Ian Luther


Despite having a number of breaks to persue his career, Ian luther is on of the longest teachers we have had teaching our pupils at Hannah's Music.

Over the years Ian has taught many individual pupils as well as putting budding musicians into music groups to form bands.ian_luther_poster

Ian his self has extensive touring experience at home and abroad, playing everywhere from lively city venues to Glastonbury Festival.

Radio play has been equally varied, with live spots on BBC Radio 5 Live as well as numerous features on stations all across the UK.

TV appearances are typified by Ian's entertaining appearance with Patrick Kielty on Channel 4's Big Breakfast.

Many music followers will remember The Belgians and The Twist Devils for the great entertainment that they delivered. Between 1992 and 1996. The Twist Devils (Ian and Dave 'Celtic' Cox) played more than 200 venues a year across the UK with a unique act that combined exhilerating music with visual theatre.
In between times Ian has continued to write fresh, distinctive material. It doesn't come fresher or more distinctive than Cheek, an original comedy rock musical set on a building site. The album 'No Job Too Big Or Small' is the culmination of that period.

As new songs and re-recorded songs come out of the studio, Ian is playing around the UK and France as a live solo artist, and with special guest musicians.
The release of the album 'The Lonesome Busker' is the start of a special chapter, with many more chapters to come.