases, "Family Joules" (2002) and "Last Train Home" (2010), and a pair of live CDs, "Foghat Live II" (2007), a double disc collection featuring the band's greatest hits, and "Live at the Blues Warehouse", originally a live session for DJ Mark Klein’s weekly ‘Long Island Blues Warehouse Radio Show’. Huhn can also be seen on two DVD releases, 2005's "Official Bootleg DVD - Vol. 1 (2002 - 2004)", and "Live in St. Pete", issued in December 2013.
Charlie Huhn After leaving Ted Nugent, Huhn worked briefly with Irish guitar legend Gary Moore on his album "Dirty Fingers", toured with Moore for some gigs in August 1982. He would leave to pursue an offer from Geffen Records to write songs with future Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin and to put a band together with bassist Mark Andes and drummer Frankie Banali. The group recorded demos but nothing came of it.
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Klaus Huhn Klaus Huhn (24 February 1928 – 20 January 2017) was a German sports journalist, writer and sports administrator. Huhn worked for the East German mass-market daily newspaper, "Neues Deutschland", and was chairman of the Sports Journalists Sub-Association within that country's important Union of Journalists.
Franziska Huhn Franziska Huhn was born in Berlin, Germany in 1977. She began with harp playing at the age of nine. When she was 14, she won the prestigious German prize "Jugend musiziert". On a fellowship, she studied at University of Boston with Lucile Lawrence and graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree. She continued her studies with Ann Hobson Pilot at the New England Conservatory and earned a master's degree in harp performance. In 2005, she was awarded the Artist's Diploma as the first ever harpist by the conservatory.
Charlie Huhn Born in 1951 in Portland, Oregon, Charlie Huhn moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan at the age of four when he began his music career. He started with piano and voice lessons, and soon after taught himself the guitar. He began performing in rock bands in 1967, initially with Cirrus, composed of high school friends; in 1973, he performed in Tanglewood, a full time successful mid-west bar band. In 1975, after graduating from Michigan State with a Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences, he then played with longtime friend and drummer, Vic Amato for two and one half years, before auditioning for Ted Nugent. He came to prominence when he joined Ted Nugent's band in 1978. Huhn replaced band member Derek St. Holmes, and was thrust immediately into the spotlight. At the time Charlie joined Ted Nugent, it was one of the hottest acts in the world.
Emil Huhn Emil Hugo "Hap" Huhn (March 10, 1892 in North Vernon, Indiana, United States – September 5, 1925 in Camden, South Carolina, United States) was a right-handed Major League Baseball first baseman and catcher who played for the Federal League's Newark Pepper in 1915 and for the Cincinnati Reds in 1916 and 1917. He died at the age of 33 in a car crash.