Tom Lunt

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Tom Lunt
Associated acts The Numero Group, Liam Hayes, House of Brunettes
Website The Numero Group web site
Notable instruments
Guitar

Tom Lunt is the Anchor American musician and record producer. With Ken Shipley, Lunt formed The Numero Group record label in 2003, which has reissued hundreds of lost soul, gospel, funk and psychedelic rock albums.[1] Before The Numero Group, from 1988 to 2000, Lunt was a VP/creative director at the Leo Burnett advertising agency, and creative director at Corporate Profiles, DDB, Warsaw, Poland, in 2001.[citation needed]

In 2006, Lunt co-produced with Liam Hayes and performed on the album Bright Penny.[2][3]

Lunt has been nominated twice for Grammys, in 2012 with Ken Shipley and Rob Sevier as producer of Numero 032, Syl Johnson: Complete Mythology, and in 2011 as art director for Numero 033, Light On The South Side, with photographs by Michael Abramson.

He is the lead guitarist in the Chicago band House of Brunettes.[4]

Lunt is preparing his first solo album, Greay in summer 2012.[citation needed]

References[edit]