David Hungate

Real Name:William David Hungate

American bassist, born August 5, 1948 Troy, Missouri. Noted as a member of Los Angeles pop-rock band Toto from 1977-1982. Boz Scaggs's "Silk Degrees" album of 1976 included Hungate and several other future members of Toto. Hungate's tracks featured the "hook" popping bassline on the single "Lowdown," and the lyrical bass fills on "Harbor Lights" and "We're All Alone." Since 1982 he has worked as a session musician in Nashville and has worked with Greg Lake, Bryan Adams, Dolly Parton, Rosanne Cash and Melissa Manchester among others. Hungate also plays guitar, saxophone and trombone and has produced and recorded with several country artists.

He has performed on hundreds of albums, movie scores, TV shows and commercials and has won four Grammys for his work with Toto and Chet Atkins. David Hungate along with the other members of Toto inducted into the Musicians' Hall of Fame in Nashville in 2009. , Wikipedia
Aliases:Ed Hudu, Hungus Hudu
In Groups:Mecca (6), Rake And The Surftones, The Willie Burgundy Five, Toto
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